To be eligible to take an Alberta road test, you must meet the eligibility requirements. Issues that may affect your eligibility include:
- Reinstatement Conditions
- Age Restrictions
- For Class 6 tests: To be eligible, you must have held at least a Class 7 learner’s licence for a minimum of one continuous year, and be at least 16 years of age.
- Dates of Eligibility
- Unpaid Fines
- Medical Conditions
- Parent/Guardian Consent
- Proper Documentation (Insurance, Registration, etc)
- Condition codes
- If you have a condition code on your operator’s licence that requires you to take periodic road test examinations required by driver fitness monitoring, you may not be eligible to book online. Please contact the registry where you plan on taking your test before you book online.
- If you are taking your road test at the request of a physician, you may not be eligible to book online. Please contact the registry where you plan on taking your road test before you book online.
- You must hold a valid Alberta Operator’s Licence to be eligible for any road tests, regardless of the class. If you have an operator’s licence from another province or state, you must transfer your non-Alberta operator’s licence to the Alberta equivalent before you can take your road test. Failure to comply could result in the forfeiture of all fees related to your road test. For more details and inquiries, please contact Registrations Are Us.
If there is any doubt to your eligibility status, please contact the registry location where you plan to take your test and confirm your eligibility status before you reserve online.
If an Alberta Registry Agent determines that you are not eligible to take your road test or you are unable to obtain a test permit for any reason, all fees paid will be forfeited.