Class 4 – 2

Class 4 driving license

We have compiled a comprehensive guide on obtaining a Class 4 driving license in British Columbia, which will provide you with all the information you need to know in order to successfully obtain your license. We understand that obtaining a Class 4 driving license can be a daunting task, which is why we have created this guide to make the process as simple and stress-free as possible.

Requirements for a Class 4 License in British Columbia

To obtain a Class 4 license in British Columbia, you must meet certain requirements. These requirements include:

  1. Age: You must be at least 19 years old to obtain a Class 4 license.
  2. Valid BC driver’s license: You must have a valid BC driver’s license of any class.
  3. Medical exam: You must pass a medical exam conducted by a licensed medical practitioner.
  4. Criminal record check: You must undergo a criminal record check, which can be obtained through your local police department.
  5. Knowledge test: You must pass a knowledge test, which covers topics such as driving laws, road signs, and safe driving practices.
  6. Road test: You must pass a road test, which assesses your driving skills and ability to operate a vehicle safely.

How to Obtain a Class 4 License in British Columbia

  1. Schedule a medical exam: Before you can take the knowledge test, you must pass a medical exam. You can schedule a medical exam with a licensed medical practitioner.
  2. Study for the knowledge test: Once you have passed the medical exam, you can start studying for the knowledge test. The knowledge test covers topics such as driving laws, road signs, and safe driving practices. You can find study materials online or at your local driver licensing office.
  3. Take the knowledge test: Once you feel prepared, you can take the knowledge test at your local driver licensing office. You must pass the test in order to proceed to the road test.
  4. Schedule a road test: After passing the knowledge test, you can schedule a road test. The road test assesses your driving skills and ability to operate a vehicle safely. You can schedule the road test through your local driver licensing office.
  5. Pass the road test: If you pass the road test, you will be issued a Class 4 driver’s license.

Class 4 License Endorsements

Once you have obtained a Class 4 license, you can apply for endorsements, which allow you to operate specific types of vehicles. Endorsements include:

  1. Ambulance: This endorsement allows you to operate an ambulance.
  2. Taxi: This endorsement allows you to operate a taxi or limousine.
  3. Shuttle: This endorsement allows you to operate a shuttle bus.
  4. School bus: This endorsement allows you to operate a school bus.

Conclusion

Obtaining a Class 4 driving license in British Columbia can be a complex process, but with our comprehensive guide, we hope to make the process as simple and stress-free as possible. By following the steps outlined in this guide, you will be well on your way to obtaining your Class 4 license and driving safely on BC roads.

FACTS

  • In one out of every four fatal car accidents, the victim was not restrained.
  • While other injuries are also frequent, soft tissue injuries like whiplash account for over 70% of those hurt in crashes. According to a research conducted in seven Canadian provinces, 53% of drivers had head restraints that were so incorrectly positioned that they would not have protected them in a rear-end crash.
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Class 4-Part 2

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Vehicles that are required to stop at all uncontrolled railway crossings

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Avoid lane change in

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For Bus, truck, heavy vehicle – following distance should be –

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If your vehicle has a fuel leak, a peace officer may order ……… out of service until leak is repaired.

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Fatigue can be removed by-

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Fatigue occurs by

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You must allow at least ……. between you breastbone and the airbag unit

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If you feel dizzy or drowsy while driving, what should you do-

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When parked in the dark, commercial vehicle must have a minimum how many warning devices

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Tires are defective if they have tread damage longer than

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Chance of hydroplaning is greater in

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Check the tire pressure when tires are

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Switch your lights from high beam to low beam at least-

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Most headlights illuminate highway for only –

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To help prevent a collision with an animal, which clue is excluded

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Do not park vehicle within …….. of the railway crossing.

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The maximum speed in an alley is

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Governors/speed controllers regulates

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To keep normal r.p.m., the transmission should be shifted according to the engine’s

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When you turn to the left, where should your vehicle’s front wheel

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When you turn to the right, where should your vehicle’s front wheel

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Tires in poor condition provide –

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While approaching the curve –

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When you brake, which force tries you to keep your vehicle moving?

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While going down a hill –

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Retarder is more efficient at –

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Brake failure occurs when temperature goes to

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How much heat can brakes deal-

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Drivers of trucks, buses should keep minimum-

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