https://www.ontario.ca/driving-and-road ... rs-licence
No. You get 5 years. Once it expires, you're out of luck. You have to start over but you don't have to wait the mandatory wait times.elle86 wrote:Can't they make exceptions based on medical reasons?
There are some circumstances that will get you some extra time. Some examples are:
- - If you hold a G1 for more than 4 years before graduating to G2, you can get your license extended 5 years because it's impossible for you to graduate the system with the mandatory waiting period (1 year).
- - If your G2 is expiring and you can only get a road test after that date, they'll issue you a temporary license up until the day of the test.
Are you sure they never make exceptions due to illness or death?