Preparing for the ICBC Knowledge Test
What to expect and how to prepare for your ICBC L Test.
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If you are just starting out, the first thing you need to do is learn the rules of the road.
The best way to do this is to head on over to your local driver licensing office and request your very own Learn to Drive Smart Book.
Too much trouble?
No problem. You can also find the online and PDF versions here.
Would you rather learn on your iPhone? Here's the ICBC licensing mobile practice knowledge test app.
You've read the book cover-to-cover and are pretty sure you're going to pass. Try taking the ICBC practice test here.
Try this one as well from the Richmond Public Library.
Aced that one too? Wow, you must really be ready for the real test!
But wait! Are you under 19? If so, you need to get written consent from your legal guardian.
Or just have them show up with you to the licensing office.
Last but not least, don't forget to take money for the knowledge test and the licensing fee. How much exactly? It's listed here under the Knowledge Tests & Learner's Licenses.
For the most up-to-date information on all this, head on over to the ICBC website.
When taking the test, read the questions carefully. You can also skip a question if you need to.
Congratulations! Something tells me you have passed with flying colors.
Now that you have your learner's licence, you can practice driving. If it's a possibility, try to schedule some driving time with a family member, relative, or a friend.
Remember though, they must:
- have their class 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 licence.
- be over the age of 25.
In addition, it is highly recommended that you supplement your practice with one-on-one driving lessons from a professional driving school. The benefit of this is that they can fill in many of the knowledge gaps that may otherwise not be addressed by your co-ed driver at home.
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