Are you looking to get a driver’s license in Ontario? If yes, you have landed on the right page. Here is everything you need to know!
How to get a driver’s license in Ontario
To get on the road in your car, you must first learn how to drive and then get a license. You can learn how to drive at a driving school, and they will help you prepare for the exam. Today’s article will examine the critical aspects of obtaining a driver’s license in Ontario. Read on!
Pass the Theoretical Test
The test has two categories: G1 for a car license and M1 for a motorcycle license. Upon completing the test, you will be awarded a G1 or M1 class certificate and a novice driver information pack.
However, this is not the end of your Driver’s License adventure. To become the owner of a full version of the driver’s license, you will need to pass two more exams. As a G1 driver, you cannot drive alone.
You will have to drive with a licensed driver with at least four years of driving experience and a blood alcohol level of less than 0.05 percent. Everyone in the car must wear a seatbelt.
You must be a G1 license holder for at least one year before trying to get your G2. However, this period can be shortened to 8 months if you take a driving course at a driving school approved by the Ministry of Transport.
To get a G2 license, you must pass a road test. At the G2 level, you can drive without another licensed driver on all roads in Ontario at any time, but you still have to follow the following: No alcohol found in your blood. Your car must have enough seat belts for all your passengers.
As a G2 driver, you also limit the number of other teenagers you can have in your car between midnight and 5:00 am. If you are under 19, you may only carry one other teenager in your car. After your first six months as a G2 driver, you can carry up to three teenagers.
Full Driving License
You must have been a G2 holder for one year. Then you need to pass another road test. You will receive a full license without restrictions if you pass the road test. When the exams are behind you, you can proudly enjoy all the delights of driving, do not violate the rules of the road, and always keep your Driver’s License with you on the road, as well as proof of car insurance.
Getting a driver’s license in Ontario is not easy. It requires you to go through various tests and exams. However, if you are committed to driving your car, you can follow the steps above to get the license quickly and reliably without hassle. Until Next Time!
- Article based on personal opinion, experience and research.
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