If you find Ontario's G1 road rules and the G1 signs test somewhat intimidating, we can help. Our free Ontario G1 practice test series is about more than just passing the test. If you want the G1 driving rules and the road sign meanings to stay with you for a lifetime of safer driving, our free Ontario G1 practice test sets can make all the difference.
The ICanDrive.ca g1 sample test sets cover both the g1 signs test portion and the g1 driving rules section of the G1 test. These Ontario g1 practice test sets are completely free and can be used as many times as you require to help you study for your personal g1 test. All of our Ontario g1 practice test series have been meticulously crafted in parallel with the Ontario Driver's Handbook, which you can find online here: Ontario Driver's Handbook, or you can purchase a copy here: Official Ministry of Transportation (MTO) Driver's Handbook, which is essential for new drivers studying for the official G1 test. We believe the best way to quickly and permanently increase your driving knowledge is to thoroughly practice with all of these Ontario g1 practice test sets until you can consistently pass both of our g1 exam samples. When you can do that, you're ready for the actual g1 test.
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In depth studying and lots of practice is the key to passing the Ontario written driving test (G1 test).
The Ontario G1 written test helps all Ontario drivers learn or brush up on key road signs and road rules knowledge necessary to drive a car in Ontario. By reviewing the information in the Ontario Drivers Handbook and then practicing those concepts through our Ontario G1 practice test series, you can set yourself up to successfully pass the Ontario G1 test.
Reading through the Ontario Driver's Handbook is the best way to be 100% prepared for the Ontario G1 written test. The concepts, rules, road signs and general driving information available in the Ontario Drivers Handbook will help you build a strong foundation to drive a car in Ontario.
Not every road signs or road rule will be easy to remember so give yourself enough time to go back to any difficult concepts and re-read through the Ontario Drivers Handbook. Building a strong understanding of all the Ontario road signs and road rules will help you attempt the G1 test with confidence.
Once you've built a strong knowledge base you will be ready to attempt our G1 practice tests and assess your knowledge of Ontario road signs and road rules in a real test-taking environment. Make sure you attempt all G1 practice test and G1 practice exams to get the most benefit.
The 40 multiple-choice question, Ontario G1 written test is very similar to ICanDrive.ca's Ontario g1 practice test series.
When taking the Ontario G1 written test, you will be required to correctly answer 16/20 on each of the two 20 questions sections. It's very important to carefully read through each question and pick the answer you think is correct out of the four available options. The test won't be timed so you are not in a time crunch - just take your time and make sure you correctly answer all the G1 test questions.
As a new G1 licence holder you now have the ability to practice and build on your in-car driving skills under supervision. While operating a car in Ontario with a G1 licence, you must always adhere to the G1 licence restrictions. The G1 licence restrictions are there to ensure the safety of all Ontario drivers, be they beginning drivers or seasoned driving veterans. For additional information about G1 driving restrictions (like FAQ's), please see our G1 licence restrictions and requirements page.
A G1 driver must always be accompanied by a licensed driver (4+ years driving experience) and BAC level below 0.05.
Your G1 licence prohibits you from consuming any amount of alcohol when operating a car.
You must ensure every passenger in the vehicle is wearing a functional seat belt and the number of passengers does not exceed the number of functioning seat belts.
Nighttime driving, specifically between the hours of midnight to 5 am is prohibited for G1 licence holders.
A G1 driver can drive on local roads but is not allowed to drive on any 400 series highways (401,403,404 etc.) or high-speed expressways (QEW).
All G1 licence holders are encouraged to use this licensing stage to accumulate as much driving experience as possible.
We know that learning any new skill can be a difficult process, and we want to make sure we have the right answers to any questions you might have. For this reason, we've put together this G1 test questions and answers section, and also addressed some frequently asked questions about our Ontario g1 practice test series. If you still have a question or concern, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Getting your G1 licence means you now have the opportunity to practice behind the wheel of a car under the supervision of a fully licensed driver. If you take a ministry approved driver training course you can shorten your waiting period to the next licensing stage to 8 months, otherwise you must remain at the G1 stage for a full 12 months before you can apply for your G2 licence.
Your G2 license will require you to successfully pass the G2 road test, demonstrating strong driving skills.
By following the Ontario graduated licensing process, both new and experienced drivers can get their Ontario car drivers license in the shortest and most stress free way possible. Each GDL stage helps build and develop skills essential to be able to drive safely in all Ontario road and weather conditions, so it's important to properly complete each stage as you go through your licensing journey.