Class 4 -3

Class 4 driver’s license

We are happy to provide you this comprehensive guide on getting a Class 4 driver’s licence in British Columbia.

Road Test Categories

For your road test, it is important to provide an appropriate vehicle that meets the required safety standards and has valid registration, license, and insurance papers. The vehicle must also be representative of the license class you are testing for. Here are some typical vehicles that are accepted for road tests based on license class:

  • Class 4 (restricted): any car or pickup truck
  • Class 4 (unrestricted): a full-sized passenger van or small school bus with a seating capacity of at least 11 adults
  • Class 3: a large tandem or tridem rear axle truck such as a moving van or dump truck
  • Class 2: a large bus with a seating capacity of at least 36 adults or a bus with a seating capacity of 25-34 adults (excluding the driver). Restriction 51 “CL2 max 34 pass. Capacity” will be added.
  • Class 1: a loaded tandem or tridem rear axle tractor-trailer combination with air brakes and an on-road loaded weight of at least 28,000 kg. The semi-trailer must be at least 13 meters long (7.5 meters if pintle hitch trailer).
  • Heavy trailer endorsement (code 20): a loaded truck and trailer combination without air brakes. The trailer, along with its load, must weigh at least 4,600 kg.

Driving Facts

  1. Correct use of a kid safety seat can cut the risk of fatality and serious injury by 67% and 71%, respectively. In order to avoid a citation and penalties, it is your duty as the driver to make sure that kids are buckled into the proper child safety seat.
  2. In British Columbia, intersections are the scene of nearly 60% of all collisions.
  3. When passing a stopped vehicle with flashing lights, failing to change lanes and/or slow down may result in a traffic infraction and penalty points.
  4. According to studies, cell phone users who are driving lose around 50% of their visual field when conversing on the phone. You are still driving even if you are halted at an intersection or slowed down in traffic.
  5. A median of 78 persons each year in B.C. pass away in accidents involving drunk driving.
  6. A driver who combines drink and drugs increases their risk of a collision by nine times compared to a sober driver.
  7. Male drivers made up more than 75% of all drivers travelling at an unsafe speed that resulted in a fatal collision. More than 37% of people died in collisions were the result of incidents brought on by hazardous speed.
  8. You must pay off any unpaid penalties or debts to the B.C. courts, the provincial government, or ICBC before you may apply for a new driver’s licence. Your ability to purchase or renew your Autoplan insurance may also depend on whether provincial violation fines or driver penalty premiums have been paid.
  9. Now, driving while intoxicated is illegal in British Columbia. Even if it’s your first offense, you can expect fines ranging from $600 to over $4,000 and additional time off the road.
  10. Any time you have accrued towards finishing the Graduated Licensing Program will be lost if you are barred from driving during your N stage. Or to put it another way, the clock is set to zero.
  11. Driving while intoxicated carries serious repercussions, including a steep fine and jail time.
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Class 4-Part 3

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To tighten and check wheel nuts

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Sign is displayed on the back of buses and this rule is applied to areas where speed limit is

bus speed

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Put sign on vehicle having speed

sign

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During a pre-hill inspection on a vehicle equipped with air brakes, you should

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How brake heat is dissipated?

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A mixture of different size tires can –

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Travelling as a passengers to a destination where you will start working as a driver counts as on-duty time if

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Drivers who exempt from wearing seatbelts are

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The maximum speed in a lane or alley is ……… unless otherwise posted.

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The vehicle should be operated between engine’s –

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On Downhill/uphill –

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School bus must have-

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For school bus, daily must check -

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Pre-hill inspection –

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Reduce your speed on curves for

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You are allowed to

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On duty time does not include time spent on a ferry, unless you are working-

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"Before you open the door of your school bus to let passengers on or off ensure that -
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The floor of your school bus must be washed with a disinfectant solution at least

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A convex mirror at the front to give you a good view of the roadway to observe passengers who may be crossing in front of the school bus.

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“School sign” Signs must be mounted

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The letters on School Bus sign should be

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All school buses must display

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Before you refuel ENSURE

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Never transport passengers on a school bus that is

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When refueling to ground the connection -

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If your vehicle crash/breakdown/defected you must made immediate arrangements to have your passengers transported to their destination

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Vehicle having seating capacity more than 12 including driver must have

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Passenger vehicle must also have a light at each entrance that

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When should lights inside public vehicle kept on

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