Get your L
You can get your L on or after your 16th birthday. To get your L you’ll need to get 40 out of 50 questions right on a multiple-choice knowledge test. Passing it ensures you understand the rules of the road. It also means you’ve started thinking about safe driving behaviours before you start driving with a supervisor.
Knowledge tests available by appointment only
Book an appointment using our new online service.
Prepare for your knowledge test
We have lots of resources to help you prepare. If you study and complete the practice tests, you should have a really good chance of passing the knowledge test. And don't worry, if you don't pass on the first try, you can take the test again after 7 days (there's a fee each time).
Read and study Learn to Drive Smart
Learn to Drive Smart has all the information you need - it's like a textbook for your knowledge test. You can download it online in six languages, read it on our app, print out the English chapters, or pick up a copy at any driver licensing office.
Test your knowledge
Once you've studied Learn to Drive Smart, you're ready to take the practice knowledge test. It's based on the real test, but the questions are a little different.
Take the road signs practice test
Know your signs! Almost one in five questions on your knowledge test will be about road signs. You'll find every single one of them on our road signs practice test. If you know your signs, you can have a better chance of passing the real test.
Try Street Sense
Street Sense is a hazard perception training application that helps you identify common hazards that can be easily missed when you're on the road. It immerses you in driving scenarios that mimic real driving conditions in B.C. and gives you the chance to practice scanning for hazards.