Ontario G1 test

The G1 test, integral to Ontario’s graduated licensing system, is a vital step for drivers aged 16 and above. Comprising a multiple-choice section and a vision test, it assesses knowledge of road rules and safe driving practices. Passing the G1 test awards a G1 license, allowing individuals to practice driving with specific restrictions.

Module 1: Safe and Responsible Driving

Safe and responsible driving involves obeying traffic laws, avoiding distractions, and maintaining a courteous and defensive approach. By prioritizing these behaviors, drivers contribute to a secure road environment, safeguarding themselves and others on the journey.


Lesson 1 with Quiz : Safe and Responsible Driving for G1 Test

Module 2: Getting ready to drive

Before hitting the road, ensure your vehicle is in top condition. Check tire pressure, brakes, lights, and fluids. Buckle up, adjust mirrors, and eliminate distractions. Familiarize yourself with the route, and always adhere to traffic rules. Preparedness ensures a safe and enjoyable driving experience for you and others.


Lesson 1 with Quiz : Be Physically and mentally alert Lesson 2 with Quiz : Know your vehicle Lesson 3 with Quiz : Get Into Position Lesson 4 with Quiz : Keep Clear View Lesson 5 with Quiz : Find your blind spots Lesson 6 with Quiz : Fasten your seatbelt Lesson 7 with Quiz : Child Safety Lesson 8 with Quiz : Turn on Headlights at night and in poor conditions

Module 3: Driving along

While driving, stay focused, keep a safe following distance, and adhere to speed limits. Use turn signals, check blind spots, and be aware of pedestrians and cyclists. Stay vigilant, avoid distractions, and be prepared to react to changing road conditions, ensuring a smooth and secure journey.


Lesson 1 with Quiz : Steer smoothly Lesson 2 with Quiz : Use of turn signals and brake lights Lesson 3 with Quiz : Keep right Lesson 4 with Quiz : Obey speed limits Lesson 5 with Quiz : Obey Police Lesson 6 with Quiz : Maintaining space

MODULE 4: Sharing the road with other road users

MODULE 5: Driving through intersections

Approaching an intersection demands heightened attention. Drivers should carefully assess signals and yield appropriately. Clear communication through turn signals is crucial. Pedestrians should use designated crosswalks and obey signals. Vigilance and adherence to traffic rules ensure a safe passage for all.


Lesson 1 with Quiz : Controlled intersections Lesson 2 with Quiz : Uncontrolled intersections Lesson 3 with Quiz : Yielding the right-of-way

MODULE 6: Stopping

Coming to a stop is a fundamental aspect of safe driving. Obeying traffic signals and signs is crucial when halting at intersections. Gradual braking ensures a smooth and controlled stop, reducing wear on your vehicle. Stopping distances vary, so maintaining a safe following distance is essential. Complete stops at stop signs and red lights contribute to overall road safety. Remember, stopping responsibly is a shared responsibility for all road users.


Lesson 1 with Quiz : Stopping at railway crossings Lesson 2 with Quiz : Stopping at school crossings Lesson 3 with Quiz : Stopping for school buses Lesson 4 with Quiz : Stopping for pedestrian crossovers

MODULE 7: Changing directions

Changing direction on the road requires signaling intentions through indicators for fellow drivers. Check mirrors and blind spots before making any turns to ensure a safe maneuver. Use designated turning lanes when available and follow the flow of traffic. Cyclists and pedestrians should also be mindful of changing directions and use designated crosswalks or paths. Adhering to traffic rules and communicating effectively ensures a smooth and secure transition for all road users.


Lesson 1 with Quiz : Turning a corner Lesson 2 with Quiz : Right turn Lesson 3 with Quiz : Right turn on a red light Lesson 4 with Quiz : Left turns Lesson 5 with Quiz : Left-turn lanes Lesson 6 with Quiz : Left turn on a red light Lesson 7 with Quiz : Driving through roundabouts Lesson 8 with Quiz : Dealing with particular situations at a roundabout Lesson 9 with Quiz : Backing up Lesson 10 with Quiz : Turning around Lesson 11 with Quiz : U-turn Lesson 12 with Quiz : Three point turn

MODULE 8: Changing positions

Changing positions on the road, such as merging lanes, demands caution and signaling to alert nearby drivers. Check blind spots and use mirrors before making any lateral movements. Ensure you have ample space and time to change positions safely. Cooperation with surrounding traffic by maintaining a consistent speed fosters a smoother transition.


Lesson 1 with Quiz : Changing lanes Lesson 2 with Quiz : Passing Lesson 3 with Quiz : Passing at night Lesson 4 with Quiz : Passing and climbing lanes Lesson 5 with Quiz : Passing on the shoulder Lesson 6 with Quiz : Passing on the right Lesson 7 with Quiz : Passing streetcars

MODULE 9: Parking along roadways

When parking along roadways, choose designated parking spaces whenever possible to ensure smooth traffic flow. If parallel parking, leave enough space between your vehicle and others. Park only in the direction of traffic, obeying posted signs and regulations. Avoid obstructing driveways or emergency lanes, allowing for safe passage


Lesson 1 with Quiz : Parking Rules Lesson 2 with Quiz : Parking for people with disabilities Lesson 3 with Quiz : Parallel parking Lesson 4 with Quiz : Parking on a hill Lesson 5 with Quiz : Roadside stop Lesson 6 with Quiz : Pulling out from a roadside stop

MODULE 10: Freeway driving

Freeway driving demands constant attention and adherence to speed limits for safety. Use mirrors frequently and signal before changing lanes to maintain a smooth traffic flow. Keep a safe following distance to allow for sudden stops or lane changes. Stay vigilant and avoid distractions to ensure a secure and efficient freeway experience.


Lesson 1 with Quiz : Entering a freeway Lesson 2 with Quiz : Driving along a freeway Lesson 3 with Quiz : Leaving a freeway Lesson 4 with Quiz : High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Lane

MODULE 11: Dealing with particular situations

Handling particular driving situations requires adaptability and quick decision-making. In adverse weather, reduce speed and increase following distances for better control. In heavy traffic, practice patience, and maintain a safe distance to prevent accidents. When encountering road construction, follow posted signs and be prepared for lane closures.


Lesson 1 with Quiz : Aggressive driving and road rage Lesson 2 with Quiz : Street racing Lesson 3 with Quiz : Drowsy driving Lesson 4 with Quiz : Workers on the road Lesson 5 with Quiz : Animals on the road Lesson 6 with Quiz : Distracted driving Lesson 7 with Quiz : Cell phones Lesson 8 with Quiz : Emergency vehicles Lesson 9 with Quiz : Reacting to an approaching emergency vehicle Lesson 10 with Quiz : Reacting to a stopped emergency vehicle or tow truck

MODULE 12: Driving at night and in bad weather

Driving at night and in bad weather conditions poses unique challenges that require heightened attention and caution. The reduced visibility in darkness can make it difficult to spot obstacles, pedestrians, and other vehicles. Glaring headlights from oncoming traffic can further add to the visual strain.


Lesson 1 with Quiz : What does it means Overdriving your headlights ? Lesson 2 with Quiz : Glare Lesson 3 with Quiz : Fog Lesson 4 with Quiz : Rain Lesson 5 with Quiz : Flooded roads Lesson 6 with Quiz : Skids Lesson 7 with Quiz : Snow Lesson 8 with Quiz : Whiteouts Lesson 9 with Quiz : Ice Lesson 10 with Quiz : Snowplows

MODULE 13: Dealing with emergencies

In emergencies while driving, maintain composure, assess the situation, and prioritize safety. Signal and move to a safe area, activate hazard lights, and promptly call emergency services. Follow first-aid protocols cautiously, emphasizing personal and others’ safety on the road.


Lesson 1 with Quiz : If your brakes fail Lesson 2 with Quiz : If your gas pedal sticks Lesson 3 with Quiz : If your headlights go out Lesson 4 with Quiz : If you have trouble on a freeway Lesson 5 with Quiz : If your wheels go off the pavement Lesson 6 with Quiz : If a tire blows out Lesson 7 with Quiz : In a collision where someone is injured Lesson 8 with Quiz : In a collision where no one is injured

MODULE 14: Driving efficiently

MODULE 15: Traffic Signs and Lights

Traffic signs and lights play a crucial role in regulating and ensuring the smooth flow of traffic on roads. These visual cues provide vital information to drivers, pedestrians, and cyclists, guiding them on rules, speed limits, and potential hazards. Traffic lights, with their red, yellow, and green signals, control intersections, facilitating organized and safe movement


Lesson 1 with Quiz : Signs Lesson 2 with Quiz : Traffic lights Lesson 3 with Quiz : Pedestrian signals Lesson 4 with Quiz : Pavement markings

MODULE 16: Keeping Your Driver’s Licence

Keeping your driving license is a responsibility that requires adherence to traffic laws, responsible driving habits, and compliance with any regulatory requirements. It involves staying informed about any updates or changes in driving regulations, including speed limits, traffic signals, and road signs. Avoiding reckless behavior, such as speeding, driving under the influence, and using mobile devices while driving, is paramount.


Lesson 1 with Quiz : Renewing your License Lesson 2 with Quiz : Senior drivers age 80 or older Lesson 3 with Quiz : Graduated licensing requalification and Road safety Lesson 4 with Quiz : Road safety, Changing your name or address Lesson 5 with Quiz : Driver’s License laws Lesson 6 with Quiz : The demerit point system

MODULE 17: Other ways to lose your licence

Losing one’s driver’s license is not solely limited to traffic violations. Engaging in certain behaviors beyond the confines of driving can also lead to license suspension or revocation. Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs is a serious offense that can result in the immediate loss of driving privileges. Accumulating excessive points on your driving record due to multiple traffic violations within a specific timeframe may lead to license suspension


Lesson 1 with Quiz : Suspensions Lesson 2 with Quiz : Escalating sanctions Lesson 3 with Quiz : Sanctions – dangerous behaviours Lesson 4 with Quiz : Sanctions – careless driving Lesson 5 with Quiz : Zero Blood-Alcohol Concentration (BAC) for novice and young drivers Lesson 6 with Quiz : Medical suspension Lesson 7 with Quiz : Mandatory HTA suspensions Lesson 8 with Quiz : Administrative driver’s license suspension (ADLS) Lesson 9 with Quiz : “Warn-range” suspension Lesson 10 with Quiz : Novice-driver violations Lesson 11 with Quiz : Your license will be cancelled Lesson 12 with Quiz : Criminal Code suspensions Lesson 13 with Quiz : Remedial measures Lesson 14 with Quiz : Driving under suspension Lesson 15 with Quiz : Driving while prohibited Lesson 16 with Quiz : Vehicle-Impoundment Program Lesson 17 with Quiz : Impaired driving Lesson 18 with Quiz : Alcohol Lesson 19 with Quiz : Drugs Lesson 20 with Quiz : Consider the consequences of impaired driving Lesson 21 with Quiz : Driver-improvement interview

MODULE 18: Your Vehicle

Familiarize yourself with the vehicle’s controls, including the steering wheel, gear shifter, turn signals, headlights, windshield wipers, and emergency brake. Know the location of essential features like the horn, hazard lights, and defroster. Take a moment to locate and understand the dashboard indicators, such as the fuel gauge, speedometer, and warning lights.


Lesson 1 with Quiz : Maintaining your vehicle Lesson 2 with Quiz : Vehicle insurance and registration Lesson 3 with Quiz : Towing

MODULE 19: Off-road Vehicles & Snowmobiles

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Lesson 1 with Quiz : Driving a snowmobile Lesson 2 with Quiz : Driving an Off-road vehicle

MODULE 20: Ontario Traffic Signs

In Ontario, traffic signals play a vital role in regulating the flow of vehicular and pedestrian traffic, contributing to road safety and efficient transportation. The standard traffic light configuration includes three colors: red, yellow (amber), and green. Red indicates a complete stop, yellow signals a warning that the light is about to change, and green allows vehicles to proceed. In some intersections, there are also advanced green signals, permitting specific lanes to move before the general green signal.


Lesson 1 with Quiz : Traffic Signs 1 Lesson 2 with Quiz : Traffic Signs 2

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