Provinces with age-based licensing restrictions
NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR Drivers must submit a medical report when renewing their licences at age 75, age 80 and every two years following. QUEBEC Drivers are required to undergo a medical examination and vision test six months before reaching the ages of 75 and 80 and every 2 years thereafter. ONTARIO Once drivers reach 80, every two years they must take a vision test, undergo a driver record review, participate in a 45-minute Group Education Session (GES), during which they must complete two brief non-computerized in-class screening assignments and, if deemed necessary, take a road test ALBERTA Drivers are required to file a medical report (signed by their physician) at 75, 80 and every two years thereafter, every time they renew their licence. BRITISH COLUMBIA When drivers reach age 80 and every two years thereafter, RoadSafetyBC requires that the drivers have a Driver’s Medical Examination Report (DMER) completed by their physician and sent to RoadSafetyBC.