Q1) How do I pay for a driving course?
A1) We accept online payments and all widely available options like cards, cash or cheque.
Q2) How can I sign up?
A2) You can either contact us by phone, come into our office, or complete the “Contact Us” form on our website so that we will contact you and set up the package and set up your lessons.
Q3) Do you offer MTO Certified BDE Course?
A3) Yes, we offer MTO certified BDE Courses.
Q4) Can I avail insurance discount?
A4) Please contact your insurance company for more about insurance discount; if you are eligible, you can avail it with us.
Q5) What is the period of this driving course?
A5) As per the MTO guidelines, it takes 12 complete months to finish the course. Get G2 4 months earlier.
Q6) I missed a driving lesson. What next?
A6) Please contact us as early as possible so that we can reschedule your missed driving lesson.
Q7) What is the difference between classroom training and online training?
A7) Both the training modes have the same content. The only difference is how this training is executed.
Q8) How can I avail the reward scheme?
A8) You can if you are eligible! You have to pass the exam in the first attempt with zero faults. For more details, kindly contact us.
Q9) What if I do not pass the driving test in 12 months?
A9) You will have to apply for a new admission and will have to pay fees for the same.
Q10) Is there a refund policy?
A10) Refunds will be issued before starting driving course. No refunds will be issued after the course has begun. We are always happy to reschedule your driving course rather than refunding.
Q11) Can I use my own car for driving lessons?
A11) No, for your safety (and ours) we can only use our dual control vehicles for lessons.
Q12) How much do driving lessons cost Toronto?
A12) Driving lessons cost depends on the packages. Please visit this URL for further detail Driving Lesson Packages
Q13) How long does it take to complete driving school in Ontario?
A13) It takes 20 hours to complete the Classroom instruction or Self-paced Learning. Flexible 10 hours can be completed in any time frame. Also, In-Car Driving Lessons will take 10 hours. The Entire program must be completed successfully in order to obtain MTO Driving Certification. For further details fill out this form and we will reach you shortly Contact Us Form
Q14) Are driving lessons worth it
br> A14) We highly recommend young drivers to take proper driving lessons before start driving, as this could be a life long learning experience and can help to make our roads much safer.
Q15) Should I join a driving school?
A15) Taking a driving course from a reputable driving school before you get your G2 can help you make a safe and better driver. The knowledge you gain during this educational process will help you understand traffic laws and rules and techniques you may require to handle various driving conditions.
Q16) Do I need to make an appointment for Ontario G1 tests?
A16) The Ontario G1 tests are given on the 'first come -- first served' basis. You should plan your visit before the centre closes, otherwise there will not be enough time for the document.
Q17) When can I get my G2 Driver's licence?
A17) You can get you G2 Driver's licence after 12 Months.
Q18) Do you provide Driving Lessons in Newmarket?
A18) We do provide In-Car Driving Lessons in Newmarket as well as in nearby areas (Aurora, Barrie, Richmond Hill).
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Q19) Who is responsible for issuing driver's licenses and vehicle registrations in Ontario?
A19) The Ministry of Transportation Ontario (MTO) is responsible for issuing driver's licenses and vehicle registrations in Ontario. Immigrants often have questions about obtaining an MTO certificate (driver's license) in Ontario. Here are some top questions and their answers:
Q20) How do I apply for a driver's license in Ontario?
A20) To apply for a driver's license in Ontario, visit a DriveTest Centre to take a written knowledge test, vision test, and eventually a road test. You must bring proof of identity, residency, and legal presence in Canada.
Q21) What are the different types of driver's licenses available in Ontario?
A21) Ontario offers various types of driver's licenses, including G1, which is a learner's permit for cars, vans, and small trucks; G2, a provisional license for the same vehicles; G, a full driver's license for cars, vans, and small trucks; M1, a learner's permit for motorcycles; M2, a provisional license for motorcycles; M, a full motorcycle license; and commercial licenses, which include class A, B, C, D, E, and F.
Q22) Can I exchange my foreign driver's license for an Ontario license?
A22) Depending on your country of origin, you may be able to exchange your foreign driver's license for an Ontario license without taking any tests. Check the MTO website for the list of eligible countries.
Q23) What is the Graduated Licensing System in Ontario, and how does it work?
A23) The Graduated Licensing System is a two-step process that helps new drivers gain experience and skills gradually. It consists of obtaining a G1 license (written test), progressing to a G2 license (first road test), and eventually getting a full G license (second road test).
Q24) What are the eligibility criteria for obtaining a driver's license in Ontario?
A24) Eligibility criteria for obtaining a driver's license in Ontario include being at least 16 years old, passing a vision test, and successfully completing a written knowledge test.
Q25) How can I prepare for the written knowledge test and driving test?
A25) To prepare for the written knowledge test and driving test, study the Official MTO Driver's Handbook, practice driving, and consider taking a certified driver education course.
Q26) Where can I find study materials and practice tests for the written knowledge test?
A26) Study materials and practice tests are available in the Official MTO Driver's Handbook and on various websites, such as the MTO website and third-party driving education providers.
Q27) What languages are the written knowledge test and driving test available in?
A27) The written knowledge test is available in multiple languages, including English and French. For other languages, contact the DriveTest Centre for available options. The driving test is typically conducted in English or French, but an interpreter may be allowed for the knowledge test.
Q28) How much does it cost to obtain a driver's license in Ontario?
A28) The cost to obtain a driver's license in Ontario varies depending on the type of license and tests required. Check the MTO website for current fees.
Q29) What is the process for registering my vehicle in Ontario?
A29) To register your vehicle in Ontario, visit a ServiceOntario Centre with the required documents, such as proof of ownership, a completed vehicle registration form, valid insurance, and proof of residency.
Q30) How long do I have to exchange my foreign driver's license for an Ontario license after moving to the province?
A30) You have 60 days to exchange your foreign driver's license for an Ontario license after moving to the province.
Q31) Can I drive in Ontario with an International Driving Permit (IDP)?
A31) You can drive in Ontario with an International Driving Permit (IDP) for up to 90 days. After that, you must obtain an Ontario driver's license.
Q32) What are the requirements for new residents regarding auto insurance in Ontario?
A32) New residents must obtain auto insurance from a private insurance company. It's mandatory to have a minimum coverage, which includes third-party liability, accident benefits, and uninsured automobile coverage.
Q33) Do I need to take a driving course to obtain an Ontario driver's license?
A33) Taking a driving course is not mandatory but is recommended, as it can help improve your driving skills and may qualify you for an insurance discount.
Q34) How long does it take to obtain a full G license in Ontario?
A34) Obtaining a full G license takes a minimum of 20 months in the Graduated Licensing System, assuming you pass all required tests on your first attempt. After 12 months with a G1 license, you can take the G2 road test. Then, you must wait a minimum of 12 months with a G2 license before taking the G road test to obtain the full G license.
For more information, visit the MTO's website https://www.ontario.ca/page/ministry-transportation or contact the MTO directly to get answers to any specific questions or concerns.
Q35) What are the benefits of BDE Digital Course?
A35) A Beginner Driver Education (BDE) Digital Course is an online driver education program that offers several benefits. It provides convenience by allowing you to access the course anytime and anywhere with an internet connection, enabling you to learn at your own pace and on your own schedule. Digital courses are generally more affordable than traditional in-person driving courses, making them accessible to a wider range of learners. The interactive learning experience uses multimedia content, such as videos, animations, and quizzes, to create an engaging learning environment that helps students retain information better. Online courses also ensure consistent and up-to-date content by regularly updating it in line with the latest traffic laws, regulations, and best practices. Progress tracking features help students monitor their learning progress and identify areas where they may need more practice or review. Successfully completing a BDE Digital Course may qualify you for an insurance discount, as some insurance companies offer reduced rates for new drivers who have taken an approved driver education course. Additionally, a comprehensive BDE Digital Course will cover all aspects of driving, including road signs, traffic rules, vehicle control, and safe driving practices, helping you feel more confident and better prepared when taking the written knowledge test and road test to obtain your driver's license.
Q36) What are the policies of MTO regarding G1, G2 and G?
A36) The Ministry of Transportation Ontario (MTO) implements specific policies and regulations for each stage of the Graduated Licensing System, which includes G1, G2, and G licenses. These policies aim to ensure that new drivers gain the necessary skills and experience before obtaining a full driver's license. For the G1 license, applicants must be at least 16 years old, pass a written knowledge test, and always be accompanied by a fully licensed driver with at least four years of driving experience. G1 drivers must maintain a Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) of 0.0%, ensure all passengers wear seatbelts, and abide by highway and time restrictions. When progressing to the G2 license, G1 drivers must wait at least 12 months, or 8 months if they have completed an approved driver education course, before taking the G2 road test. G2 drivers must maintain a BAC of 0.0% and follow passenger restrictions if they are aged 19 or younger. All passengers must wear seatbelts, and the number of passengers must not exceed the number of functioning seatbelts. To obtain a full G license, G2 drivers must wait at least 12 months before taking the G road test, which assesses advanced driving skills, high-speed driving, and defensive driving techniques. G license holders must follow the legal BAC limit of 0.08%, though drivers aged 21 or younger and commercial drivers must maintain a BAC of 0.0%. Once a driver has successfully passed the G road test, they are granted a full G license, allowing them to drive without any Graduated Licensing System-related restrictions. However, they must still adhere to all traffic laws and regulations in Ontario.
Q37) What are the common mistakes students make that result in failure of G1, G2 and G2 Tests?
A37) Common mistakes that may result in failure of the G1, G2, and G tests can vary depending on an individual's driving skills and knowledge. However, frequent mistakes that students make during each stage of the testing process include inadequate preparation, misunderstanding questions, and rushing through the G1 written knowledge test. For the G2 road test, common mistakes include failing to observe and obey traffic signs and signals, poor lane discipline, inadequate speed control, insufficient mirror and blind spot checks, improper turns, and issues with parallel parking and reversing. In the G test, which is an advanced road test, mistakes often involve poor merging and exiting on highways, inadequate space management, insufficient hazard awareness, an inability to handle complex driving situations, and failing to demonstrate defensive driving techniques. To minimize the chances of failure, students should thoroughly study the Official MTO Driver's Handbook, practice their driving skills in various conditions, and consider taking a certified driver education course.
Q38) How do I replace a lost or stolen driver's license and what is the process for obtaining a duplicate license?
A38) If your driver's license is lost or stolen, the first step is to report the loss or theft to the police and obtain a police report or report number. Then, you should visit a ServiceOntario location to apply for a replacement driver's license, bringing appropriate identification documents, police reports, or documentation related to the loss or theft. You will need to pay a replacement fee at the time of your application. After completing the application and paying the fee, you will receive a temporary driver's license that is valid for 90 days. Your permanent driver's license will be mailed to you within a few weeks of your application. It's important to keep your temporary license with you while you wait for your permanent license to arrive. The process for replacing a lost or stolen driver's license may vary depending on your province or territory, so it's best to check your local ServiceOntario or MTO website for specific requirements and procedures.
Q39) How do I book a road test appointment and what documents do I need to bring with me?
A39) To book a road test appointment, you should visit the website of your province or territory's Ministry of Transportation or ServiceOntario and follow the instructions for booking a road test online or by phone. You will need to provide personal information such as your driver's license number and the type of road test you wish to take. On the day of your road test, you will need to bring your valid driver's license, a vehicle that meets the requirements for the type of test you are taking, and any other documents or fees required by your province or territory, such as proof of insurance or registration. Be sure to arrive at the test location early and be prepared to follow the instructions of the examiner.