The good news is that the class 5 pro driving courses Edmonton offered at Albertadriving provide you the exact information you need regarding this specific licensing.
The eligibility for each class of license varies, what may be allowed for a class 3 license is not necessarily true for a class 5.
But before you are able to go the pro route with a class 5 license you will need to have a class 7 learner’s license with about 12 months of driving on the road.
You also need a signed permission from your legal guardian or parents if you are 16 years of age and under 18 years.
Most of the students that join our class 5 pro driving courses Edmonton do so to pursue driving as a profession.
But this is not a threshold; you can enroll in these classes to be able to drive the vehicles that fall under said license.
Once you have attained the license you will be able to drive an a2 axle (single motor), a motorhome (without any airbrakes, unless you have a license for vehicles with airbrakes), a tow trailer (with one or more than one axles) as well as different vehicles used for recreational purposes including a moped.