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If you hold a valid foreign or out-of-province driver’s license, you may use it to drive in Prince Edward Island for up to, four months, after you become a resident. You may also need an International Driver’s Permit if your foreign license is not in English or French. If you are a non resident...
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...
Prince Edward Island's current climate change strategy was released in November 2008. The 47 action items put forward in the Strategy were designed to lower greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, enhance carbon sinks, help people prepare for the impacts of climate change, and increase public...
The Rules of the Road are laws and safe practices as well as the safe and efficient movement of vehicles, pedestrians and other road users. The rules cover such things as starting, signalling, turning, overtaking and passing, stopping and other actions of drivers and other road users. You will be...