The information in these guides explains best practices for driving a vehicle, but cannot cover all circumstances. You must use judgment and a safety-first attitude to make decisions in real on-road situations. These guides interpret the laws that govern the movement of vehicles and people on Alberta roadways. They are guides only and have no legal authority. The laws that apply to driving a vehicle can be found in the Traffic Safety Act and its related regulations.
This guide provides information about driving commercial vehicles. It is used with A Driver’s Guide to Operation, Safety and Licensing. Both of these guides should be used when preparing for the knowledge test and when learning to operate a tractor-trailer unit, large truck, ambulance, taxi, bus or school bus, as well as when handling dangerous goods.
The Curriculum for Alberta’s Mandatory Entry-level Training program is based on the National Occupational Standard for Commercial Vehicle Operator (Truck Driver).
Try out some free practice tests that you can undertake on this website.
In order to successfully prepare, consider utilizing these exams and official Alberta Commercial Driver’s Guide to your advantage. The more knowledge you can attain, the better it will be for you once you decide to make your way into the Alberta Registry Agent offices to take the commercial operator’s licence written knowledge test.
Website regarding current events, opinions, and a variety of articles to keep you up to date in the trucking industry.
This site provides career loans to residents of Alberta or Saskatchewan. They support newcomers and immigrants with loans. Students can click on the link to learn more about their eligibility requirements.