Whether it is your G1, G2, or G road test, any driver is bound to get a little nervous before their driving test. However, if you went to driving school and paid attention to the driving lessons you should be more than ready for your test.
Take the following into consideration when preparing for your driving test:
Make sure you have everything in place: Your G1/G2, your certificate if required, your glasses and/or contact lenses must be with you when you go for your road test.
Be on time: Make sure you are on time for your road test. Being on time will ease your driving test nerves and you will also get a chance to look around.
Be prepared: Make sure you have all the areas of driver training covered. Don’t be afraid ask any questions.
Take an evaluation lesson: An evaluation driving lesson will determine where you stand and you will be able to approach your driving test with more [...]
The Ministry of Transportation in Ontario first introduced graduated licensing in 1994. The main purpose of this system was to lower accident rates amongst new drivers, lower insurance costs, and improve driver education through a series of road tests. The two-step licensing road test system is straightforward and new drivers can follow these steps:
FAQ about your G1 Road test
The first thing that teens need to do before they take their G1 road test is buy a Drivers handbook.
Read the book
Go to the MTO office for your written road test and eye examination.
Bring two pieces of I.D.
join Ultimate Driver’s education program.
Can I join New Method before I get my G1?
Yes you can. There are two parts of the program-classroom and In-car driver education. For the classroom part you do not require a G1. Once you complete your [...]
We offer refresher lessons for senior drivers. Receive up to date driving tips and techniques to strengthen your driving skills. Stay on the road as long as possible with the help of our highly experienced instructors. We have instructors who specialize in senior driver training with their patient and calm attitude.
We understand how hard it is to re-do the driving test. Our tips and professional driver training will reassure and make you feel very comfortable on the road.
Severe winter driving conditions may make you nervous,uncomfortable,or fearful. Proper preparation and the right skills will help you face the challenges of winter driving. This program is for individuals seeking to enhance their winter driving skills & feel safer while driving in adverse conditions.
The following is a brief summary of the various topics covered by all of our Full Defensive Driver Training Courses (classroom theory portion).
Introduction & Basics
This section covers many common misconceptions regarding everyday traffic situations and driving in general. After completing this introductory section, students should know all pertinent information regarding acquiring a learner’s licensce, as well as the basic framework for the Smith System of Defensive Driving.
Road Signs, Lines and Traffic Controls
An explanation of shapes and colors of road signs along with a discussion of each particular sign and a short video presentation to familiarize students with the different sign catagories. Also discussed are the consequences of failing to obey specific road signs.
A discussion about seat-belts, child seats, airbags and other safety features which, when used consistently save lives.
The Smith System
The Smith System is the industry standard in defensive driver training
To get a license in Ontario, you must be at least 16 years of age. Graduated licensing was introduced in Ontario in April 1994. In order to get your license you need to go through three stages.
In the first stage you obtain a Driver’s handbook which is available at any book store,convience store, MTO center and also at various other locations. Then, on or after your 16th birthday and once you have studied the handbook, you can go to a Ministry of Transportation office nearest you and write a theoretical G1 exam. You must bring $125.00 and 2 pieces of ID with you. Once you pass the exam, you will be given a G1 license and you will be eligible to do a practical road test one year from that date.
Under a G1 license, many conditions apply which are designed to help you gain experience before you can actually do your road
To apply for a G1 licence, you must be at least 16 years old. At the drive test centre, you must pass a vision test and a written test about the rules of the road and traffic signs. Once these three requirements are met, you will get your G1 licence.
Being a new driver, with a G1 licence in hand, it’s important to understand G1 licensing requirements and restrictions. A G1 licence is highly restrictive and if you do not follow the rules, you could be faced with a licence suspension along with any associated fine.
New Method Driving School can help you understand these rules and move on to the next step in the process, acquiring your G2 License.
WHAT ARE G1 LICENSE CONDITIONS AND RESTRICTIONS?
In addition to obeying the rules of the road like all other drivers, G1 drivers must also:
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