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G1 Test Practice: Free ON “Drive Test” G1 Practice Test 2021
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Our G1 Practice Test with multiple choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the Ontario G1 practice test and learners driver’s test that is required before you can get your Canadian driver’s license.
This free practice Written G1 driving test is a lesson that is essential for getting your Ontario driver’s license at your local licensing office. Please note, however, that this is not the actual test, and you will not receive your license if you pass this practice test.
Our most popular G1 practice test. Once you are 16, you may visit a Drive Test location and test for the Ontario G1 license with a written knowledge test of 40 multiple-choice questions. The G1 test is divided into two parts: 20 questions on road signs, and 20 questions on rules of the road. You must correctly answer 16 questions in each section to pass the test. In addition to the written exam, you will also need to pass a vision test and pay a $158.25 package fee, which will cover your knowledge test, eventual G2 driver’s test, and your five-year license. If you need to retake the written exam, it will be an additional $15.75. The Ontario G1 driver’s test is based on the 2021 Ontario Driver’s Handbook and questions from the test will be pulled directly from the guide. Ontario has set in place a graduated driver’s license (GDL) program that takes about two years to complete. After you pass your written test at Drive Test, you must hold your G1 license for one year, or 8 months if you are enrolled in a driver training program before you may take your first drive test to qualify for a G2 license. The G1 license will allow you to practice your driving skills under the supervision of a fully licensed driver. Our G1 practice tests use the same scoring system as the Drive Test centers across the province, so there will be no surprises when you go there.
Road Tests/Driving Exams
There are two types of road tests that you might have to take-for the G2 and full G-levels of the Ontario driver’s license. New drivers must pass both driving exams before they can obtain a full license. You might also be asked to complete a road test if you meet the following conditions:
If you are a foreign driver you might be asked to complete at least one road test depending on your country of origin and level of documented experience
If you are renewing an expired license that was a G1 or G2 license, or a full G license that expired more than 12 months ago
If you are renewing your license and are 80 years of age or older you might be asked to pass a driving exam
If you are reinstating a license that was suspended 3+ years ago
No matter what level your road test is, you should arrive 30 minutes before your scheduled time with a vehicle (owned, borrowed, or rented) as it will not be provided for you.
G2 Road Test
The G2 driving exam is designed to test your basic driving skills. It lasts around 20 minutes and is performed entirely on city streets, with no testing done on any 400-series highways. The examiner will have you perform basic driving maneuvers, including:
Starting, stopping and turning the vehicle
Obeying traffic stops and signs
Passing other vehicles and driving in passing lanes
Driving through all types of intersections (with lights and stop signs)
Forward, reverse, and parallel parking
Reversing, 3-point turns, U-turns
How long do you have to wait to get your G2?
If you are a new driver trying to get your G2 license for the first time, you have to wait 8 to 12 months after you pass the G1 written exam. If you complete a certified driving school, you only have to wait for 8 months instead of the full year.
What happens if I fail my G2 test?
If you fail your G2 test, you will have to wait 10 days before you can take it again. Depending on the time of the year, this could take longer if there are no bookings available.
G Road Test
The G driving exam includes everything from the G2 exam, but also tests you on more advanced driving skills- mainly, driving on highways. They last around 30 minutes and new drivers will need to have their G2 for at least 8-12 months before they can take the G road test. The skills you will be tested on that are new to the G exam include:
Merging onto a 400-series highway at the proper speed
Passing other vehicles and changing lanes
Exiting the highway
How many mistakes are allowed on the G and G2 driving tests?
There is no set number of mistakes that could lead to passing or failing a G or G2 exam. For instance, minor infractions like merging too late or failing to signal could just lead to negative points, while one major mistake such as speeding in a school zone would be grounds for an immediate fail. However, making too many minor mistakes could also lead to failing the exam.
What happens if I fail my G test?
If you fail the G road test you will have to wait around 10 days before you can take it again. It depends on how soon you can book an available time to take the test, so depending on the time of year it could take longer.