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Nahed Alsayed says speaking the language and patience the key to driver instruction -Helen Pike · CBC News · Posted: Jan 03, 2020 8:09 PM MT | Last Updated: January 4 Nahed Alsayed says she called her business clover leaf because of her love for plants, and because the four leaves signify luck. (Helen Pike/CBC)

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Alberta's distracted driving law applies to all vehicles as defined by the Traffic Safety Act and all roads in Alberta. It restricts drivers from doing any of the following, even while stopped at red lights

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CONDITIONS: YOU must drive with an accompanying driver who is fully licensed ( non-GDL ) 18 years of age or older, and sitting in the front passenger seat, you will be FINED and receive two demerit points on your driving record if you violate this condition. YOU are not allowed to drive between midnight and 5 a.m. You will be FINED and receive two demerit points on your driving record if you violate this condition. New drivers are strongly encouraged to have a minimum of 60 hours of driving experience in various conditions before taking the basic road test.

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In the absorption of road safety, you require to be aware or the importance of gaining a quality knowledge of the traffic rules and putting that knowledge into a practice. The Alberta Transportation website covers the road traffic laws, but always be aware that it will be updated regularly to take account of new laws

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Countries with reciprocal licensing agreements As of June 2014. Alberta has Reciprocal Licensing Agreements with the following countries: • Austria • Australia • Belgium • England • France • Germany • Isle of Man • Japan • Northern Ireland • Republic of Korea • Scotland • Switzerland • United States • Wales

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The Government of Alberta will no longer be mailing out reminders about driver’s licences and vehicle registration. Albertans with disabilities will continue to receive reminders in the mail. Seniors over the age of 70 will continue to receive mailed reminders until April 1, 2017.

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