What to expect on your Class 7 road test
Your full road test — including time at the end to go over how you did — will take about 35 minutes. Your examiner will take you out on a route that tests your driving skills.
What you'll be tested on
Your driver examiner will be looking to see that you're able to demonstrate different driving skills in a safe, smooth and controlled manner. They are not looking for perfection, so don't worry too much about whether you can parallel park perfectly. Be safe and follow their directions.
We understand that you might be nervous about your road test. It's totally normal and many other people that way too!
Just so you know, our examiners are there to help you feel comfortable. They want you to pass your test — they mark everyone fairly, based on their skills.
Your Skills Explainer
After you finish your road test, you’ll be given a paper copy of your test results. On the back of the test, a Skills Explainer sheet will list the skills a driver needs to demonstrate to pass a road test. Your examiner may circle areas of improvement for you to work on.
The Skills Explainer you receive will be written in English. However, you can compare your copy to versions translated into the following languages:
Didn't pass on your first try?
To make sure everyone gets a turn to book a road test appointment, if you don't pass on your first try, you can take the test again after waiting 14 days. (You'll have to pay another road test fee.)
Retest waiting period changes
You can take the test again after
If you take the test a
second time and you don't pass, you can try again after 30 days.
three or more tries you don't pass, you can take the test again after