1000 88th Ave, Dawson Creek
(250) 219-8440
info@yetirds.ca
8AM to 7PM / M-F Days, 8AM to 12PM / Saturday
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Our Programs

At YETI Riding and Driving School we provide driving lessons to suit you and your individual requirements with a range of learn to drive packages on offer

Behind the Wheel Driving Gain Real Driving Experience

At YETI Riding & Driving School, our dedicated instructor, Oleg Kuklishyn, leverages over 20 years of expertise to make motorcycle and vehicle training easy and enjoyable for all ages. With a passion for thrilling rides, Oleg ensures a great learning experience, providing undivided attention, continuity in the learning process, and instilling confidence in every student. Join us for comprehensive Class 4, 5/7, and 6/8 training, where your safety and learning satisfaction are our top priorities!
 

Take your Driving Skills to the next level with us!

Our Driving School partnered with DriveWise BC to offer you ICBC Approved Graduated Licensing Program (GLP)!

 

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  • CLASS 6
  • CLASS 5
  • CLASS 4
  • CLASS 3
  • CLASS 2
  • CLASS 1
CLASS 6
CLASS 6
ICBC Class 6 refers to a specific type of driver's license classification in British Columbia, Canada. Class 6 licenses are for individuals who want to operate a motorcycle. In British Columbia, the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) is responsible for driver licensing and insurance.
CLASS 5
CLASS 5
A Class 5 license in British Columbia allows drivers to operate personal vehicles, such as cars, vans, and light trucks. This license is typically obtained after passing a road test and meeting certain requirements, such as having a learner's permit for a specific period and completing a driver education program.
CLASS 4
CLASS 4
ICBC Class 4 typically refers to a type of driver's license classification in the province of British Columbia, Canada. Class 4 licenses are generally for commercial drivers who operate taxis, limousines, ambulances, or other passenger-carrying vehicles.
CLASS 3
CLASS 3
In British Columbia, Class 3 licenses are for driving vehicles such as trucks and buses that exceed a certain weight. To obtain a Class 3 license, individuals usually need to meet specific requirements and pass both written and practical driving tests.
CLASS 2
CLASS 2
ICBC Class 2 typically refers to a type of driver's license classification in British Columbia, Canada. In the context of ICBC (Insurance Corporation of British Columbia), Class 2 usually refers to a commercial driver's license that allows individuals to operate larger vehicles, such as buses and trucks.
CLASS 1
CLASS 1
In British Columbia, Canada, a Class 1 driver's license allows individuals to operate semi-trailer trucks and all other motor vehicles or combinations of vehicles. To obtain a Class 1 license, you typically need to meet certain medical and vision requirements, pass a knowledge test, a road test, and a pre-trip inspection test. Additionally, you may also need to undergo practical training and hold a learner's license for a specific period before obtaining the full Class 1 license. The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) is responsible for issuing and regulating driver's licenses in the province.

Selecting a License Class

Driver's license classes in British Columbia are categorized based on the type of vehicle you intend to operate. During the application process, license class names are presented in English, and it's essential to be aware that the test language corresponds to the language in which the categories are displayed.

The purpose of the Driver's License Theory Test is to assess a learner driver's understanding of the Rules of the Road. Each license class has a distinct Theory Test associated with it. The Theory Test you should apply for will be determined by the specific license category or categories for which you seek licensure. It is crucial to choose the appropriate class to match the type of vehicle you plan to operate.