Class 3


What Can You Drive With A Class 3 License?

  • Every vehicle that a Class 5 driver is permitted to operate.
  • A single vehicle with three or more axles.
  • A vehicle with three or more axles towing a trailer with one or more axles (only if the trailer is not equipped with Air Brakes)
  • You can only drive a Class 1, 2, 4, or 6 car as a student

What Types Of Vehicles Can’t You Operate?

  • Vehicles with more than 15 passengers, including the operator
  • Passenger transportation for hire

What Will You Need to Begin Your Instruction?

  • You must be at least 18
  • You need a Class 5 Alberta driver's license that is non-probationary (non-GDL)

What Kind of Training Do You Need?

Each learner is unique and brings a variety of experiences (or none at all!). We offer hourly instruction, and the following courses:

Introductory Course

1 - 2 weeks/18.5 hours

  • In-truck basic training – 10 hours
  • One full day Air Brake course

Extended Course

2 weeks/26.5 hours

  • In-truck basic training - 18 hours
  • One full day Air Brake course

Hourly Training


Class 3 Road Test Permit Fee


To be eligible for a Class 3 road test, the following must be completed:

  • Air Brakes - must have either a "Q" on their licence or their original Air Brake endorsement
  • Class 3 written test – study both basic as well as commercial driver guides (all chapters except chapters for Class 1 and 2)

Materials For Students And Learning Resources:

For more information on Class 3 license training in Edmonton, call Gennaro Transport Training.

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