Ace Your 2021 G1, G2 and G Test
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G1 Test Practice
Questions in the sample quizzes are modeled on the actual test questions you will encounter in the official G1 exam. Learning the answers to these questions will give you the knowledge you need to complete your G1 exam successfully.
G2 Test Practice
We offer MTO approved online Beginner Driver Education (BDE) courses. We are the most widely used curriculum in the province of Ontario. Learning through us is a lot more efficient than simply trying to learn at your own or through other websites.
G Test Practice
We offer real-world scenarios that students may encounter at any time on the road (or road test). It is designed to help students learn the information they need to know to pass G road test in the province of Ontario.
Free course to help you pass your driving test
Free course to help you pass your driving test
We realize that practice is important for students preparing for important tests like this one. Therefore, we will offer these practice tests free of charge, with no “premium or paid” accounts. This way, you will be able to get the practice you need without being concerned about how your preparations are affecting your wallet.
As a further aid to learning and engagement, we will keep the website free of advertisements. That will eliminate one possible distraction that may keep you from learning.
Students have unlimited access to these practice tests. You can redo them as often as you wish so that you will be prepared for when you go to get your G1 license.
We realize that practice is important for students preparing for important tests like this one. Therefore, we will offer
these practice tests free of charge, with no “premium or paid” accounts. This way, you will be able to get the practice
you need without being concerned about how your preparations are affecting your wallet.
As a further aid to learning and engagement, we will keep the website free of advertisements. That will eliminate one
possible distraction that may keep you from learning.
Students have unlimited access to these practice tests. You can redo them as often as you wish so that you will be
prepared for when you go to get your G1 license.
Prep with our expert guidance
Preparation can help you learn what you need to know for operating a vehicle safely on the road. Once you have the
knowledge that you need for the G1 license, you are ready to begin the process of becoming a skillful driver.
To help you prepare for writing the G1 test, Trubicars is now offering practice tests on the materials covered in the
written exam. These tests can help you by:
- reviewing the basic material that you will need to know for the test
- giving you the background information you need for beginning your practical in-vehicle training in real-life
- giving you practice in the types of questions you will answer on the exam for your G1 license
- allowing you to find the areas that still need more study before you go for the test
- giving you more confidence as you prepare for the test and for driving
- helping you to use your time well as you prepare for the exam and move on to the next stage in your learning
Many of the questions in the sample quizzes are modeled on the actual test questions you will encounter in the official
G1 exam. Learning the answers to these questions will give you the knowledge you need to complete the exam successfully.
The curriculum at Trubicars is based on real-world scenarios that students may encounter at any time on the road. It is
designed to help students learn the information they need to know for the G1 written test. For additional help, we are
offering free practice tests to give students an idea of the kinds of information they need to know.
Topics for the practice tests include:
- the basics of driving in Ontario
- road signs and the rules of the road
- distracted driving, traffic lights, blood alcohol level and other issues that affect safe driving
- basic concepts such as headlights, U-turns, demerit points, etc.
- changing lanes, expressways, parking, hands-free devices
- managing unusual circumstances such as driving in fog, navigating uncontrolled intersections, etc.
- fines, traffic violations and demerit points
Still, driving involves lifelong learning. Even the most experienced drivers need occasional reviews of what they know.
We encourage you to come back to our website again and again to review the material or just to see what’s new.
Remember that you can never learn too much when it comes to driving. Each time that you encounter a new situation or
gain some additional knowledge, it can help you the next time you are out on the road.
Learning through a MTO approved course like the Trubicars system is much more efficient than simply trying to learn on
Through the Trubicars course, you learn the most important concepts for safe driving, structured in a way that maximizes
interest and minimizes repetition and boredom.
300+ practice questions
Choose your G1 practice test below
Practice Test 1
Practice Test 2
Practice Test 3
Practice Test 4
Practice Test 5
Practice Test 6
|Other Practice Test Sites
|Our Site (driversed.trubicars.ca)
|Some sites charge you
|G2 Practice Material
|G Practice Material
|MTO BDE Curriculum
Most frequent questions and answers
Turning 16 is an important milestone in life, with its promise of more freedom and independence. Getting a driver’s
license is a large part of that.
At age 16 in Ontario, you can write your G1 driving test and begin the process of earning a full driver’s license.
Preparing for the test involves learning the rules of the road and understanding the issues involved in operating a
vehicle on the road in all kinds of conditions.
To obtain a driver’s license in Ontario, you must be able to fulfill all three of these criteria, according to the
- be at least 16 years old
- pass a vision test (with glasses or contact lenses if necessary)
- pass the written test on rules of the road and traffic signs and signals
Applicants who are under 18 years old should be accompanied by a parent or guardian when going for the written G1 test.
Drivers need a wide array of knowledge to be able to handle the situations they encounter on the road. Here are some
- how to handle four-way stops
- what to watch for in school zones
- how to get out of a skid on an icy or wet road
- how to handle fatigue on long trips
You can learn about the rules of the road and the challenges of driving through:
- the official Ministry of Transportation Driver’s Handbook, available at https://www.ontario.ca/document/official-mto-drivers-handbook.
- an approved curriculum through an online driving school, such as Trubicars
Trubicars offers an interactive curriculum covering the different driving situations and scenarios that you are likely
to encounter. Topics covered in this course include:
- license classifications (G, M, etc.)
- dashboard symbols and warning lights
- signal lights, headlights, brakes and other controls
- basic rules of the road, such as speed limits, right-of-way rules, etc.
- issues such as driver fatigue, hazardous road conditions, the needs of different road users (such as cyclists or
Once you feel that you know the material well enough, you can book a test at a Service Ontario Centre or DriveTest
Information on locations and booking an appointment is available at the Service Ontario Service Finder website: https://www.services.gov.on.ca/sf/?_ga=2.234152093.2040431062.1611594312-1433769550.1609993166#/oneServiceDetail/137/ip/sr/t.
Testing sites are located in many towns and cities around the province of Ontario. Scroll down the page on the Service
Finder site to search for information on testing sites in different cities and towns in the province. You can search for
sites in your own town or check in a larger centre nearby.
Before going for your appointment, be sure that you have prepared for the test. If you need glasses or contact lenses to
see properly, be sure to have them with you.
Also be sure to have money to pay the test fee and anything else that you might need, such as allergy medication or
wrist braces. You want to have as few barriers as possible to passing the test.
Before you go for your test, check the website for the list of valid documents to be sure that you have the correct
identification before going to write your test. Also, remember to take the original documents with you as copies will
not be accepted.
As the Service Ontario website explains, you will need identification giving:
- your legal name
- your date of birth
- your signature
You are allowed to retake the G1 test if you fail the first time. However, retaking the G1 test involves time and money,
besides delaying your freedom to drive yourself wherever you want to go. With the right material helping you along, you
can pass the test the first time you write it.
With no interactive features, the handbook relies on a plain recital of the facts. Most people have trouble learning
The Trubicars system is different. We include:
- videos and other audiovisual segments to help engage students
- questions and points for further consideration to encourage students to engage personally with the issues
- material that appeals to the whole person, rather than just the intellect
- a wide range of topics, from beginner concepts to advanced material
- a more effective way to study for the G1, G2 and G tests and to gain a lifelong understanding of driving
- easy-to-remember tips for safe driving
- a step-by-step approach that gives insights into the whole process of driving, rather than just a part of it
- Practice Test 1
- Practice Test 2
- Practice Test 3
- Practice Test 4
- Practice Test 5
- Lane Changes
- Lane Changes
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