a class 7 drivers licence is a learners licence and all you need to do is pass the written test without getting more than 5 qeustions wrong
You do not need to have any type of license to insure and register a vehicle in Alberta. You'll obviously not be able to operate it without one, or in your case without a fully licensed driver in the vehicle with you or as per the provisions of your class 7 license.
Yes you can drive in Saskatchewan with a class 7 learner's permit
The benefit of obtaining a full Class 5 driver's license is that there will be no GDL restrictions. Drivers can upgrade their licenses to commercial classes and can supervise Class 7 learners.
It is a Learner's Permit License, which allows you to drive a vehicle only if there is a designated driver that is over 18 years of age and holds at least a Class 5 to Class 1 license sitting beside you in the passenger seat. See related link for more details.
For a Motorcycle License Class M you must be 16. You can get a Class M-Limited Motor Driven Cycle License at the age of 14 with certain restrictions. You can only operate it between the hours of 4-8 P.M. and only within 7 miles of your home. It can be no larger than 125cc. The question was Motorcycle License, not Motor Driven Cycle license.
You need to contact a lawyer.
Truck classification isn't concurrent with the license required to drive them. A single axle water truck could be a Class 5, 6, 7, or 8 truck, depending on the vehicle GVWR. A Class 7 or Class 8 truck would require a (minimum) Class B CDL.
Yes, as long as you have a legal license.
16. Even though you may have learners license at 14, this only applies to Class 5 vehicles which excludes motorcycles. At 16 you may ride a motorcycle as a learner with a valid class 7 and you can road test for your class 6 (motorcycle license) at 16. So technically the day you turn 16 (if you hold a class 7 already) you can test for you class 6 even thought you have never ridden on the streets as a learner.....
Depends on where you live, but usually 6 - 7 years