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Question 1
RL2-34

What should drivers do if they become stranded in snow?

A
Get out of the vehicle and begin walking to get help
B
Run the vehicle’s engine no more than about 5 minutes every hour to stay warm while avoiding carbon monoxide poisoning
C
Build a fire for warmth and to signal for help
D
Keep the engine running so that people in the vehicle will not freeze
Question 1 Explanation: 
Being stranded in the snow can be dangerous for two main reasons: exposure to cold, and/or exposure to carbon monoxide that may occur in attempting to stay warm. If needed, to keep warm, drivers may run the vehicle’s engine, but should do so no more than about 5 minutes every hour. Running the engine longer or more often than this may result in carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide is a colourless, odourless poison, so drivers might not realize they are being exposed to it until it is too late. Drivers should be certain to avoid this exposure by limiting their use of the engine whenever the tailpipe is blocked by snow or any other object. It is always best to carry emergency equipment in the vehicle. Emergency blankets are a safe way to maintain warmth in this situation.
Question 2

RL2-40When turning left onto a one-way road to a one-way road you must:

A
Turn from the left curb lane to the left curb lane
B
Turn from the right curb lane to the right curb lane
C
Turn from the right curb lane to the left curb lane
D
Turn from the left curb lane to the right curb lane
Question 3
 

RL2-08The hand-and-arm signal for right turn is indicated by:

A
Arm straight out the window
B
Circular motion of the arm
C
Arm out and up
D
Arm out and down
Question 3 Explanation: 
If your turn signals and brake lights are not working, use hand and arm signals. After signalling, move only when it is safe to do so.
Question 4
RL2-13

Never change lanes without:

A
Signaling and decreasing speed
B
Signaling, checking the rear view mirror and checking blind spots
C
Honking the horn and providing the appropriate hand signal
D
Checking the rear view mirror
Question 4 Explanation: 
On multilane roadways, there is always the possibility that other vehicles are travelling in lanes to the right or left of the driver changing lanes. There is also the possibility that vehicles in other lanes are accelerating into the driver’s blind spot. For these reasons, drivers must always use caution when changing lanes, ensuring they signal to inform other drivers of their intention, then check their rear view mirror and blind spots to ensure it is safe to change lanes.
Question 5
RL2-28  

In good weather, what is the minimum following distance drivers should maintain between their vehicle and a motorcycle in front of them?

A
4 seconds
B
1 second
C
3 seconds
D
2 seconds
Question 5 Explanation: 
Motorcycles are harder to see because of their size. Drivers of these vehicles may make sudden moves because of uneven road surfaces or debris on the roadway. Because they are less protected, drivers of motorcycles are more likely to be injured in a collision. For these reasons, drivers need to maintain a larger following distance between their vehicle and a motorcycle in front of them. While a safe following distance for cars is 2 seconds, a gap of 3 or more seconds is safest when following a motorcycle.
Question 6
RL2-33

When driving on a highway near an exit ramp, what should drivers do if there are continuity lines to the right of their lane?

A
They are not required to do anything unless they want to exit; the lane is unaffected
B
They must merge with the traffic to their left
C
They must merge with the traffic to their right
D
They must exit because their lane is ending
Question 6 Explanation: 
Multilane highways often have two lanes that can be used to exit the highway at off-ramps; this allows for more traffic to move off the highway at the same exit. The right-most lane is required to exit: there will be a solid line to the right of that lane. The second exit lane usually offers the option of exiting or continuing along the freeway: it will have broken lines (continuity lines) to its right. Drivers in this extra exit lane simply continue to drive along the highway if they do not wish to exit.
Question 7
RL2-19

When a police officer motions them to go through an intersection where the light is red, what should drivers do?

A
Stop to make sure the police officer wants them to go through
B
Wait for the light to turn green
C
Obey the police officer’s signal and proceed
D
Call the police officer’s attention to the red light
Question 7 Explanation: 
Drivers must obey police officers’ signals. Police officers working intersections are usually present to direct traffic due to malfunctioning lights, construction, or an accident. Drivers should not stop in the middle of an intersection to speak to police officers. If drivers have questions about something that is occurring on the road, their safest option is to listen to a local news station. Failing to obey the directions of a police office will result in 3 demerit points.
Question 8

RL2-7

Pedestrians facing a flashing or steady red hand symbol should:

A
Race across the intersection as quickly as possible
B
Cross slowly
C
Not begin to cross the road. If they have already begun to cross, they should finish crossing quickly and safely
D
Wave at the red hand in order to be polite
Question 8 Explanation: 
Pedestrians should always obey crossing signals. Unfortunately, pedestrians sometimes cross when and where they shouldn’t. Drivers must yield right-of-way to pedestrians, even when pedestrians are ‘in the wrong’.
Question 9
RL2-22

A school bus with red signal lights flashing is stopped on a highway that has no median strip. What does the law require drivers to do?

A
Stop at least 20 m away if approaching the bus from behind or stop a safe distance from the bus if approaching from the opposite direction. Proceed only when the bus’ signal lights are no longer flashing
B
Proceed along the road, honking their horns loudly
C
Reduce speed and pass with care, watching for children who may be crossing the highway
D
Wait for approaching vehicles to pass, then pass
Question 9 Explanation: 
School buses that are stopped with their red lights flashing are either taking on or letting off passengers. In most cases these passengers will be children travelling to or from school. These children may need to cross the highway, and are supposed to do so in front of the bus while the bus driver waits with the red lights flashing, which is why it is the law that other drivers on the road must stop. Children can be excited or distracted, and may not be aware of other traffic on the road, so drivers must stop and permit children to cross the roadway safely. Failing to stop for a school bus that has its red lights flashing is illegal. Drivers who don’t stop can be fined $400 to $2,000 and get six demerit points for a first offence.
Question 10
RL2-15

How much insurance coverage is provided to an uninsured driver?

A
$10,000 insurance coverage
B
$15,000 insurance coverage
C
$20,000 insurance coverage
D
No coverage whatsoever
Question 10 Explanation: 
By law in Ontario, all drivers are required to have insurance coverage for their vehicle. Proof of insurance coverage is required to register vehicles, and for drivers to renew their vehicle plate permits. Drivers who drive illegally without insurance coverage have no financial recourse if an accident occurs, and will be held personally liable for all costs incurred. Uninsured drivers also risk the possibility of civil lawsuits which could lead to their personal bankruptcy. All drivers must obtain insurance coverage before driving. If borrowing a vehicle, drivers should be certain that they are covered under the owner’s insurance.
Question 11
RL2-29

Wet roadways can cause:

A
Loss of traction
B
All answers are correct
C
Poor visibility
D
Hydroplaning
Question 11 Explanation: 
Driving on wet roadways requires extra caution. Water spray can reduce visibility, so drivers should have their full headlight system on, and use windshield wipers and windshield wiper fluid as needed. Wet roadways can also cause loss of traction and/or hydroplaning. If this occurs, drivers should ease off the gas pedal to reduce speed naturally while maintaining control of the vehicle.
Question 12

RL2-36Special passing or climbing lanes let slower vehicles move into the right-hand lane so that faster ones can pass safely in the left lane.

A
True
B
False
Question 12 Explanation: 
An advance sign tells drivers they will soon have a chance to pass.
Question 13
RL2-25

The first time they reach 15 demerit points, fully-licensed G drivers will have their license:

A
Suspended for 7 days
B
Suspended for 6 months
C
Suspended for 15 days
D
Suspended for 30 days
Question 13 Explanation: 
At 15 demerit points, G drivers’ licenses will be suspended for 30 days from the date they hand over their license to MTO. Drivers can lose their license for up to two years if they fail to surrender it. After the suspension, the number of points on their driver’s record will be reduced to seven. At this stage, any further points could result in an interview, and if drivers reach 15 demerit points again, they will have their license suspended for 6 months. The demerit points system works differently for drivers with a G1 or G2 license. For more information on demerit points, please select the following link: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/dandv/driver/handbook/section4.6.0.shtml
Question 14
RL2-23

Fully licensed drivers (G license) may be required to attend an interview and/or re-examination of their driving ability at:

A
3 demerit points
B
9 demerit points
C
6 demerit points
D
15 demerit points
Question 14 Explanation: 
‘G’ drivers must attend an interview and re-examination when required. If they fail the re-examination test, their license can be cancelled. If they fail to attend the interview, or fail to give good reasons for keeping their license, their license may be suspended.
Question 15

RL2-37At an intersection where left-turn lanes are marked on the pavement….?

A
You can use it to pass slower traffic
B
Make your turn from the marked lane
C
Does not matter provided you signal
D
You can use it to park your car
Question 15 Explanation: 
At an intersection where left-turn lanes are marked on the pavement, make your turn from the marked lane. Keep this lane position as you turn onto the other road.
Question 16
RL2-5

What is the consequence for the third or subsequent occurrence of a driver caught with a blood alcohol concentration in the ‘warn range’ of 0.05 to 0.08?

A
An ignition interlock condition lasting six months
B
A mandatory alcohol treatment program
C
A 30-day license suspension and a $150 fine
D
All answers are correct
Question 16 Explanation: 
Drinking and driving is a serious and dangerous offense. It is always best not to drink if you need to drive, or to arrange alternate transportation if you have had any alcohol. Those who choose to continue to drive with their BAC in the ‘warn range’ even after prior warnings will face immediate and long-term consequences in an effort to ensure they properly understand the dangers of drinking and driving.
Question 17

RL2-4

If a traffic signal changes while a pedestrian is still on the street, who has the right-of-way?

A
The pedestrian
B
Motorists making a turn
C
Motorists coming from left
D
Motorists coming from right
Question 17 Explanation: 
Pedestrians must always be given the right-of-way, even if crossing illegally. It is never permissible to hit a pedestrian. If a driver accidently hits a pedestrian, it is illegal for the driver to leave the scene, even if the pedestrian initially appears unhurt. The driver must immediately stop, give the pedestrian any assistance required, and report the incident to the police.
Question 18
RL2-20

A solid line to the left of a lane means:

A
Pass only when there is no traffic in sight
B
It is unsafe to pass
C
Overtake and pass with caution
D
Pass as soon as it is safe to do so
Question 18 Explanation: 
Solid lines to the left of a lane are put there because MTO has determined that it is unsafe to pass along that section of the roadway. Drivers must not attempt to pass other vehicles when there is a solid line to the left of their lane, regardless of whether the line is white (marking another lane of traffic travelling in the same direction) or yellow (marking a lane of oncoming traffic). They should wait until a broken line (white or yellow) occurs to their left, determine if it is safe to pass, then do so properly.
Question 19
RL2-3

A flashing green light at an intersection where turns to the left and right are permitted indicates that drivers may:

A
Proceed straight through if the way is clear
B
Turn to the right if the way is clear
C
Turn right or left or go straight if the way is clear
D
Turn to the left if the way is clear
Question 19 Explanation: 
A flashing green light appearing on its own is a signal to indicate that drivers may proceed in any direction, provided the way is clear. It is not the same as an advanced left turn, which appears either as a green arrow or a flashing green light on a traffic signal with the red light displayed; this advanced left turn allows for turns only in the direction of the arrow, provided the intersection is clear.
Question 20
RL2-16

Under what circumstances could drivers lose their license?

A
Failure to pay a reinstatement fee
B
Failure to pay a traffic fine when ordered by the courts
C
Failure to attend a re-examination
D
All answers are correct
Question 20 Explanation: 
Drivers must not operate a motor vehicle while their license is under suspension. To reinstate their license, drivers must go to a Service Ontario location and pay a fine of $150. They may also need to take vision and road tests.
Question 21
RL2-32

Road test failures may result from:

A
Unsafe actions
B
Lack of skill and control
C
Difficulty obeying traffic laws
D
All answers are correct
Question 21 Explanation: 
Driver examiners will not issue a pass on a road test if the applicant breaks a traffic law during the test. They also will not issue a pass if the applicant lacks skill or control of the vehicle, has difficulty obeying traffic signals, or drives in an unsafe manner. At the end of each test, the examiner will give applicants a complete report of their skills and explain any mistakes they have made. If drivers fail the test, the report will show them where they need to improve. When they have had more practice, drivers can make an appointment to take the test again. Drivers must wait at least 10 days between tests.
Question 22

RL2-39The centre lane of some roads is used as a ….?

A
Two-way left-turn lane
B
Passing lane
C
Emergency parking
D
Short term parking
Question 22 Explanation: 
Remember that vehicles from the opposite direction also use this lane to turn left. As they wait in front of you, it may be hard for you to see oncoming traffic. Only go when you are sure the way is clear.
Question 23
RL2-10

When involved in a reportable accident, drivers must report this to their nearest provincial or municipal police…

A
Within 48 hours
B
Immediately
C
Within 24 hours
D
Within 72 hours
Question 23 Explanation: 
Drivers must immediately report accidents when an injury is involved, or when there is damage to vehicles or property over $1000. Failing to do so and/or failing to provide required information to the police may result in a fine of $200 to $1,000, 3 demerit points, a possible jail term and suspension of the driver’s license. Drivers must remain at the scene of a collision: the penalty for leaving the scene is seven demerit points.
Question 24
RL2-6  

A flashing blue light mounted on a motor vehicle indicates:

A
An ambulance
B
Snow removal equipment
C
A police emergency vehicle
D
A motor vehicle carrying explosives
Question 24 Explanation: 
Flashing lights on vehicles often indicate the purpose of the vehicle, and are useful to help drivers make appropriate decisions when these vehicles approach. For example, snow removal equipment, bearing a flashing blue light, takes up a full lane on the road and often moves much slower than other traffic. In many cases, drivers will choose to pass these vehicles when safe to do so, but during episodes of heavy snowfall it can be wiser to remain behind them and drive on the roadway they have cleared.
Question 25
RL2-35

What is meant by ‘overdriving’ the headlights?

A
It means that drivers are going so fast that their stopping distance is farther than they can see with their headlights
B
It means that drivers are overworking their headlights, increasing the likelihood that the bulbs will burn out
C
All answers are correct
D
It means that drivers are using their high beam headlights all the time
Question 25 Explanation: 
Overdriving the headlights is dangerous. Drivers who are travelling this fast will not see obstructions in the road in time to stop, and will most likely be involved in a collision as a result. Drivers are most likely to overdrive their headlights in conditions that limit visibility such as fog and heavy rain or snow. Drivers should always be certain to adjust their speed to the conditions of the road.
Question 26
RL2-1

A traffic signal with a red light and a green arrow indicates:

A
Stop and then proceed
B
Proceed with caution in the direction of arrow
C
The green arrow is for pedestrians only
D
Stop and wait for a green light before turning in the direction of the arrow
Question 26 Explanation: 
In many cases, traffic lights can be adjusted to help regulate the flow of traffic during rush hours. A green arrow pointing left at a traffic signal with a red light is an advanced green, permitting drivers to make left turns (provided the way is clear) before traffic in the opposite direction is permitted to travel through the intersection. A green arrow pointing right indicates that drivers may turn right without stopping, provided the way is clear.
Question 27
RL2-2

By law, drivers must report a collision to the police when a person sustains injuries, or when there is damage to vehicles or other property exceeding:

A
$500
B
$2000
C
$200
D
$100
Question 27 Explanation: 
Failure to report a collision when required to do so by law will result in a fine of $200-$1,000, three demerit points, a possible jail term and suspension of the driver’s license.
Question 28
RL2-11

If a commercial vehicle becomes disabled on the highway during a period that lights are required, flares or reflectors must be placed on the front and the rear of vehicle at an approximate distance of…

A
90 m
B
15 m
C
30 m
D
60 m
Question 29
RL2-18

When are drivers permitted to lend their license to someone else?

A
When the other person needs it for an emergency
B
When the other person is learning to drive
C
When the other person needs it for identification purposes
D
Never
Question 29 Explanation: 
A driver’s license is valid only for the person to whom it was issued: the only person permitted to use the license is the driver himself or herself. Drivers must never lend their license to someone else, not even to an underage friend who wants to buy cigarettes or alcohol. It is illegal to use another driver’s license for any purpose.
Question 30
RL2-9

How much time do drivers have to inform the Ministry of Transportation of any change of name or address?

A
Within 12 days
B
Until the next time they need to renew their license
C
Within 6 days
D
Within 28 days
Question 30 Explanation: 
The Ministry of Transportation requires up-to-date information on all drivers at all times for many reasons, so drivers are required by law to inform the MTO of any changes to names or addresses within 6 days.
Question 31
RL2-27

The Accessible Parking Permit?

A
Issued to an individual, entitles the vehicle in which it is displayed to be parked in a designated disabled parking space
B
Allows drivers to park in a disabled parking space even if the person with the disability is a not passenger
C
All answers are correct
D
Permits the person with the disability to park anywhere, including areas signed, “No Parking”
Question 31 Explanation: 
The Accessible Parking Permit is issued to individuals. In order to receive this permit, individuals must have a form completed by their doctor; this form is taken to MTO, where an accessible parking permit may be issued. The parking permit is to be used only by the individual for whom it was issued. It is not intended to be used by the individual’s family or friends. It should only be used when the individual is travelling in the vehicle. For example, a wife out shopping must not use her husband’s permit if her husband is at home caring for their children. The permit is for her husband’s use when he is an occupant of the vehicle.
Question 32
RL2-24

The Ministry of Transportation may suspend the license of G drivers after a 9 demerit point interview:

A
If the driver fails to attend the interview, or fails to give good reasons for being permitted to keep the license
B
If the driver does not have at least 5 years driving experience
C
The Ministry is not permitted to suspend licenses until drivers reach 15 demerit points
D
If the license is not needed for business purposes
Question 32 Explanation: 
If ‘G’ drivers reach 9 demerit points, the MTO considers them potentially dangerous to themselves or others on the road. As a result, they may be required to attend an interview to discuss their driving record, and/or may be required to attend a re-examination of their driving ability. Drivers must attend the interview, and must be prepared to give good reasons for keeping their license, or their license may be suspended.
Question 33
RL2-12

The best way to stop quickly on wet or icy roadways is to:

A
Do not brake. Release the gas pedal and let the vehicle slow down and stop on its own
B
Brake hard and hold the wheel firmly to prevent the vehicle from skidding
C
Brake firmly. If the wheels lock, release and reapply the brakes in quick succession until the vehicle comes to a stop
D
Apply the brakes as usual; do not brake hard
Question 33 Explanation: 
When drivers need to stop quickly on wet or icy roadways, the safest method to use is threshold braking, which involves braking until just before the wheels begin to lock, then releasing and reapplying the brakes as needed until the vehicle comes to a stop. Newer vehicles equipped with ABS braking systems do this work for drivers, making a thudding noise, and a jerking sensation which can be somewhat disconcerting the first or second time it occurs. Drivers should familiarize themselves with their vehicles and understand how to brake effectively in case of an emergency.
Question 34
RL2-17

What documents may police officers require drivers to produce?

A
All the answers are correct
B
The ownership papers for the vehicle being driven
C
A pink insurance slip for the vehicle being driven
D
Their own valid driver’s license
Question 34 Explanation: 
Drivers must always have their own valid license, as well as the pink insurance slip and ownership papers for the vehicle being driven. If drivers do not have the pink insurance slip, they can be fined up to $400.
Question 35
RL2-31

What actions should be taken when a vehicle’s brakes fail?

A
Use the emergency brake and honk loudly to warn other drivers while looking for a soft collision point
B
Pump the brakes rapidly and shift into a lower gear
C
Wave down the nearest police officer and shout for help
D
Press on the brakes as hard as possible until they re-engage
Question 35 Explanation: 
Drivers should remain calm in this and all emergency situations. If the brakes fail, drivers should pump the brakes rapidly, as this may prompt the brakes to begin working again. Shifting into a lower gear will help slow the vehicle because this causes the engine to work harder. Drivers should be careful not to accelerate in this situation, something that could easily happen if they panic and act without thinking.
Question 36
RL2-14

When approaching a railway crossing where an electrical or mechanical signal device is warning of an approaching train, drivers must:

A
Accelerate and cross the tracks as quickly as possible
B
Stop at least 1.5 m from the nearest rail or gate
C
Slow down and proceed across the tracks with extreme caution
D
Stop at least 5 m from the nearest rail or gate
Question 36 Explanation: 
Drivers must use caution around railway crossings. Trains can travel at high speeds, and are not able to stop suddenly. If a signal device is warning of an approaching train, it is dangerous to attempt to cross the train tracks. Drivers should never attempt to drive under or around railway barriers, even if they do not see a train approaching.
Question 37

RL2-38If you are reversing straight back or to the right….

A
Turn your body and head to the right and look back over your right shoulder
B
Turn your body and head to the left and look over your left shoulder
Question 37 Explanation: 
While firmly holding the steering wheel, put the gear selector in reverse and turn sideways in your seat to look over your shoulder in the direction you are moving.
Question 38
RL2-21

When approaching an intersection that is blocked with traffic, what should drivers do?

A
Stop and wait until the traffic ahead moves on before entering the intersection
B
Make a U-turn and find another road that does not have a traffic jam
C
Keep as close as possible to the car ahead
D
Honk loudly to warn cars ahead to start moving
Question 38 Explanation: 
Whenever an intersection is blocked or partially blocked by traffic, drivers must not enter the intersection. Drivers should only enter an intersection when the way is clear and if they are able to travel all the way across the intersection. If a traffic light has turned yellow, and traffic ahead is stopped just at the edge of the intersection, drivers must not enter the intersection, since they will not be able to clear the intersection immediately, and will block traffic.
Question 39
RL2-30

What is the safest action for drivers to take when their vehicle drives over black ice?

 
A
Put the vehicle in neutral and steer in the desired direction
B
Brake hard while maintaining a firm grip on the steering wheel
C
Calmly remove their foot from the accelerator and steer in the desired direction
D
Calmly remove their foot from the accelerator and steer immediately to side of the road
Question 39 Explanation: 
Driving over black ice can be dangerous because it can result in uncontrolled skidding if handled improperly. The safest course of action is to ease off the accelerator, maintain control of the vehicle, and steer in the desired direction. Drivers should avoid panic and should avoid hard braking. Drivers must not put their vehicle in neutral, because they will no longer have proper control of the vehicle.
Question 40
RL2-26

What should drivers do if they feel drowsy while driving?

A
Reduce speed
B
Open the window for some fresh air
C
Turn up the radio
D
Stop in a safe area and rest
Question 40 Explanation: 
It is very dangerous to drive while drowsy. If they begin to feel drowsy, drivers should pull over and rest in a safe area. Drivers should be certain that they are fully awake and alert at all times while driving.
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Take Ontario Driving Practice Test to Get License in First Attempt

Are you all set for getting your driver’s license in Ontario? You must be but the thing which can be daunting is the process of clearing the exam. Are you aware of the process of getting a license in Ontario?

If not, then here in this piece we will walk you through it and also share the benefit of taking the Ontario driving practice test before the exams.

Well, without wasting any more time, let’s jump to the process.

How To Get a Driver’s License in Ontario

Ontario Driving Practice TestIf you choose to get, upgrade, reinstate, or swap a driver’s license in Ontario, you’ll have to take one of three forms of examinations or exams. Before you can drive on the highways, you must pass the knowledge, lane, and vision tests. Both checks are performed by a DriveTest employee at a DriveTest Centre in the province. All three tests are mandatory and explained in detail below.

  • Knowledge/Written Tests – The very first test you need to pass for getting a driver’s license in Ontario is a knowledge or written test. It is also known as the G1 test. Drivers trying to renew or reinstating their Canadian driver’s license or transferring a foreign driver’s license could be required to take another knowledge exam. The test will contain multiple-choice questions with 2 and 3 sections. The time limit provided is 20- 30 minutes to complete the exam. It comes in 20 languages but major levels are either in English or french. To pass the exam you need to have at least an 80% of score.
  • Road Tests/Driving Exams – You will be required to undergo two kinds of road tests for the G2 and complete G-levels of the Ontario driver’s license. Before obtaining a full license, new drivers must complete all driving tests. These tests are basically to check driving skills. The G2 driving exam is intended to assess your fundamental driving abilities. It lasts about 20 minutes and takes place exclusively on city streets, with no testing on highways in the 400-series. The G driving assessment covers everything included in the G2 exam, but it also provides a test of more specialized driving skills, mostly highway driving. They last about 30 minutes, and new drivers must have had their G2 for at least 8-12 months before taking the G road exam.
  • Vision Test – In Ontario, the driver is responsible for maintaining driver’s license records up to date, including the vision status. If you no longer need glasses, you must pass a Vision Test at a DriveTest Center and have your vision doctor complete a form to affirm your status.

How to Pass Ontario’s G1 Test

Now as we have mentioned earlier the very first step is to pass the G1 test which might seem hard if you haven’t prepared well. The test contains a multiple-choice question that covers traffic signs and laws of the road. So to pass you need to know all about it. The level of difficulty of the exam depends on the factor of how much you have prepared for it. You should be able to pass the exam if you read the MTO handbook closely and are familiar with the road rules and signs. Learn the G1 sample questions and grasping the driving situations would also help a lot.

Why Ontario Driving Practice Tests Necessary to Pass the Exam?

Now even after reading the handbook, most people lack confidence or get nervous before the exam. Why is it so? The reason for the same is they haven’t taken any practice tests to boost their confidence. Practice assures you that whatever you learned is there as long as you pay attention to the question asked in the exams. However, the official website has a practical question but that questions are not just enough to provide you with encouragement. There are many websites that are offering free or paid tests that can help you master the G1 syllabus. The easiest way to train for the first series of Ontario driving tests is to take as many Ontario G1 or M1 practice tests as possible. You are significantly to pass the real Ontario’s Ministry of Transportation driving examination on the first attempt until you are fully familiar with the quality and format of the Ontario driving test.

These sites not only provide practice tests but also offer handbooks so that you can learn all about the exam. These tests are designed in a way that will give you practice answering the same kinds of questions you’ll notice on the real G1 written test. All the questions are from the recent MTO Driver’s Handbook. Plus, the pattern of scouring is the same as the real examinations.

Not just this, these practice tests are based on difficulty too So that you will be prepared for the easy and hard part as well. Most often people take 1 or 2 practice tests and draw a conclusion that it is enough to pass the examination. Our advice is to take as many as possible practice tests. The more practice test you will take the more confidence you will get and the less fear you will have about the real examination.

By taking the practice tests you will improve your chances of clearing the G1 test in the first attempt itself.

The Final Thought

That’s all! We know the process can be a little tricky or daunting but keep in mind nothing comes easy. And getting a license is one step towards a responsible citizen of the country. So, don’t screw your chances by not taking a practice test. It does not help you learn about the road and safety rules but also enhances your chances of getting a license first compared to your friends.

So what is coming in your way of getting a license? To be very honest, nothing. Just study hard and take more practice tests and voila! There you have it.

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