A commercial operator's licence is a licence that allows someone to work as a commercial driver. This means that the person can drive large trucks, buses and coaches.

To get a commercial operations licensing, you need to pass a written test and a driving test. The written test is usually done by the provincial government or the  Transport Authority. The driving test is usually done by a private provider.

To get a commercial operator's licence, you must also have a valid driver's licence from your home province or territory. You must also have paid any applicable fees.

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There are many types of commercial operator licences, and each one has its own set of requirements. In this blog post, we’ll outline the most common types of commercial operator licences, and explain what you need to meet those requirements.

There are different types of commercial operator licences: general, heavy, and technical. Each type has different requirements that you must meet in order to qualify for the licence.

  • General Commercial Operator Licence:

A general commercial operator licence is the most common type of licence. To qualify for a general commercial operator licence, you must have a valid driver’s licence and hold a Class B or C licence (or equivalent). You must also have at least two years of driving experience.

  • Heavy Commercial Operator Licence:

A heavy commercial operator licence is required if you operate a vehicle with a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of more than 11,000 kilograms. To qualify for a heavy commercial operator licence, you must have a valid driver’s licence and hold a Class B or C licence (or equivalent). You must also have at least two years of driving experience

So it is important to choose according to your needs and preferences.