– Phase 2 consists of an alternation between 2 theory classes and 4 in-car sessions. In this phase you will learn about accompanied driving and the OEA strategy. With your learner’s license, you can now drive, but only accompanied by someone who has held a valid driver’s license for at least two years or one of our certified instructors. This phase cannot be completed less than 28 days.
-Upon finishing this guided driving phase, you will move to Phase 3, a semi-guided driving. This phase consists of 3 theory classes and 6 in-car sessions. Speed, sharing the road, alcohol & drugs are all topics covered in this phase. It requires a minimum of 56 days to complete phase 3.
–Lastly, phase 4 focuses on semi-guided to independent driving. This phase includes 2 theory classes which are fatigue & distraction as well as eco-driving. Additionally, it contains 4 in-car sessions and an on road evaluation. 56 days are also required to complete this phase.
Please note that you need to have a few weeks off between Phase 2, 3&4.This will allow you to train with your accompanying driver.
In-Car session 13 must be combined with one of the following; 11, 12 or 14. During this session, you will alternate with another student. Each learner takes turns to be an observer and a driver.
After successfully passing the in-car session 15 (synthesis), you will be granted a final attestation. This in-car session is a formative evaluation and a summary of instructions prior to the road test.
It is important to note that you will have to undergo the required theory evaluation at the SAAQ, which is 10 months after having held a valid learners permit.
Passing the knowledge test will enable you to attend your driving exam two months later.
Remember, you must:
* Hold a learner’s permit for at least 12 months.
* Present a signed parental authorisation form (if under 18).
* Present your final attestation.
* Rent a vehicle from NASR
* Pay the applicable fee for the probationary licence.
– Once you have passed your road test, you will receive your probationary license. With this license you will be able to drive by yourself!
Your probationary license allows you to accumulate up to 4 demerit points.
24 months after obtaining your probationary license, you will finally be able to obtain your regular driver’s license!
With this permit, you can accumulate up to 4, 8, 12 or 15 demerit points depending on your age.