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    Many Canadians are waiting to book an in-vehicle driving test as lockdowns prevented people from doing so. Ontario said starting next week they will allow individuals to book an in-vehicle driving test. 

    The Ministry of Transportation made the announcement Monday that they will resume province-wide on June 14. At that same time, soon-to-be drivers will be able to start booking their G1, G2, M1, and M2 tests at DriveTest centers across Ontario. The G1 is a written theory test the can be taken if the person is 16 years or older. The G2 in the in-vehicle test can be taken if the driver had their G1 for a year unless they did driving school. The M1 and M2 tests are specifically for motorcycles.

    In a Tweet, the Ministry said “Due to high demand, tests are available on a first-come, first-served basis,” In-vehicle passenger tests have been restricted since April 3, which was when the province shut down. If anyone is looking to book a road test visit DriveTest.ca for more information.

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