C-24.2, r. 34 - Regulation respecting licences

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50.4. A driver’s licence is valid from the date on which it is issued until the end of the holder’s birthday occurring during the year where the age of the holder becomes a multiple of 8. If the period thus obtained is less than 3 months, 96 months must be added thereto.
Despite the first paragraph, when the holder of a driver’s licence has not reached 24 years of age on the issue of the licence, the driver’s licence is valid until the end of the holder’s birthday occurring during the year where the holder reaches 24 years of age. If the period thus obtained is less than 3 months, 96 months must be added thereto.
O.C. 531-95, s. 3; O.C. 922-2008, s. 31; O.C. 601-2014, s. 1.
50.4. A driver’s licence is valid from the date on which it is issued until the end of the holder’s birthday occurring during the year determined by adding multiples of 4 to the holder’s year of birth until the year thus obtained is that immediately following the year in which the licence is issued.
If the period thus obtained is less than 27 months, 48 months must be added thereto.
O.C. 531-95, s. 3; O.C. 922-2008, s. 31.