How to lower your car insurance costs



Getting a driver’s license in Ontario is a crucial process for young people. The most important requirement for driving a car on the roads of Ontario is a driver’s license. However, you need to have a valid owner’s permit, license plate, and insurance. Depending on several variables, some of which are beyond your control, car insurance can be a significant expense. There are some ways to lower this monthly or yearly cost, though, as there always are with car-related expenses.

Why is the insurance cost more expensive for new drivers?

Studies show that young and new drivers are more likely to have an accident while driving. Inexperience and, most of all, carelessness are the most important reasons for the high risk of accidents. Because of this, the increased risk of accidents also leads to an increase in insurance costs for young people in Ontario. It is also worth remembering that: In Ontario, individuals under the age of 25 are considered young and forced to pay more insurance.

Factors that are difficult to replace insurance expenses

Insurance cost in Ontario varies depending on many different factors. It is difficult to replace some of them under the current conditions. Age, gender, and place of residence are some of them. For example, if you are a male under the age of 25, you will pay considerably high insurance costs. Because men have a greater risk of having an accident than women and young people are likely to cause an accident while driving. If the traffic congestion, crime, and theft rates in the place where you live are high, as well as if there is little indoor parking, you will again face more insurance expenses.

What should young people pay attention to pay fewer insurance premiums?

As we mentioned above, age, gender, and place of residence are some of the factors that young people will not change to reduce their insurance premiums, whereas insurance premiums for young people can be significantly reduced as a result of paying attention to some issues. Now let’s explain them in order:

  • Buying the correct car that suits your purpose: You should make your car choice from well-known brands that can meet your purpose, are compatible with the city of Ontario, accepted safety components, and are not overly luxurious cars. Thus, insurance costs can be reduced.

  • Choosing the right coverage: The type of coverage you have is one of the main variables affecting your auto insurance rates. You should check the Ontario regulations to choose the basic policy that will cost less than collision and comprehensive coverage. If you want to reduce the cost of your auto insurance, you can select a plan with a greater deductible. Be advised that, doing so may raise your risk if your coverage is reduced or you choose a high-deductible plan. If you choose this course of action, be aware that if you file a claim, you might have to pay more out of pocket.

  • Searching the insurance companies: Different insurance companies may give different prices for the same conditions. Some companies evaluate the exemptions differently and can organize advantageous campaigns for young people. These issues should be investigated before entering into an insurance agreement.

  • Examine the advantage of bundles:  Insurance companies do not stick to car insurance only. Home insurance, workplace insurance, and health insurance are some of the areas. Companies can offer very advantageous price offers for each insurance if the insurance is made in a package. Therefore, this issue becomes worth studying.

  • Enroll in a Ministry-Approved beginner driver education course: Completing the BDE course in a driving school officially authorized by the ministry in Ontario, provides a valuable insurance discount for you. You will learn the rules of driving in more detail. You will have a chance to take the G2 road test 4 months earlier than usual and a great insurance discount.

    Get in touch with us or see the details for beginner driver education packages here.

10 Tips to Pass G2 and G Road Tests

10 Tips to Pass the G2/G Road Tests

I wonder, why is excessive stress done to pass the stages necessary to obtain a driver’s license? Why can’t many people do the things they do easily during normal times during a road test? In this article, where you will find answers to these and similar questions, we will present you with the most important 10 things needed to pass the G2 and G road tests in Ontario. Come let’s take a look…


1. Before the road test, get at least 2 hours of training from an MTO-certified driving instructor who has experience in road test routes. Practice a lot to reinforce this training in your free time. See our in-car training packages here.


2. Complete all your preparations before the road test, be confident, and get rid of tension. Remember that in the road test you will repeat the topics that you have already studied, and do the things that you know.


3. Once in the car, ensure environmental control. Fasten your seat belt, and test the signal lights. After that, turn off the music systems, and adjust the seats and mirrors for yourself.


4. Be in control when you leave. Do not forget to signal both during the first take-off and when changing lanes while driving. Do not forget to make a safe return by checking the incoming traffic during the turns.


5. Take your time and be very careful with the speed limits. Do controlled driving, do not be either fast or slow. Move within the speed limits.


6. Pay extreme attention to traffic signs, lights, and especially areas where you need to stop while driving. Avoid sudden brakes, so react to possible lights and signs on the road.


7. Do not lose control when you are asked to stop and park your car by the examiner. Never forget to use the parking brake while parking, and release the parking brake when moving again.


8. If you are asked for parallel parking, make a shoulder check with your head turned, not in the mirrors. Getting enough practice in this regard will have a very positive effect on your road test success.


9. Be calm and responsive to the examiner’s instructions. At the same time, do not compromise driving safety. Especially for lane changes, check your mirrors and blind spots before you change lanes, give a signal, and switch to the other lane in a controlled manner.


10. Another aspect that affects your driving safety during the road test is whether you can reason against threats from the environment. Environmental control, foresight, and controlled behaviour against possible mistakes of other drivers will be effective in passing the road test.


The 10 tips mentioned above will help you a lot to pass the road tests not only in Ontario but also anywhere in the world.


If you are in the G2 waiting period, you may complete our MTO-approved Online Beginner Driver Education (BDE) course and be eligible for the road test 4 months earlier than usual. Also, you will have an insurance discount with the MTO certificate. See the details here.


We wish you all success on your road test.



How Could a Driving School in Ontario Provide You a Car Insurance Discount

‌How Could a Driving School in Ontario Provide You a Car Insurance Discount‌?

Learning to drive is an important milestone in Canada as it is all over the world. Driving gives people a sense of freedom. There are also some costs that this feeling will bring to you, and one of them is insuring the car that you own. Insurance costs could be very high, especially for young and new drivers. 

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There are ways to reduce the cost of insurance in the province of Ontario for young and new drivers. One of these ways and perhaps the fastest one is to complete a ministry-approved beginner driver education (MTO-approved BDE) course. 

What is the Beginner Driver Education?

Beginner Driver Education or BDE is a driving course approved by Ministry of Transportation (MTO) that is totally 40 hours. It could be 30 hours of online and 10 hours of in-car lessons or 20 hours in-class and 10 hours of homework and 10 hours of in-car lessons. With Master Drivers’ Online BDE course, you may avoid all the pandemic risks; stay safe, study from anywhere and anytime at your pace. 

How much does the driver’s education save on insurance Ontario? 

There are a number of factors that go into calculating car insurance rates. In general, driving schools will take 10 percent off the insurance rates. This can add up to large savings as young and new drivers are consider high risk drivers with them frequently paying huge insurance premiums. The average cost of attending driving school is around six hundred dollars. While it is possible to shop around in order to find a cheaper driving school this six hundred dollar cost should be considered an investment towards getting cheaper car insurance.

  • A seventeen-year-old driver would receive a car insurance rate around of $7,000 per year without the beginner driver education (BDE) and around $5,250 per year with BDE certificate.  This might result in a $1,750 annual savings. Currently, a BDE course costs around $600.  A teenager driver would face similar rates over a three-year period. This means that attending driver’s school could result in a $5,250 savings over the course of three years. As a result, obtaining a MTO-approved Beginner Driver Education certificate is a really appealing investment.
  • As a result, we can definitely say that taking a BDE course from an MTO approved driving school is a very smart and right choice for young and new drivers for car insurance discount.
  • Not forgetting one of the most obvious benefits of driving school is that it makes young and new drivers, safer drivers which should reduce the risk of them being involved in an accident and then having higher insurance rates.

Ontario MTO shortening G road tests

The Ontario government says road tests needed to obtain a class G licence will be will be temporarily shortening due to the removal of the backlog caused by the lockdown last year with the effect of COVID-19. 

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The modified G road test is in effect until March 31, 2022, but the MTO will continue to monitor testing levels and may extend the date if necessary. The G2 road test remains unchanged. The aim of this temporary modification for G Road test is reducing a backlog caused by COVID-19 restrictions and closures.

So what is changed on the G Road Test?

“As we temporarily pause these duplicative, discretionary components of the G test, we will continue to enforce the fundamentals of the G test while using modified, more direct routes to and from road test locations, which will enable a 30 per cent increase in appointments to be booked each day,” said MTO spokesperson Dakota Brassier  [1]That means MTO will remove some elements from the G test that are also assessed in the lower-level G2 test, such as parallel parking, three-point turns and roadside stops. The routes to and from testing locations will be modified so they are more direct. These changes will make the test shorter, which will allow more tests to be booked and completed. Of course, this modification did not make everyone happy.

This modification made in the G Road test was criticized by Brian Patterson- the president and CEO of the Ontario Safety League-. He made statements that he found it wrong to modify the tests that have been tried and experienced for 25 years, the tests performed in 15 minutes will not give fair results, that low standard drivers may pass these tests, and that this may lead to serious accidents on the roads in the future. Although Patterson’s statement is thought to be true, it should not be forgotten that this situation is temporary. In addition, since the elements removed in the modification have already been observed in the G2 road test, this modification is not thought to cause major problems. As a result, it should be noted that the purpose of this modification is to reduce the backlog. Of course, experienced Road test observers are going to certainly not put substandard drivers to this test.

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Ontario MTO-approved Online Beginner Driver Education BDE Course

‌Ontario MTO-approved Online Beginner Driver Education BDE Course‌

What is the difference between in-class Beginner Driver Education and Online Beginner Driver Education courses?

There is NO DIFFERENCE. The Beginner Driver Education (BDE) is 40 hours (30 hours theory and 10 hours in-car) of a driver training program approved by the Ministry of Transportation Ontario (MTO). This course is offered by driving courses located in Ontario both in-class and online. The Online BDE is just the alternative method of the in-class curriculum. It provides studying regardless of location and time. The most important point is becoming eligible to take the G2 road test (G1 exit test) 4 months earlier and have a discount on your insurance upon completion of the course. Master Driving School (Master Drivers) offers online BDE that is a self-paced course and is available 365/24/7. See details here.

How do I get an online BDE certificate?

Get in touch with us or see our BDE packages, pay online via credit card or e-transfer, start your course today, complete the online portion, and schedule your in-car lessons via our online booking system. There is no need to have a full G License to attend the BDE Course and to get a BDE certificate. Depending on your driver’s license, all drivers who have completed a BDE Course at the G1 level can reduce their waiting time at this level by around 12 to 8 months. As required by MTO regulations, it requires students attending this course to complete the BDE process within one year. 

How can I get my G2 in 8 months?

All drivers wishing to become fully licensed in Ontario must complete a driver training process called the Graduated Licensing System (GDL). During this process, it is necessary to pass the G1 Written Test (also known as the G1 knowledge test), G2 and G road tests. If you get these pieces of training from MTO-approved driving schools, the process of obtaining a driver’s license will be shorter. For example, it is possible to obtain your G2 license one year after receiving your G1 license under normal circumstances. However, if you complete the BDE course, there are two significant advantages. The first of these is that a person with a G1 driver’s license can reduce the time to participate in the G2 road test from 12 months to 8 months. In other words, the period can be shortened by 4 months, and a person can get G2 in 8 months. The second important advantage is that those who have completed the BDE course and received an MTO certificate can get a discount when insuring their car.

How many times can you fail your G road test (G2 exit test) in Ontario?

Briefly; there is no limit to repeating this test. Anyone who has failed the G road test should wait at least 10 days to take the test again. In the meantime, it would be useful for you to work harder. We kindly and strongly recommend trying our experiences (including ex-examiner) in-car training instructors to feel comfortable before your road test. The 10 days can be extended only according to your request or the tightness of the appointment calendar.

How do I get my driving school certificate from Service Ontario?

When you have completed our BDE course, you will be given online approval by Master Driving School. Thanks to this online report, it will also be determined by the Ministry of Transport that you have completed your driving school. However, to get official and written proof that you have completed the course, you must obtain your Driver’s License History from any Service Ontario Office building or request your official document by mail. The most important aspect here is that the Driver’s License History certificate can only be obtained by the driver’s license holder.

Is it mandatory to take lessons from a driving school in Ontario?

NO, it is not a must to go to a driving school to get your driver’s licence, but it is always recommended that learning from experienced instructors and taking comprehensive courses make people more knowledgeable and comfortable on the road. Enrolling in a Ministry-approved driving school is recommended due to the efforts of the government to improve road safety and reduce traffic accidents. The most important advantage of enrolling in a MTO-approved driving school is to be able to start the G2 road test only 8 months after passing the G1 written test. If you do not get this driver’s education, you will have to wait a total of 12 months. Master Drivers is one of the approved driving schools and offers both online courses and in-car lessons in multiple locations in multi-languages.

See all programs and fees here, pay online, study online,
be ready and feel comfortable before your road test.

Getting Ontario G Driver’s Licence

Get Your G Driver’s Licence, Grab Your Life

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As a newcomer or an immigrant in Ontario, it’s essential to handle basics to feel settled and grasp your life firmly in no time. Speaking of the basics; first of all, you need to earn your freedom to transport yourself!

It’s not only about travelling around or socializing but also about becoming more qualified and opening up to a new range of job opportunities. Furthermore, some certain job positions require a driver’s license; even if they don’t, it shines on your CV.  And it’s not even that hard.

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As a primary step of getting a driver’s license; you can take your G1 Written (Knowledge) Test in 23 different languages in Ontario, in case you think your English -as a second language- isn’t sufficient. G1 Written (Knowledge) Test consists of 40 multiple-choice questions (20 questions for each section) that cover Rules of the Road and Road Signs.

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Of course, you’ll need a good instructor on your way to becoming a master driver. You can learn everything you need from Master Drivers Online G1 Preparation Course that is 270 minutes of online and self-paced training and covers 15 pieces of G1 Practice Tests. Also, we offer that  those tests in English, French, Chinese, Hindi, Arabic, and Turkish.

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After you get your G1 License, your 12 month Level One (G1) period will last until the G2 Road test. But, if you complete our online Beginner Driver Education (BDE) that includes 30 hours of online course and a minimum of 10 hours of in-car training, you become eligible to book your road test 4 months earlier and have a great discount on your insurance.

You can target a new job or have the chance to create a better life. Whatever your decision or demand is, getting a driver’s licence is a fundamental step to take without hesitation. So, get it right now, by the right way with the help of the right instructors of Master Driving School.

Procedures for Getting a Driver’s Licence as a Foreigner in Ontario

Procedures for Getting a Driver’s Licence as a Foreigner in Ontario‌

One of the first problems for foreign citizens who want to settle in Ontario is the need to get a driver’s licence to drive. What does a foreigner in Ontario need to do to get a driver’s license? What are the stages of obtaining a driver’s license in Ontario? What considerations should be considered? Is it possible to get a driver’s license in Ontario by a shortcut? In this article, we will try to explain these things to you. 

Foreign citizens are only allowed to drive in Ontario with their own country’s driver’s licenses for 2 months. At the end of this, you need to get a valid driver’s license in the state. In Ontario, a three-stage examination process is required to obtain a driver’s license. These processes are G1, G2, and G. Now let’s briefly tell you about these processes. For details, you can get in touch with us (Master Driving School).

Exchange of Licenses for Countries with Mutual Jurisdiction

The province of Ontario has license exchange agreements with all Canadian provinces and territories, including Canadian Forces in Europe. However, Ontario has license exchange agreements with Australia, Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, The Isle of Man, Japan, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, Republic of Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan, and The United States.

Drivers coming to Ontario from these countries will be able to get a valid G driver’s licence in Ontario. The only necessary condition for this is that they have an equivalent driver’s license. Those who have less than two years of driving experience need to enter the Second Level of the graduated driver’s license system. If you have a total of two years of driving experience, you can take a Second-Level road test to gain full driving authority.

Exchange of Licenses for Non-Reciprocal Jurisdictions

Foreigners from countries that do not mutually have a license exchange agreement with the province of Ontario, after applying for a driver’s license;

  • Must provide a valid driver’s license belonging to their country,
  • Must successfully pass a vision test,
  • Must be successful in the knowledge test,
  • Pay the necessary fees for the driver’s license,
  • Must present a valid identity document.


Anyone who meets the requirements listed above can have a G1 driver’s licence. The 12-month driving experience period required to take the G1 exit exam can be shortened by combining driving experiences in Ontario and a foreign country. However, the successful completion of the initial driver training course approved by the ministry allows this period to be reduced to eight months.

In statements on the experience of driving in Ontario, up to 12 months, the applicant’s discourses may be taken into account. Formal proof should be put forward in higher experience statements.

Official documents on the declaration of experience can be obtained by applicants from embassies/consulates or the institution issuing the driver’s license. This document must be translated and approved in English or French. A 24-month driving experience in Ontario and a foreign country is required from all applicants before the G2 exit exam. For driving experiences to be valid, the experiences of the last three years are taken into account.

Getting a G1 License

To have a G1 license in Ontario, the first requirement is to be over the age of 16. After that, it is necessary to pass a written test on traffic rules and traffic warning signs. In this written test, 20 questions are asked on each subject. For each test, you need to answer 80% correctly. So you must have at least 16 correct answers in both exams. 

Sample questions about this training and exam, also conducted by the Master Driving School, are available in abundance on the internet. By solving these tests, you can prepare for the G1 Test. Foreigners who do not have enough knowledge of English also have the option to take the exam in their language for free. Currently, there are more than 20 different language options, and you can take the G1 test in your language. You may take our G1 Knowledge Test Preparation Course or the practice tests in English, French, Hindi, Chinese, Arabic, or Turkish to feel more confident before the exam.

Immediately after you take the G1 Test in the province of Ontario, your exam result is announced by the authorities. If you succeed in the exam, you are given a temporary driver’s license. Your card is mailed to your address 2-3 weeks after that. If you did not succeed in the G1 test, you can immediately re-enter the exam by paying a fee of about $ 20. If you want, you can repeat the same exam at a later date. If you failed only one subject in the exam you entered on traffic rules and traffic warning signs, you will take the exam again from that section.

When you get a G1 driver’s license; to go to traffic, you must have someone with a 4-year G driver’s license. To drive on highways, you must have a licensed steering instructor with you. Even if you have a G1 driver’s license, it is decidedly forbidden to drink alcohol or drive between 12 and 5 hours at night.

Getting a G2 License

The third and final step to obtaining a driver’s license in Ontario, Canada is the G driver’s license. 1 year after obtaining a G2 driver’s license, you can take the exam to obtain a G driver’s license.

In the G exam, it is necessary to pay attention to procedures similar to the G2 test. In addition, you are checking whether you are driving safely on the highway. You have to connect to the highway at 100 km, which is the maximum speed applicable to the Ontario highway rules. Taking into account the availability of the road, long-term exceeding or falling below 100 km is among the reasons for failure.

Another important consideration is blind spot control. In Ontario, Canada, simply checking the rear-view mirror or side mirrors is not considered sufficient to obtain a driver’s license. During lane changes, observers are paying attention to whether you look back quickly and detect the blind spot.

Every person who receives a G driver’s license can use any vehicle, including a commercial vehicle, at any time, on any road. It can last up to a glass (0.05 BAC) of alcohol. Both car insurance and fines paid increase if more alcohol is taken.

Finally, we want to inform you about some important details that will be useful.

  • If you have a driver’s license belonging to your own country, having it translated by a sworn translator or receiving a translation from the consulate will allow you to pass the G1 and G2 exams.
  • You can use your car to take the exams. If you want to use the exam center’s tool, you will need to pay an additional fee.
  • As in Ontario, driving traditions in other countries and cities are different from each other. That, in turn, those who come from foreign countries should be familiar with the traffic rules of Ontario. It would be useful for you to study the Official MTO Driver’s Handbook and the website of the Ministry of Transportation to find out these rules in advance.


How is the procedure for obtaining a driver’s license for those who come from outside Ontario (other states or countries)? We are waiting for your questions and comments on this article, in which we answer the question. Master Driving school officials can talk to those who are stuck in your head about these and similar issues.

Safe Driving Tips

Safe Driving Tips

Getting a driver’s license is not a sufficient stage for driving safely. And it takes more than that to get an Ontario driver’s licence. Knowing the rules of safe driving is important for everyone, not just those who will get a driver’s license. Safe driving is necessary to prevent material damage or fatal accidents. Here are the most common simple driving safety tips.

Speed is Disaster

The most serious obstacle to safe driving is the passion for speeding. Speeding is the main cause of accidents and the main source of sadness. So even if you have to catch up somewhere, stay away from speeding.

Plan Your Ride Properly

Carefully determine your travel plan before you start driving. Calculate which routes to use, where to take a break, how long you want to reach the goal. Take your time, this planning is a must for safe driving.

Adjust Following Distance

One of the most important considerations for driving safely is the tracking distance. To brake, while driving, set a distance of at least 3 seconds with the car in front. Double this distance in a rainy day.

Don’t Let A Chaos Inside Your Car

Chaos inside the car is one of the most important obstacles to safe driving. Fights in the car while driving, disturbances caused by children, or long cries can distract you. You have to be prepared for this, and take precautions.

Keep Your Attention at The Wheel And On The Road

Carefully determine your travel plan before you start driving. Calculate which routes to use, where to take a break, how long you want to reach the goal. Take your time, this planning is a must for safe driving.

Do you guys want to get a driver’s licence in Ontario? What are you curious about safe driving? Contact us to take in-car lessons from professional and experienced trainers. Also, take the online Beginner Driver Education (BDE) course and be well-trained before you get behind the wheels.

Online Driver Training During The Pandemic Era

Online Driver Training During The Pandemic Era

The pandemic has affected the entire world for more than three years. Almost every sector, from trade to art, or from education to tourism, has had its share of these negative effects. But some online activities have become an important acquisition of this pandemic era as digital convenience.

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Online driver training provided by driving courses in Ontario, Canada, has increased significantly in the process. Especially G1 Knowledge Preparation Course and G1 Knowledge Practice Tests are some of them. However, Beginner Driver Education, designed for beginner drivers, provided great 

Online Training for G1 Driver’s Licence

An individual residing in the province of Ontario can obtain a G1 driver’s license from the age of 16. These drivers, called beginners, have the right to drive small trucks, vans, or cars in Ontario.

When driving courses were suspended in pandemic conditions, many people had to wait to get a driver’s license. After the re-opening of the courses, G1 Knowledge Preparation is designed to make a very detailed preparation for the G1 Knowledge Test, which is the first step in obtaining a driver’s license in Ontario.


If you think you know enough but you need practice, thanks to the G1 Knowledge Practice Tests (currently in English, French, Hindi, Chinese, Arabic, and Turkish), which is again applied online, it becomes very easy to succeed in the G1 Knowledge Test.

Getting a Driver’s Licence Is Now Very Easy

Entry-level drivers can also receive beginner driver education online after receiving the online training required for the G1 driver’s license. These MTO-approved courses provide you with all the knowledge and skills needed to become a driver. Thanks to these training, which are compatible with all mobile devices, faster and less expensive driving training are obtained.

If you also want to get a driver’s license during the pandemic period and are worried about the G1 Knowledge Test, you can participate in online driving training. For details on this issue, you can contact the authorities of the Master Driving School.

Importance of Getting a Driver’s Licence

‌Importance of Getting a Driver’s Licence‌

Getting a driver’s license, which has increased in importance from the past to the present, saves time by enabling you to go to the places you want easily. Especially if you are a student located in the province of Ontario, you may be forced to use public transportation unless you have an Ontario license despite knowing how to drive. In addition, you may encounter various difficulties in job recruitment. That’s why getting a driver’s license in Ontario becomes an indispensable part of life.
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If you are a foreign national and want to jump into life and find a job, or if you are an immigrant living in the province of Ontario, you are in the right place. The first thing you need to do in your license purchase process is to take the G1 written (knowledge) test. So, what is this G1 written test?

G1 test is a written knowledge test. During the time you take the exam you will be faced with a total of 40 multiple-choice questions that are 20 rules of the road and 20 road signs. In addition, you can take advantage of some courses offered to you to make you prepared and pass the test. Master Driving School offers the G1 Knowledge Preparation Course that is 4,5 hours long and covers the topics below

  • Getting ready to drive
  • Driving along
  • Sharing the road with other road users
  • Driving through intersections
  • Stopping
  • Changing directions
  • Changing positions
  • Parking along roadways
  • Freeway driving
  • Dealing with particular situations
  • Driving at night and in bad weather
  • Dealing with emergencies
  • Driving efficiently

If your English level is not good enough to understand the questions in written test, don’t worry! Master Drivers also offers the 15 practice tests currently in French, Hindi, Chinese, Arabic, and Turkish. If you don’t prefer to take the preparation course or the practice tests, your money and time may be wasted when you fail the real exam.

When you pass the G1 test, it’s time to have MTO-approved online beginner driver trainingBeginner Driver Education (BDE) provides 30 hours of online training as well as compliance with your requirements and a minimum of 10 hours of in-car training. The information required for each student to easily getting a driver’s license, regardless of class, meets with the Master Drivers family.

As a result, if you want to live your life quickly and practically, you must be getting a driver’s license by passing the necessary steps.