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02-06-2014, 07:37 PM
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Driver's license Quebec

So I've been dumb while I was in college and stopped paying my driver's license 3ish years ago when I sold my car. Drivers license expired in december of 2010 (so a little more than 3 years ago) On the SAAQ website they say that 3 years + you need to redo written and road tests... is that true?

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If SAAQ says so, it obviously is. Too bad. Hope you pass.

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So I've been dumb while I was in college and stopped paying my driver's license 3ish years ago when I sold my car. Drivers license expired in december of 2010 (so a little more than 3 years ago) On the SAAQ website they say that 3 years + you need to redo written and road tests... is that true?
Gut feeling but I'd tend to believe that they wouldn't lie on the official SAAQ website.

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Well the written test doesn't bother me much, I mean I'm pretty I'll burn through it. But apparently, for the driving test, you need to provide your own car which I don't have...

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Well the written test doesn't bother me much, I mean I'm pretty I'll burn through it. But apparently, for the driving test, you need to provide your own car which I don't have...
Since when do you need your own car? When I got mine about 8 years ago they had cars if you requested for one... I think you just had to pay a little more.

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Since when do you need your own car? When I got mine about 8 years ago they had cars if you requested for one... I think you just had to pay a little more.
Same for me man, but that's what I read on the SAAQ website. Been looking on google and Tecnic rents them specially for that purpose. Guess I'll go with that. But god it sucks... 2months earlier and I'd only need to pay late fees...Hate myself so much for that.

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Same for me man, but that's what I read on the SAAQ website. Been looking on google and Tecnic rents them specially for that purpose. Guess I'll go with that. But god it sucks... 2months earlier and I'd only need to pay late fees...Hate myself so much for that.
Go to langelier. You can rent one next door for 40$

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Go to langelier. You can rent one next door for 40$
Thx man

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You could always call one of their less busy branches and ask them all of your questions, that was what i used to do. Try La Prairie or Chateauguay.

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You could always call one of their less busy branches and ask them all of your questions, that was what i used to do. Try La Prairie or Chateauguay.
Alright, I will

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Theory test is a joke. Really, it's funny.

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Went through this when I came back from Japan because I didn't have a license over there to translate back, and mine here had expired. The test parts aren't the worst. The worst part is that insurance companies will now use that as an excuse to treat you as a "new" driver, and charge you accordingly. I drove and paid for insurance for over a decade, not a single claim, had left the country for just over 5 years, had my license expire for just over one year (I believe), and was treated like a 16 year old as a 33 year old man when I tried to get insurance again... That's just not right.

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Went through this when I came back from Japan because I didn't have a license over there to translate back, and mine here had expired. The test parts aren't the worst. The worst part is that insurance companies will now use that as an excuse to treat you as a "new" driver, and charge you accordingly. I drove and paid for insurance for over a decade, not a single claim, had left the country for just over 5 years, had my license expire for just over one year (I believe), and was treated like a 16 year old as a 33 year old man when I tried to get insurance again... That's just not right.
Yeh, I hope it won't hurt too much.

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