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Residents of Ontario must be at least 16 years old and have a valid Ontario driver’s licence to drive in this province.
Visitors to Ontario who want to drive while here must be at least 16 years old and have a valid driver’s licence from your own province, state or country. If you are visiting Ontario for more than three months, you need an International Driver’s Permit from your own country.
New residents to Ontario with a valid driver’s licence from another province, state or country can use it for 60 days after you move to Ontario.
If you become a permanent resident of Ontario, you must get an Ontario driver’s licence.
To apply for a licence, you must show proof of your legal name, date of birth (showing day, month and year of birth) and signature. Documents must be original and valid. Photocopies and expired documents are not acceptable. Bring the documents to a
Please check exactly what documents are accepted, as you will not be allowed to apply until you can prove your identity. MTO Check List
To get your G1, which remains valid for five years, it will cost $158.25. This includes the written knowledge test to get the license, and the road test you’ll need to take to obtain your G2. To access the online drivers handbook: FREE Online Driver Hand Book.
If you are a new driver with no experience you must wait for 12 months before you attempt your G2 Road Test Examination. If you register with an Ministry of Transportation Approved Driver Education Program you will be eligible to take the test in 8 months from your G1 issue date.
If you are a new resident to Ontario and have more then 3 years of driving experience in your country you have the option to by pass G2 Road Test and have one attempt on the G Road Test Examination. We highly suggest all applicants to give us a call to determine which test they should attempt. Please call us for more details at 1-800-241-7493.