Authorized Instruction (or Stage A) licences are issued to learner drivers who are exempt from Manitoba’s Graduated Driver’s Licensing program, but subject to driver examination to obtain the desired licence.
Stage A licences may be issued to:
A driver with a Class 1 - 4 Stage A licence may be:
With a Class 1 Stage A licence you can:
With a Class 2 Stage A licence you can:
With a Class 3 Stage A licence you can:
With a Class 4 Stage A licence you can:
A driver with a Class 5 Stage A licence may be:
When operating a vehicle, you must:
With a Class 6 Stage A licence may be:
While operating a motorcycle or moped, you must:
If you contravene any condition or restriction on your driver’s licence, you will be subject to a full driver record review to determine whether additional licensing sanctions will be imposed. You may also be subject to a full driver record review if you have a driving conviction or accident.
The result of a full driver record review may include one or more of the following:
Violating the drug-and-alcohol restriction could result in a roadside suspension or further impaired driving sanctions if you are convicted of a Criminal Code offence.