In Ontario every new driving license applicant is automatically entered in to the GLS(Graduated Licensing System). This system has three stages which require to be completed prior to receiving a full class G license. During stage one, a driver has to pass a knowledge test consisting of Ontario road rules and traffic signs questions. Once this knowledge test has been successfully completed a driver receives a G1 license. During stage two a driver has to pass an Ontario road test. Upon successful passing of the road test a driver receives a class G2 license. For the third stage a driver is eligible to take the second road test to graduate to the full class G license after 12 months. However this time period can be reduced to 8 months by taking a ministry approved course provided by driving schools in Ontario while a driver is still in the learner's (class G1 license)stage.
For more details visit: MTO website
Driver's Book : Ontario driver's hand book.
Knowledge test and G2 road test services are available at any Ontario driver license offices.
To book your driving test please visit: Book a road Test - Ontario.
It is essential to get some road practice before attempting the road driving test. Ontario driving schools can provide you with the required training to be a better driver on Ontario roads.
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