What we get asked the most


Have a question? View our most commonly asked questions below to see if yours is one of them. Still curious about something? Give us a call.

General Information:


I would like to apply for an Ontario Driver's Licence. What are the requirements?

Generally, to obtain a driver’s licence in Ontario, you must:

  • Be at least 16 years of age;
  • Present acceptable ID at the time of your application;
  • Meet medical requirements;
  • Pay applicable fees; and
  • Pass a vision test, a knowledge test, a G2 road test, and a G road test.

How can I contact a DriveTest Centre?

You have two options:


How can I obtain a Driver History/Abstract for my Ontario Driver's Licence?

You can order a driver’s abstract online or by going directly to ServiceOntario.


Where can I purchase a Driver's handbook?

You can purchase a Driver’s handbook at any DriverTest location.

Acceptable ID:


What ID do I need to bring with me to apply for an Ontario Driver's Licence?

You will be required to show proof of your:

  • Legal name;
  • Date of birth (must state day, month and year of birth)
  • Signature

Acceptable forms of ID include:

  • Passport
  • Birth Certificate AND Health Card

When do I need a Guarantor Form?

If an applicant is unable to present proof of signature from one of the forms of acceptable ID, the applicant may present an original, completed Declaration from a Guarantor for attesting to their signature.

Beginner Driver Eduction (BDE)


Where can I find a list of Ministry-approved course providers?

Go to mto.gov.on.ca/english/driver/driving-schools (you will find us under Cornwall, Morrisburg, Prescott and Winchester).

DriveTest Fees


What methods of payment are accepted by DriveTest?

DriveTest accepts cash, debit or credit (cash only for the Driver’s Handbook).


The G1 licence package:  $158.25
(includes a knowledge test, a G2 road test, and a 5-year licence.

Knowledge test (per extra attempt):  $15.75

G2 road test (per extra attempt):  $52.50

G road test: $89.25

Graduated Licensing


What does Graduated Licensing mean? How does it work?

Everyone must meet the requirements at each driving level. You must graduate from one level to the next.

The levels are:

  • G1 (knowledge test)
  • G2 (road test)
  • G (highway test)

Knowledge/Written Test


Do I need to book an appointment for a knowledge test?

No, you do NOT have to book an appointment for a knowledge test (allow yourself time to complete the test before the centre closes).

Road Tests


Do you have a car I can rent for my road test?

For a cost, we at Signature Driving School do offer use of our car for road tests in Winchester, Cornwall, Brockville and Smiths Falls.

Test overviews:

Knowledge tests are written tests that determine whether you have a good understanding of the rules of the road and traffic signs. They consist of multiple choice questions based on the provincial misconduct among test takers.

Road tests assess your driving skills according to MTO criteria. A road test involves driving your own vehicle with a driver examiner as an observer. While observing, driver examiners user a set of predefined test routes, driver tasks and forms/scoresheets to fairly evaluate your ability to apply the rules of the road, manage a vehicle and demonstrate safe driving practices.

How was our driving course?

Did you take one of our driving courses? Tell us how we did! Fill out the form below to anonymously submit your feedback about any of our courses, or our service in general. Your comments can help us improve our courses and services for future new drivers.

8 + 6 =