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Book and pay for individual road tests online, including tests for classes G, G2, M, M2, A, B, C, D, E, F, and Z.

Please note, novice class licences expired between March 1, 2020 and December 31, 2022 are extended to December 31, 2022 to complete the required testing to maintain their licence or graduate to the next level of licensing.

A driver’s licence and an Ontario Photo Card or a driver’s licence/photo ID card from another province, state or country cannot be held at the same time.

If you have an Ontario Photo Card or a photo ID card from any other province, state or country, you must turn in your existing ID and any driver’s licences when applying for an Ontario driver’s licence.
Please inform DriveTest if you have ever held an Ontario Photo Card, even if it is expired or cancelled, when you apply for a driver’s licence. Not doing so may delay getting your driver’s licence.
If you have an Ontario Photo Card and want to get a driver’s licence, you must give up your Ontario Photo Card. Your Ontario Photo Card will be cancelled upon successful completion of the required testing. If you wish to re-apply for your Ontario Photo Card, you must give up your driver’s licence.

Mandatory Entry-Level Training for Commercial Class A Truck Drivers

Effective July 1, 2017, all new applicants applying for full commercial Class A or AZ driver’s licences must complete an entry level training course with an approved training provider, registered with the province, prior to completing a road test. If the course is not complete on the day of your road test, your test will be deemed out of order and you will lose 50% of your road test fee and rescheduling will be required.

Drivers who already have a Class A licence, and those seeking a restricted Class A licence will not be required to complete the training.

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DriveTest Online Road Test Booking System Updates Underway

Our new online road test booking system is open for business. However, the DriveTest team is actively working to improve it, and some customers may experience technical difficulties in making their road test bookings on this website. We apologize for any inconvenience.
If you need help while making or changing a road test appointment, please visit a DriveTest Centre or contact us.

Vehicle Requirements for Your Road Test

Want to learn more about the vehicle requirements for your road test?

Learn More About Vehicle Requirements

For Commercial Driver Training Schools Only

Back-to-Back Block Booking Arrangements

Commercial road test applicants may choose to use a commercial training school vehicle for their road test. Commercial training school road test bookings are made by the school, in writing (fax or in-person), at a local DriveTest Centre using a form.

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