Ontario G1 Practice Tests
Use the following Ontario G1 practice tests to study for your G1 written test.
Depending on your study style, you can choose to study by individual topics (22 topics available), do a G1 test simulation (randomly selected multiple choice questions), and/or challenge yourself to the ultimate G1 marathon test that includes all of the test questions for the Ontario G1 Test.
This is our Ontario G1 Knowledge Test simulator – same passing score and number of questions as the real test, different EVERY TIME you re-take this test.
What do you do if you get into an accident in California? Take this FREE ON G1 practice test to learn all about the rules and regulations when you are involved in an accident.
Never drive under the influence! Take this FREE ON G1 practice test to learn all about alcohol and drugs while driving, including regulations related to DUI and penalties specific to Ontario.
Find out all the Common signs in Ontario and what they mean. Take this FREE ON G1 practice test to learn about what each Common sign means.
Learn about the best practices regarding safe distance while driving in Ontario. Take this FREE ON G1 practice test to learn about safe following distance.
Learn about HOV signs in Ontario. Take this FREE ON G1 practice test to learn all about what each sign means.
Learn about information and directional signs in California. Take this FREE CA permit practice test to learn all about what each sign means.
Learn about how to make a safe lane change in Ontario. Take this FREE ON G1 practice test to learn all about how to make a safe lane change.
Traffic lights are signalling devices that control flows of traffic to promote safe driving. Take this FREE ON G1 practice test to learn all about traffic lights and what they mean.
Driving is not simple. Take this FREE ON G1 practice test to learn all other important aspects of driving, including emergency responses and driving exceptions.
Parking is an essential part of driving. Take this FREE ON G1 practice test to learn all about parking, including how to park, where to park, and rules of parking.
Traffic regulations are rules that you must follow to promote safe driving. Take this FREE ON G1 practice test to learn all about regulations of the road.
This test shows you all the regulatory signs in Ontario. Take this FREE ON G1 practice test to learn all about the regulatory signs in Ontario.
Seat Belts are mandatory in Ontario. Take this FREE ON G1 practice test to learn all about seat belts and other types of child seat requirements in Ontario.
Speed limits are set to promote safe driving. Take this FREE ON G1 practice test to learn all about how fast you can drive on various roadways and in different areas of Ontario.
Learn about temporary condition signs in Ontario. Take this FREE ON G1 practice test to learn all about what each sign means.
Traffic is the movement of road users. Take this FREE ON G1 practice test to learn all about traffic rules, safe practices, and how to share the road with other road users.
Learn important tips on Vehicle Control. Take this FREE ON G1 practice test to learn all about how to control your vehicle.
Do you know how to operate the lights on your vehicle? Take this FREE On G1 practice test to learn all about vehicle lights, where they are, and when to use them.
Applying for your Ontario G1 License
What is the minimum age to apply for a driver license in Ontario
In Ontario, you may apply for your G1 license starting at age 16.
What documents will I need to submit when applying for a driver's license in Ontario?
When applying for your license you need to show the following:
- Legal Name
- Date of Birth
- Original Signature
These can be documents such as a Passport (Canadian or Foreign), Canadian citizenship card with photo, Ontario Photo card, Employee/Student Authorization Form, Birth Certificate and etc.
How do I contact my nearest Ministry of Transportation (MTO) Office?
There are 56 centers and 39 travel points across the province ready to serve you. You can find your closest MTO location by going to www.drivetest.ca/en/loc/Dec.aspx.
Getting Ready for Your CA Permit Test
On the California permit test, what will I be tested on?
The permit test is comprised of written questions about California state-specific traffic laws, road signs, and rules of safe driving. The test questions have been created from material found in the California Driver Handbook and cover a range of topics including what’s a safe stopping distance and who has the right of way. In addition to passing the written exam, you will also need to pass a vision screening.
What is the best way to study for the California permit test?
Although the CA driver’s handbook is the source of truth when it comes to writing the California permit test, it can be confusing to study from it. Our FREE CA DMV Practice Tests contain questions that are 100% accurate and based on the driver’s manual. We break down the topics into 13 easy to understand practice tests. Focus on road signs, speeding limits, traffic violations, defensive driving techniques and proper yielding situations. And whenever you get a question wrong, we tell you WHY on the spot so you won’t make the same mistake again. When you done studying the individual topics, take our FREE CA DMV marathon test and CA DMV permit test simulator to assess your readiness for the real test. Remember, you can take our prep tests as many times as you want until you are 100% ready.
Is driver’s education required in order to get an California learner’s permit?
YES you do if you are under 18 years old. You DO NOT need it if you are over age 18.
Is there a mobile California DMV Practice Test app for my iPhone/iPad and/or android device(s)?
Yes, there is. In fact, our FREE DMV Practice Test app (DMV Hub) has over 2 million downloads to date. We make passing the DMV permit test even easier with features like smart timer and in-app analytical tools that tell you if you are ready to take the real test or not. You can download our app from the App Store or Google Play.
How many questions are on the California DMV Test?
There are 46 multiple choice questions on the California DMV driver license written test.
What's the passing mark for the California DMV Test?
You must get 39 questions out of 46 correct on the California DMV test in order to pass.
Taking Your CA Permit Test
How do I sign up for my permit test in California?
To sign up for your written permit test in CA,You must sign up for your California permit through the DMV office. Call or go online to www.dmv.ca.gov in order to schedule an appointment.
Which DMV office should I go to take my permit test in California?
It doesn’t matter which DMV office you go to, but most people choose to go to a DMV office nearest to them. You may use the regional maps to locate a field office by region. DMV offices are open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday (except holidays) between 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. and Wednesday from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
How do I pass the California permit test?
To pass your California permit test, you are expected to know California traffic laws, road signs, and rules for safe driving. All material will be taken from the California Drivers Handbook, which is what our FREE DMV practice test questions are based on. Subjects will cover sharing the road, meaning of road signs, navigating Intersections, speeding consequences, drinking and driving laws. There will be 46 questions on the exam. You must score at least 39 out of 46 to pass. Remember, You are NOT allowed to use the driver’s book during your permit test. You are being tested on your ability to recall the rules of the road. Prepare yourself before you go in and you will see that you can do well without the manual.
I failed my California permit test, what should I do?
If you fail your test, don’t stress out, you may reschedule to take it again after 7 days. You get 3 shots to take it before having to pay another $31 application fee.
I passed my California permit test! Now what?
Congratulations! Now that you’ve passed your written test, you must wait at least 6 months before applying for your road test. During this time, you must complete 50 practice hours on the road with a California licensed driver age 25 or older. At least 10 of those hours must be done at night. If you are under 18, you must also complete driver’s education class and complete 6 hours of professional driver’s training.
When can I take my road test?
After getting your learner’s permit, you must wait at least 6 months before applying for your road test. During this time, you must complete 50 practice hours on the road with a California licensed driver age 25 or older. At least 10 of those hours must be done at night. You must also complete driver’s education class and complete 6 hours of professional driver’s training. Once you have prepared yourself and met all of the requirements mentioned above, you may schedule your road test.
Who may I have in the car with me while driving in California with a permit?
If you only hold a learners permit, you must have a California licensed driver age 25 or older sitting next to you at all times. You are allowed to have others in the car as well; however, they must be seated in the back wearing a seat belt.
New to California
Will I have to pass a road test when I move to California from another state？
As long as you are prepared to surrender your out-of-state license, there is no need to pass a driving test in California if you already hold a valid driver’s license in another state. However, if you do not have your out-of-state license, you will have to take the driver’s test. You have 10 days after becoming a resident to apply for your license.
Is my out-of-state learners permit valid in California?
Your out of state permit will NOT be accepted unless you can provide proof from your driver’s education and training in the other state. You can prove this by showing either:
- Form DL 33 “To Secondary Schools Other Than California Schools”. You may get this form from your local DMV office or by calling the DMV at 1-800-777-0133. You will need to send Form DL 33 to your out-of-state secondary school to complete.
- A letter from the out-of state secondary school on the out-of-state secondary school’s stationery signed by a school official saying that the courses you have taken are equivalent to a California secondary school course.
Where do I find more driving-related information when moving to California?
If you have further questions regarding driving in California, you should contact your local DMV or by logging on to www.dmv.ca.gov.