Road Test Re-Examinations (Road Tests)
The Superintendent may require that a driver complete a road test re-examination as part of the process of making a Driver Medical Fitness determination. The Insurance Corporation of BC (ICBC) administers the exams on the Superintendent’s behalf. There is no fee charged for re-examinations.
RoadSafetyBC may request a road test re-exam in order to assess a commercial Class 1-4 or Class 6 (motorcycle) driver`s functional ability to drive.
Some of the most common reasons for a road test re-exam are:
- A doctor reports a medical condition that may affect a person’s fitness or ability to drive safely
- Results of a previous on-road assessment suggest follow-up testing is necessary; and/or
- A collision report, police report or other report indicates a driver may be unable or unsure how to handle a common driving situation
Please note: As of March 5, 2018, any outstanding RoadSafetyBC requirement for a Class 5 or Class 7 ICBC road test re-examination may only be satisfied by taking an Enhanced Road Assessment (ERA). For more information on your outstanding requirement, please call RoadSafetyBC at 1-855-387-7747.
For more information on driver re-examinations, see ICBC’s webpage: Re-exams for commercial drivers or motorcyclists.