By clicking submit I agree to be contacted by Frank Leo via call, email, and text. To opt-out, you can reply 'stop' at any time or click the unsubscribe link in the emails. Message and data rates may apply. Privacy Policy

    Individuals waiting to book a driver’s test in Ontario will no longer have to wait. Starting June 14, Service Ontario will resume operations and conduct G1/G2 road tests provincewide. In-vehicle passenger tests have been restricted since April 3, when the province entered lockdown.

    The Ministry of Transportation said that if you already booked a test it will be honoured, but did not supply any other details. They said due to the back log of people still waiting on a test, they will “add more test appointments throughout the summer.”

    The Ministry also will invest over $16 million to increase road testing capacity across the province. This will hire up to 167 additional temporary driver examiners to expand road testing hours and introduce Saturday and Sunday road tests. Weekend road tests will be at locations where demand is the highest. Drive tests are only done through appointments and Service Ontario wants people to avoid showing up without an appointment.

    For more information about the source click HERE