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Once you turn 80, you need to renew your driver’s licence every 2 years. Here are the four main steps you will take to renew.
Welcome to Ontario! Here’s what you need to know if you are, or will be, visiting Ontario – and want to drive while you’re here.
Demerit points are added to your driver’s licence, if you are convicted of breaking certain driving laws. The rules are different depending on if you are a new driver or have a full licence. This information will explain how the demerit points system works.
If you are at least 16 years old, you can apply for driver’s licence in Ontario. As a new driver, you will need to practice driving and gain experience over time. For most people, the two-step process takes about 20 months to finish. Here’s how you get a driver’s licence.
How to order a 3-year uncertified driver’s record containing driver and licence details, and lists conviction information, any applicable demerit points, and suspensions. Other driver’s records are available to cover longer time periods and contain more information. For example, a driver’s licence history search shows proof of beginner driver education course completion. Before you order, make sure that a 3-year uncertified record is the document you need for your purpose. Check with the individual requesting the record to confirm which version you need before you order.
How to get an accessible parking permit. Vehicles used by people with disabilities need to display the permit to park in an accessible parking space.
How to renew a soon-to-expire or recently expired driver’s licence. You can renew a driver’s licence, online or at a ServiceOntario centre, as early as 180 days before it expires and up to 12 months after it expires.
An enhanced driver’s licence is an upgrade to an Ontario driver’s licence that can be used as a travel document between Canada and the United States of America when travelling by road or water.