Tests.ca, as part of the Driving-Tests.org network, was founded on the universal belief that everyone can be a safe driver.
We’ve made it our mission to build a driver education platform that empowers people to increase their knowledge of how to be safe behind the wheel. Through technology, we’ve simplified the process of preparing for the driver's knowledge exam and made it accessible to anyone who wants to drive.
Since 2010, we’ve helped over 50 million aspiring drivers pass their knowledge test. We've partnered with over 2,000 libraries and organizations like NOYS, National Safety Council, Roadway Safety Foundation and Motorcycle Safety Foundation helping make our roads safer for all.
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We understand how important it is to have complete transparency about our test creation methods, especially since we work with educational non-profit organizations, like schools and libraries. We employ the best and brightest minds in curriculum design to ensure your time with the site is nothing short of amazing. Our professional writers actually take the time to look at each state’s driver’s license manual. A test is then created using the information directly from the manual.
Quality Control and Updates
Once a practice test is ready, we triple-check each test before uploading it, to ensure the fewest errors possible. Additionally, once available publicly, each question has a button for reporting any issues, and we encourage and appreciate feedback from test-takers, teachers, parents, librarians, or any other parties interested in driver safety. We’re always happy to open a dialogue and correct any concern in a timely manner. We understand how important accuracy is, since we base our tests on driver’s license manuals, so when manuals are updated, our questions get updated as well. We constantly monitor the official websites for every province, and make certain that any test questions affected by a manual’s update are immediately updated on our site, too. We also update the free electronic copy of the state’s driver’s license manuals on our site, normally within a few days after the official source.
Since Tests.ca’s inception, we have made every effort to seek out like-minded driver safety organizations for partnerships. First, there are our partnerships with libraries and academic organizations, for which we provide free pages that allow students and patrons to take permit practice tests. We carefully designed these pages with everything that we felt would be important to non-profit organizations that focus on community outreach for younger people studying to get their driver's licenses. They are completely free of charge, update automatically, feature no advertisements, and collect no personal information. We understand how important this last feature is for our partners that work with minors, in particular, so that we can help ensure privacy and safety for all our users. So far, we work with over 2,000 organizations, with more joining every day. We started this program at Driving-Tests.org first, once we realized that libraries and schools were ideal outreach points to spread our safety message to new drivers, and the response has been overwhelmingly positive. If you have any questions, or to join, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our mission has also made us the ideal partner for several national non-profit organizations dedicated to driver safety. We encourage you to visit these partners and learn more about each one’s focus on driver safety:
If you have any questions about our partnerships or represent a driver safety non-profit that would like to partner with Tests.ca for community outreach, please contact us at email@example.com.
Tests.ca is a part of Elegant E-Learning, Inc., a nine-year old company with a proven track record of revolutionizing online education. Tests.ca is part of a plan to fill a gap in driver safety by making free driving practice tests written by experts available to anyone who wants to study, along with online copies of official state study guides. To help achieve this goal, our company has also created driving practice sites for the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, India and Canada.
We try to do better than other practice sites, in terms of providing quality tests and protecting your privacy, because at Tests.ca, we don’t just care about drivers of the future – we care about people right now. We understand that the internet is inundated with sites of varying safety and effectiveness that feature driver permit practice tests. Often, these sites ask for personal information before allowing individuals to take the tests, despite logic indicating that most individuals who need to practice for their driver’s permit will be under the age of 18. They feature questions taken verbatim from manuals or state practice tests without any original writing. We simply strive to overcome all of these issues, by doing everything we’ve already mentioned on this page. If you ever have a question about the legitimacy or transparency of our partnerships, our tests, our writing process, or any other aspect of Tests.ca, please don’t hesitate to ask. We’re dedicated to safety, and we want to be able to provide any answers that you should ever need.
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