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Cars Driver’s Licences

Are you ready to take the wheel and hit the road in Ontario? Whether you’re a new driver or a seasoned motorist looking to upgrade your licence, we’ve got you covered. Our Book Driving Test offers comprehensive services for booking driving tests for Class G licence, enabling you to drive cars, vans, and small trucks.

Class G Licence

There are many licensed drivers in Ontario, and most of them began their journey by visiting a Driving Test Centre and applying for a Class G licence. A Class G licence allows you to drive various vehicles, from personal cars to small trucks. It’s your ticket to freedom on the road, and the Book Driving Test will help you get there.

Types of Class G Licence

In Ontario, Class G licences come in three stages, each designed to provide a structured learning experience for drivers:

Class G1 Licence

Class G1 is the initial step in the graduated licensing system in Ontario. As a G1 licence holder, you can drive cars, vans, and small trucks, but with certain restrictions: A licensed driver must assist you with at least four years of driving experience. There is a zero-tolerance policy for alcohol and drugs.

Class G2 Licence

Class G2 is the next step towards a full Class G licence. With a G2 licence, you can drive Class G vehicles, such as cars, vans, and small trucks, without an assisted driver.

Class G Licence

A Class G licence is the final step in obtaining full driving licences for cars, vans, and small trucks. While it offers you the freedom to drive without restrictions, maintaining a safe and responsible driving record is essential to avoid fines and licence suspensions.

Class G Driver Requirements

The Class G driver requirements in Ontario include:
  • The driver must be at least 16 years old during the test.
  • Meet the Ministry of Transportation’s (MTO’s) vision criteria.
  • Must be aware of the road rules and traffic signs.
  • Must pass class G2 and G tests to become fully licensed.

Obtaining a Class G1, Class G2, and Class G Licence

Obtaining a Class G1, Class G2, and a Full Class G licence in Ontario typically takes 20 to 24 months but can be completed within five years. Here’s a step-by-step process to obtain licences.

Study and Knowledge Test

Use the MTO Driver’s Handbook to prepare for the written knowledge test or consider a beginner driver education (BDE) course for expedited progress.

Apply through Book Driving Test

To schedule your driving test, contact Book Driving Test, then at the test centre, submit your application with an ID and required forms.

Vision Test

Pass a quick vision test at the Drive Test Centre. Bring contact lenses and glasses if you wear them.

Pay Fees

Pay the MTO set fees. You can transfer this fee by online banking or through cash.

Written Knowledge Test

Complete the written knowledge test within 30 minutes.

Temporary Licence

Obtain a temporary driver’s licence valid for 90 days.

Practice with G1 Licence

Follow G1 licence restrictions, including zero alcohol, seat belts, curfew, and highway limitations.

G2 Road Test

After 8 or 12 months, take the G2 road test for basic driving skills.

G2 Practice

Drive with your G2 licence, maintaining safety and seat belt rules.

Class G Road Test

Take the Class G road test for more advanced skills. Upon success, you’ll receive your full Class G licence. Drive safely and responsibly.