99. The holder of a learner’s licence must, when driving a road vehicle other than a moped or a motorcycle, be assisted by a person who has held, for at least two years, a valid driver’s licence of the appropriate class for driving that vehicle. The person must be seated beside the holder of the learner’s licence, and be in a position to give him assistance and advice.
The person assisting the holder of the learner’s licence must carry his driver’s licence with him, which must contain, where applicable, the particulars prescribed by regulation.
Holders of a class 5 or class 6A learner’s licence, as determined by regulation, are prohibited from driving a road vehicle covered by either class between midnight and 5 a.m.
The holder of a learner’s licence driving a motorcycle may not carry passengers.
A government regulation may, in the cases and on the conditions it determines, exempt the holder of a learner’s licence from the assistance conditions set out in the first paragraph or prescribe different conditions.
1986, c. 91, s. 99; 1996, c. 56, s. 25; 2000, c. 64, s. 4; 2018, c. 7, s. 211.