What should I expect when going for testing at the Registry of Motor Vehicles?

Answer: This examination includes a vision test, written test and on-road testing.  This is the standard test (i.e. not tailored to the older driver) which all drivers are required to complete to be granted a drivers license in Nova Scotia.  Individuals must provide their own vehicle for the on-road examination and may be required to rent a dual-brake car. Most driver-training programs, such as Young Drivers of Canada have dual-break cars available for driver examinations, however they will most likely require a training lesson and an evaluation to be completed first.