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Road Test Preparation

G2 Road Test

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G Road Test

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G1 Written Test

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G1 License

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G2 Road Test

Universal Driving Ed. specializes in training G2 drivers preparing for a G2 or G license test, training seniors that are in need of re qualification with the Ministry of Transportation, and licenses holders in countries that need testing in Ontario.

G2 Road Test Package Increase your chance of passing the MTO road test by using an Universal Driving instructor vehicle….Feel confident as we show you the testing routes and help you to prepare for the MTO road test.

WITH THIS PACKAGE, YOU WILL GET:
• A lesson of 45 minutes review and practice, evaluation before the road test
• Review use of mirror & checking blind spots, three point turns, Lane changes
• Left and right turns at small and large intersections
• Parallel parking skills
• Revers parking/Install parking,Backing out
• Appointments to suit your schedule
• Pick up and drop off at a location convenient for you
• 60 minutes in length
• The use of the Universal Driving Ed. vehicle for the road test
For more details please contact us: 905 333-3899


G Road Test

Ready to be an Independent G Licence Driver? Better call us to prepare for the MTO G-2 Exit Road Test Increase your chance of passing the MTO road test by using an Universal Driving Ed. instructor vehicle. Feel confident as we show you the test routes and prepare you on the day of the test with a 1 hour lesson our G Road Test package includes a complete review of skills necessary to pass your G test.

WITH THIS PACKAGE, YOU WILL GET:
• Highway/freeway driving including entering/exiting/lane changes
• Review use of mirror & checking blind spots, three point turns
• Left and right turns at small and large intersections
• Parallel parking skills
• Emergency roadside stops
• Appointments to suit your schedule
• Pick up and drop off at a location convenient for you
• 60 minutes in length
• The use of the Universal Driving Ed. vehicle for the road test
For more details please contact us: 905 333-3899


G1 Written Test

The first step towards getting your Ontario driver’s license is passing the Ontario G1 exam. The G1 test is a written test of your knowledge of Ontario road signs and rules. There is no G1 road test; the G1 tests are comprised of two multiple choice written exams each featuring 20 G1 exam questions. One covers Ontario road signs, and the other covers Ontario road rules.

In order to pass the G1 exam you must answer 16 out of 20 questions correctly on each of the two tests. Should you fail one or both, you may go back and re-take it for a fee. After 12 months with a G1 license, or 8 months if you attend an Ontario driving school, you can take the G2 road test. In another 12 months you will be eligible for a full G Ontario driving license.

The G1 driving test Ontario 2012 drivers are required to take is often failed the first time without the proper preparation. The test is designed to be somewhat difficult to ensure that every drivers license Ontario gives out is handed to a safe driver who has taken the time to learn the rules of the road. Through the drivers test Ontario ensures safer roads. Preparation for the drive test is the key to success.

Start your G1 written test by clicking the link below:

http://icandrive.ca/ontario/g1-practice-test/


G1 License

G1 (as evident from the name) is the first level of driver’s license in Canada. Successful completion of the G1 road test entitles the individual to drive for 12 months under certain conditions. Ontario’s Graduated Licensing System – introduced in April 1994 has divided the driver’s license acquisition into 2 stages. Individuals seeking to learn driving in Ontario need to pass G1 road test to proceed to the next level – G2.

The applicant can appear for the written G1 exam at any of the DriveTest locations in Ontario. Oral knowledge examinations are also conducted at the select Drive Text centers.

Conditions applicable under G1 license:
• Blood-alcohol level should be zero while driving.
• An experienced driver should always sit beside the G1 driver license (while s/he is driving).
• A G1 driver license holder cannot drive between 12pm to 5am.
• A G1 driver license holder cannot drive on Ontario’s “400 series” highways and high-speed expressways such as Don Valley Parkway and Queen Elizabeth Way.

How to shorten the G1 restrictions?
You can enroll in the Ministry of Transportation (MTO) Approved Beginner Driver Education Course. By doing so, the G1 license period will be reduced from 12 months to just 8 months.

How to prepare for the G1 exam?
1. Get hold of an Official Driver’s Handbook: The book (published by the Government of Ontario) will give you detailed information on:
• road rules
• safe driving tips
• important signage
These handbooks are available online or at any Drive Test Examination Center.

2. Chalk out a study plan: Road signs and road rules are two important parts of the G1 test syllabus. Divide your time accordingly. Remember you cannot make more than 4 mistakes in each section.
Note: the test consists of multiple-choice questions.

3. Look for dummy question papers online: Search for the free test material easily available on the internet. Most of these practice tests are provided by:
• chambers of commerce
• non-governmental organizations
• online trade magazines

Practicing online for G1 written test is highly important. Gradually it will help you gain confidence on this subject and provide a deeper understanding of road signs and rules. In addition to the knowledge of questions, you can also learn how to time yourself in the test.