Regardless of the vehicle you drive or your age, driving requires sound physical and mental health, along with good eyesight.
In addition to the mandatory medical assessments – for which we will send you a letter – you must notify us of any change to your state of health that could hinder your ability to drive within 30 days of that change.
The frequency of the medical assessments or vision tests varies according to:
If you hold a Class 5 licence (automobile), a Class 6A, 6B, 6C or 6E licence (motorcycle), a Class 6D licence (scooter) or a Class 8 licence (farm tractor), you are required to undergo a medical examination and vision test:
If you hold a Class 1, 2, or 3 licence (road tractor, bus, straight-body truck), a Class 4A or 4B licence (emergency vehicle or minibus), you are required to undergo a medical examination:
To drive a vehicle that requires a licence bearing class 1, 2, 3 or 4B in the United States, assessments are required:
In order to prevent the suspension of your licence or of your right to obtain one, you must make an appointment as soon as possible with your health care professional and send us the Medical Examination Report form (PDF, 353.2 ko) before the prescribed deadline.
Last update: November 10, 2021