As the Ontario government moves DriveTest centres into the second phase of its reopening plan, people will be able to access more drive testing services.
Beginning on Tuesday, August 4, 2020 road testing for class G2 and all motorcycle licences will resume.
Additionally, the number of locations offering commercial driver road tests will expand.
“As we continue to reopen our economy, resuming driver testing is another way our government is helping people get back to work,” said Caroline Mulroney, Minister of Transportation.
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“We are phasing-in these services to ensure important health and safety measures are in place at all DriveTest centres and our staff and customers are fully protected.”
Beginning on Tuesday, August 4, 2020, more services will be available at DriveTest centres.
These services include Class G2 road tests and Class M2 and Class M motorcycle road tests.
Additionally, availability for Commercial driver road tests will expand to 42 DriveTest locations across Ontario and Part-time Travel Point locations will resume driver examination services such as the shared facilities they are located in becoming available for the public’s use.
All driver licensing services offered as part of phase 1 of DriveTest’s reopening, including knowledge tests and driver’s licence exchanges and upgrades, will continue to be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Most DriveTest centres will continue to serve these customers based on the date of the customer’s birth to reduce crowding and support physical distancing.
Those with birthdays between January to June will be allowed to visit a centre one week, while people with birthdays between July to December will have access to DriveTest services the following week.
“We have temporarily extended the expiration date of all driver’s licences, so we would ask that everyone hold off on visiting a DriveTest centre unless absolutely necessary,” said Minister Mulroney.
“For those going to a centre please exercise caution and follow all of the public health guidelines.”
DriveTest requires customers to wear face coverings inside centres and during road tests, sanitize their hands when they enter the building and undergo temperature checks before road tests, to protect the safety of Ontarians.
All DriveTest staff wear appropriate personal protective equipment when serving customers and driver examiners will also be equipped with face shields, sanitizer packages and seat covers when conducting road tests.
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