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Laws and Rules of the Road Practice Test - Canada DMW Driver Test
iOS Universal Education
Laws and Rules of the Road Practice Test - Canada DMW Driver Test is the application that will help you to prepare for your Driver License Exam.
This application is designed for passing the example test according to the Canadian Department of Motor Vehicles' rules and handbook.
Where To Take The Tests?
You may take the written, vision, and behind-the-wheel driving tests at any DMV field office that provides driver license services.
Knowledge and vision tests are required when you apply for an original driver license or upgrade to a different class of driver license.
Who Must Have a Driver License?
Canadian residents who drive on public highways or use public parking facilities must have a driver license.
Canada's driving age is determined on a province-by-province basis; generally it is 16 to learn and the solo driving age.
Learner's permit (G1):
Available at the age of 16, with the passing of a multiple choice road theory test and an eye vision test (G1 test), a G1 licence is issued which allows the learning driver to drive on roads accompanied by a full G licence driver with four years of driving experience whose blood alcohol content (BAC) is less than 0.05. Proof of four years experience is indicated on a licence with four dots. The driver also cannot drive on 400-series highways and other high-speed expressways (unless accompanied by a licensed instructor) or between 12:00 AM – 5:00 AM and must maintain their own BAC at zero.
Probationary licence (G2):
Available after having held a G1 licence for 1 year, or eight months if the driver has completed and passed a ministry-approved driver education course. Probationary licence is acquired after successfully completing a road test. The driver can now drive without an accompanying driver at any time and on all Ontario roads and highways. Though, the driver must still maintain a BAC of zero and restrict passengers to the number of working seatbelts. As of September, 2005, teenage drivers with a G2 licence are restricted in the number of passengers under 19 that they can carry during night-time driving.
Full licence (G):
After 1 year of possessing the G2 licence, a driver must take an additional road test that often includes driving on a highway. With successful completion, they will obtain a full licence, which carries no restrictions and are not required to take any further tests until the age of 80, provided they renew their licence every five years. Drivers aged 21 and under must still have a blood alcohol level of 0, even with a full G licence. Drivers 80 and over must complete a vision and knowledge test and participate in a 90-minute group education session to renew their licence, and the maximum number of years that a licence can be issued for is two years.
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