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Driver’s licence and registration fees are being reinstated on January 1, 2020. There will continue to be free vehicle registration for electric vehicles and half-price registration for hybrid vehicles. Any driver who has a licence refunded after January 1, 2019 is not eligible for the free...
To practice Emergency Medical Technology in this province you are required to be registered with the EMS Board of Prince Edward Island. A registration is valid for up to two years and must be renewed according to the renewal cycle which is every second year. All current EMT licences expire, March...
If you are operating a commercial vehicle in both Canada and United States with PEI as your base jurisdiction, you must register your vehicle under the International Registration Plan through Prince Edward Island Highway Safety. This applies to vehicles (including buses) over 11,794 kgs or power...
You must be 16 years of age or older to apply for your Instruction Driver’s Permit (Class 7 licence), sometimes called a Beginner’s Permit. You must present all the necessary documents, pay the required fee, and pass both a vision test and a written test based on the driving rules and safety...
The province requires individuals with Instruction Permits to attend a Novice Driver Course before taking their first road test. This is a mandatory educational program for all new drivers who do not complete a formal driver education program. You should enroll in the course as soon as you receive...
It is important to note under the Highway Traffic Act, newcomers may use their driver`s license to drive in Prince Edward Island for up to , four months, after they become a resident of the Province. This period of time will be extended if an individual has started but not completed the driver...
Registration application and payee registration form for Energy Efficient Equipment Rebates
You must have a Class 5 driver’s license to drive a personal car or light truck in PEI. Other classes of license are required if you want to drive a motor cycle, taxi or larger vehicle such as an ambulance, bus or tractor-trailer. Although a Class 5 driver’s license is not necessary, you will need...
Driving is a complex activity and the rules for driving can be significantly different from country to country. Additionally, the security standards for driver license issuance and documentation varies significantly from one country to another including the availability of driving records....
Beginner drivers in PEI must follow a Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) system before a standard Class 5 driver’s license will be issued. It will take a minimum of three years to fully complete the three-stage GDL program, which gradually moves licensed drivers into higher risk driving situations...