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Montral Service centre

Learning Centre Driving School > Drive Test Examination Centre > Learning Center > Montral Service centre
 
Quebec
855 Boul Henri-Bourassa O, Montréal, QC H3L 1P3, Canada
(514) 873-5803
https://drivetest.ca/

Socit de l’assurance automobile du Qubec

Monday : 08:30 a.m. to 04:30 p.m.

Tuesday : 08:30 a.m. to 04:30 p.m.

Wednesday : 09:30 a.m. to 04:30 p.m.

Thursday : 08:30 a.m. to 04:30 p.m.

Friday : 08:30 a.m. to 04:30 p.m.

Saturday :Closed

Sunday :Closed

 

Review & Ratting

Chloe Brazeau

16 Jun 2020 01:55
"During the pandemic, since this is the only SAAQ in Montreal that is open to drop-ins, according to the security guard I met at 9AM, you have to go there at 6h30AM to make sure you will be served, only the first 50 people who make the line up will be able to go in and it takes about 30min per person so be prepared to wait. I find this very poor service for people who can't wait 3 months for an appointment... It is unfortunate that they do not adapt to the need of the population."
 

Yahya El Baba

04 Oct 2019 09:16
"This is the place to replace ur international driving license, extremely busy but service is fast.. The knowledge test costs 11.40 cad and its not easy at all unless you studied well, thanks god 🙃i passed from the first time, it took me arround 90 minutes."
 

Tokyo Mamba

29 Jan 2019 10:00
"Spent the last 7 years living and working in Japan. Spent about 1000 Canadian dollars in Japan getting my driver's license. The test is infamously difficult but I passed the first time. Recently returned to Canada. Was told by SAAQ, to provide proof of living in Japan for at least 6 months after I got my Japanese license. Canada has an agreement with Japan to exchange licenses without any tests. Spent 100 dollars getting documents Fedexed from Japan. Found out it would cost 125 dollars for EACH document to be officially translated into English for SAAQ. 6 months of documents would have costed me 860 dollars! I visited SAAQ to ask which documents to translate. They refused to help me. I decided to translate an official government document issued from the Japanese government, which has the sole purpose of showing that I lived in Japan officially for a year. I waited 1.5 months for an appointment at SAAQ. Finally I had the appointment. They refused to accept the official document from the Japanese government! They refused to accept the official Japanese Driver's License which also shows when and where I lived in Japan. I spent 287 dollars translating these two documents, and I'm not rich. Instead SAAQ wants bank statements from Japan which specifically show "tap and pay" and debit transactions. But SAAQ fails to understand that Japanese society is very different from Canadian society. Japan is a VERY cash-based society. Bank debit transactions and bank "tap and pay" are extremely rare, if ever, used there. So, I have been, in my opinion, unfairly denied the conversion of my Japanese license to a Canadian one. Japan is a very difficult society to live in with many challenges, but at least government departments and people on the whole are FAIR. Today, I'm ashamed to be Canadian. I immigrated here 15 years ago but I'm truly ashamed at the unfairness of a lot of government departments here (Not just SAAQ). And yes, I will endeavour to leave Canada permanently in the next few weeks, why should I live in a country where government departments are blatantly unjust and serve just to make life difficult for it's citizens. Canada isn't the country I expected it to be."
 

Mihail Popescu

01 Apr 2019 06:52
"The customer service is good and it is visible they do their best, but it is not ok to wait 4 hours to pay the Driver License."
 

Riadh ADEL

24 Oct 2017 05:14
"Good and organized but you will have to wait"