This free Ontario G1 license test is more like a G1 practice exam, as it covers all aspects of the road rules that new drivers in Ontario must know in order to obtain a G1 beginner’s license. We've constructed all of our G1 license test practice exercises to replicate what a beginner driver is likely to find on the official Ontario written knowledge test. It also looks and feels very similar to the real thing. Just like the real G1 test, it has multiple choice questions with four potential answers. Be careful, and make sure you fully understand each of the answers before responding, because in some cases, an answer may seem quite similar to another at first glance.
Success with this G1 rules practice test requires that you be thoroughly familiar with all of the driving safety rules. It's essential that you already know about things like railway crossings, driving in inclement weather, right of way and how demerit points work. Also, what to do when passing, merging and when accidents happen. G1 practice test Ontario rules number one is here: G1 rules practice test, G1 practice test road rules number two is here: G1 road rules test practice, and G1 rules practice test number three can be accessed here: road rules for written driving test Ontario.
In order to be as realistic as possible, all of ICanDrive.ca 's Ontario G1 license test study guides have been put together with feedback from recent G1 graduates and also directly from the Official Ministry of Transportation (MTO) Driver's Handbook. Although not as convenient as a hard copy, the Ontario drivers handbook can also be found online here. It is an essential read for all new drivers, and highly recommended as an accompaniment to our series of G1 driving test practice quiz sets.
ICanDrive.ca also offers three different road sign practice test sets that are also completely free to use. Road sign practice g1 test #1 is: Ontario driving signs test for regulatory signs. Road and traffic signs g1 test practice is here: Ontario driving test online for temporary, information & direction, and high-occupancy vehicle signs. And traffic signs G1 driving test practice is here: G1 test questions - traffic signs for road warning signs. Practice with all of them until you feel you know them, and then test yourself with the complete G1 signs practice exam.
Additional information about the Ontario's Graduated Licensing System (GLS) and in particular, the G1 license test, can be found in our Ontario G1 Practice Tests & License Info section. This includes information on things you need to know about like the vision test, who is eligible, the documentation required, the costs involved, etc. Other kinds of Ontario driving licensing information can be found on our Ontario driving licenses page.
We've worked hard to create an excellent program for aspiring G1 drivers, and it's worked very well for many before you. We're confident that if you simply study the Ontario drivers handbook, and apply yourself to all of the Ontario G1 practice test sets that we make freely available, you'll be very well-prepared for your actual G1 test. We wish you luck, but you really won't need it if you practice, practise, practice. Let us know how it went for you, and as always, we welcome your feedback.