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To get an Ontario G1 Learner's License, you must be at least 16 and pass a two-part written test on road signs and rules. After passing, you must hold the G1 for a minimum of 8-12 months before taking a road test for the next license level. The test costs $158.25, and the official handbook provides study material. The test uses the same scoring as the real exam, ensuring familiarity with the format.
Ontario driving licence
To get an Ontario G1 Learner's License, you must be at least 16 and pass a two-part written test on road signs and rules. After passing, you must hold the G1 for a minimum of 8-12 months before taking a road test for the next license level. The test costs $158.25, and the official handbook provides study material. The test uses the same scoring as the real exam, ensuring familiarity with the format.
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To drive a truck in Ontario, you need a Class A or D commercial license. Class A lets you drive any truck with a trailer over 4,600 kg if you have the air brake endorsement. Class D is for trucks over 11,000 kg without heavy trailers. Both require being over 18, another Ontario license, a vision test, a knowledge test, an entry-level training course, and a road test with an appropriate vehicle.
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General Knowledge: Required for All Classes

This section is required for all commercial licence classes. It encompasses an array of topics that every commercial licence holder must know regardless of their specific licence class. These topics include understanding traffic laws, safe driving practices, basic vehicle operation, handling emergency situations, and more. You'll also learn about the effects of fatigue, distraction and impairment on a driver's ability.

Class A Licence (also known as AZ)

Class A lets you drive a wide range of commercial vehicles, like tractor-trailers or flatbeds. You can haul any size trailer with an A license. The "Z" in "AZ" means you have an air brake endorsement. That means you've proven you know how to use air brakes, which are often used in large, heavy vehicles. Make sure you also complete the "Air Brake Endorsement" section below. The Class A knowledge test covers general trucking knowledge, safety protocols, and large vehicle management, including specifics of handling large trailers.

Class B Licence: School Bus (25+ passengers)Complete all 550 questions

A Class B commercial license allows you to drive vehicles such as school buses, special activity buses, and any bus with designed seating capacity for more than 24 passengers.

Class C Licence: Large Bus (25+ passengers)Complete all 550 questions

A Class C licence allows you to operate buses designed to carry more than 24 passengers and ambulances. This includes city buses, coaches, and other large passenger vehicles. The Class C knowledge test covers large vehicle and passenger management, safety protocols and transportation in a public transit setting. The cost includes application and test fees, with tests including written and road components.

Class D Licence (also known as DZ)Complete all 72 questions

A Class D licence allows you to drive heavy trucks and tow larger vehicles. The Class D knowledge test encompasses general commercial vehicle operation, safety, and handling of heavy vehicles. With the written and road test involved, the fees include application and test costs. As with the AZ, the "Z" tells people you can operate vehicles with air brakes. Make sure you also complete the "Air Brake Endorsement" section below.

Class F Licence: Small Bus, Small School Bus, Taxi, Ambulance

A Class F licence allows you to operate regular buses not carrying more than 24 passengers, such as an ambulance or small bus. The knowledge test would involve specific understanding of operating lighter passenger vehicles and handling of vulnerable populations. Costs include both application and test fees, with associated exams structured as written and road tests.

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CVOR (Commercial Vehicle Operator's Registration)

CVOR isn't just another certification; it's a testament to a business's commitment to safety, compliance, and professional transportation standards in Ontario. Essential for operating commercial vehicles like trucks, tow trucks, and buses, CVOR serves as the 'driver's license' for businesses. Dive into our comprehensive practice tests, crafted from Ontario's official guidelines, and ensure your enterprise is ready to hit the roads with confidence and competence.