If you would like to drive in Canada, you will need a valid license to do that. The process to get a drivers license in Canada is dependent on the province or territory you live in along with your driving background.
Now, lets say you are visiting Manitoba and arefrom outside Canada, to drive here:
With either of these, you can drive for up to three months as a visitor.
You can change your home country driver’s permit to a Class 5 license. With this, you can drive up to 90 days after taking residency. However, you will have to change your home country’s driver’s license prior to that.
If you have a driving permit from any of these countries/territories:
You can exchange it to a:
However, you will need to pass knowledge and road tests if your country is not in this list.
Before taking these tests, you will have to register as a Manitoba Public Insurance customer – either via aService Centre or an Autopac Agent.
You can visit theManitoba Public Insurance website if you require more information.
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