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Requirements for Licence A & D Class
A licenced driver wishing to learn and operate a truck or tractor trailer must be accompanied by a driver who
holds a valid class D or Class A licence respectively.
You will be assessed on your driving competence in a road test with a ministry examiner, an authorized employer,
or a community college. An authorized employer or community college known as a recognized authority may issue
 a certificate of driving competence for class A ,B, C, D, E, F and M.
Class A is authority for the operation of:
A motor vehicle and towed vehicles where the towed vehicle exceeds a total gross wright of 4600 kg (10.000 lbs.), or the
operation of vehicle included in classes  “D” and “G”, but not a bus carrying passengers, or a motorcycles.
Class D is authority for the operation of:
Any motor vehicle exceeding 11,000 kg (24,000 lbs.) gross weight or registered gross weight and any combination
of a motor vehicle exceeding total gross weight or registered gross weight of 11,000 kg (24.000 lbs.), and a towed
vehicle a not exceeding a total gross weight of 4600 kg (10,000 lbs.). It also allows you to operate vehicles included
in Class G, But not a bus carrying passengers, or a motorcycle.
Minimum requirement for an applicant
An applicant for class “A” or “D” driver's licence must be
  • At least 18 years of age
  • Hold a valid Ontario Class G or higher licence or equivalent
  • Pass a test of operating knowledge of a large truck and tractor trailer
  • Meet vision standards
  • Provide a satisfactory medical certificate on applying and periodically thereafter
  • Demonstrate driving competence during a road test in a combination of a motor vehicle exceeding 11,000 kg (24,000 lbs.) gross weight or registered gross weight, and a towed vehicle exceeding 4600 (10,000 lbs.) Total gross weight.
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