Questions cover changing lanes, the use of hands-free devices, driving on expressways, parking, hydroplaning, and keeping a safe distance.
This members-only set covers must-know topics like U-turns, railway crossings, proper use of headlights, vehicle insurance, license suspencion, and demerit points.
This test challenges you on distracted driving fines, traffic lights, maximum speed limits, cell phone use, blood alcohol levels, and more.
Questions cover roundabouts, intersections, overtaking other vehicles, and driving on highways. Two sections: Road Signs and Road Rules.
A great place to start as it covers the basics of driving in Ontario. Each question comes with a hint and a detailed explanation.
The following 15 multiple-choice questions are designed to help you get a rough idea of how much you already know about driving rules in Ontario, Canada. These are the practice questions that are most often missed by our users. This test will help you quickly identify gaps in your knowledge of driving, which will be especially useful if you’re just starting to prepare for your G1 knowledge exam. Each of our practice tests uses real questions straight from the source — the official Ontario Ministry of Transportation Driver’s Handbook. All our materials are based on the same topics as the official G1 exam. Please note that on the official test, you’ll have to answer t0 multiple-choice questions in two section (20 for road signs and 20 for rules of the road). Good luck with these practice questions and with the actual test.