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All about road tests
Road tests check your driving skills. You will be tested on your ability to apply the rules of the road and safe driving practices.
The Level One road test deals with basic driving skills. The Level Two road test deals with more advanced knowledge and driving skills.
When you feel qualified to drive safely and confident enough to take your road test, contact a Ministry of Transportation Driver Examination Centre to make an appointment. Make sure you have your valid driver's licence or proof of your knowledge test. The fee for a knowledge test is $10.00.
There are specialized road tests for classes A to F and for air brake operation.
The fees are:
Class G1 or M1 Road Test $40.00
Class G2 or M2 Road Test $75.00
Class A, B, C, D, E, F Road Test $75.00
Air Brake (Z endorsement) Practical Test $40.00
You must bring a vehicle for each of your road tests. Make sure it is a vehicle of the appropriate class and is in good working order. Bring your current licence on the day of your road test appointment. If you are a Level One driver, a fully licensed driver with at least four years of driving experience must come to the test centre with you.
During the road tests, no pets or passengers, other than the driver examiner are allowed in the vehicle. The examiner may stop or refuse to start the driving test if:
your vehicle is not in good working order;
you have been drinking alcohol or show any signs of impairment from alcohol or drugs;
your driving skills are not good enough to finish the test without risking the safety of yourself, the examiner or other road users.
The examiner will explain the test and you should simply follow her or his instructions. The examiner is not allowed to coach you during the test, so if you have any questions, ask them before you begin.
At the end of each test the examiner will give you a complete report of your skills and explain any mistakes you made. If you fail the test, the report will show you where you need to improve. When you have had more practice, you can make an appointment to take the test again but you must wait a certain amount of time between tests.
For Class M1 and M2, you must wait three days.
For Class G1, G2, A, B, C, D, E, F, and Z endorsement, you must wait 10 days.
You can book your road test by phone by calling 1-888-570-6110 or, in the Greater Toronto Area, 416-325-8580. Make sure you have your valid learner's permit or proof of your written test before you call. The recorded message will guide you through the booking process.
For more information, contact the Toronto Call Centre at (416) 235-2999 or toll free at 1-800-387-3445.＜本文发表于: 相约加拿大:枫下论坛 www.rolia.net/f ＞
Page Link: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/dandv/driver/roadtest.htm