Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the farthest you can park from the curb, when parallel parking?


According to the Alberta Driver's Handbook "The law requires that the wheels of the parked vehicle not be more than 50 centimetres from the curb.".


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How long must you hold a Class 5 GDL (Basic) licence before you can take the GDL exit (Advanced) road test?


According to the handbook "During the probationary stage you will have a minimum of two years to further develop the skills necessary to take the advanced road test and exit the GDL program.".


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When are you required to report a collision to police?


According to the Alberta Driver's Handbook, "You are required to report all collisions to the police or local law enforcement if: anyone has been injured, anyone has been killed, overall damage exceeds $2,000".


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When are dual turns at an intersection allowed?


According to the Alberta Driver's Handbook:

When turning right or left where dual lane turns are indicated by pavement markings or signs, approach the intersection in one of the marked lanes and turn into the corresponding lane.


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