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It is not every day that a teenager goes to take their driving test, but it is an occasion that one would like to complete successfully.

According to the Ontario Ministry of Transportation, as many as 26% of individuals that took their G1 exam in 2012 did not pass. Proper preparation can help to significantly lower this number. Why not have teens prepare in a similar manner that one would actually see administered from the Ontario Ministry of Transportation and DriveTest centers.

A leading education website that lets users practice their G1 Test for free as many times as they like is now available in Canada. The NEW, Free G1 Practice Test : cts.businesswire.com/ct/CT?id=smartlink&url=http%3A%2F%2Fg1. .. website allows someone needing

to take the G1 exam to practice in a way that is quite similar to that of the official exam.
The site currently provides access to 6 practice tests (300 unique practice questions) that simulate what one may see on the G1 exam.

Although G1.ca cannot guarantee that one would see the exact questions on the exam that are shown in the practice tests, every practice exam is based on this year’s official Ontario Driver’s Handbook (2014), meaning users can be sure they are receiving the most up-to-date test information.

Sign the Pledge Campaign


G1.ca would like to encourage parents to actively participate in their teens’ learning of what it means to be a safe driver. The Parent Driver Contract is a tool that can be used to facilitate a discussion between parent and teen about the elements of remaining safe behind the wheel.

This contract is available for download on the G1.ca : cts.businesswire.com/ct/CT?id=smartlink&url=http%3A%2F%2Fg1. .. site.

G1.ca Founder, Andrei Zakhareuski, said well-prepared, knowledgeable drivers are informed, safer drivers. “It is our hope that thousands of parents will take this opportunity to sign the pledge,” Mr. Zakhareuski added.

G1.ca is a website for Ontario learners who want to practice their skills before taking the written road sign and rules of the road test.

It has been developed by the creators of the US website, Driving-Tests.org. Since its launch in 2010, Driving-Tests.org has had 6.4 million unique visitors and has been featured in leading publications including The Wall Street Journal and The Examiner.

G1.ca allows users to practice the simulated G1 practice tests for free as many times as they like and offers immediate feedback. No registration is required. For more information, visit G1.ca : cts.businesswire.com/ct/CT?id=smartlink&url=http%3A%2F%2Fg1. .. .

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