DRIVING A CAR IN ONTARIO
The Driver’s License is a very
important identification document in
and which is most commonly used to prove your identity (ID). You
have to update any change in the information, for example if you
change your address. It is highly recommendable to obtain these
documents, even if you are not thinking of buying a car or to
drive one in short time.
The driver’s license issued at the country of origin is valid to drive in
for the first 60 days counted from the day of arrival. After that period you
need the local license (Ontario Driver License).
Basic criteria to drive in
is safety for everybody.
In order to achieve it, driver must learn and practice
different defensive driving techniques, which let him anticipate what is
happening in his surroundings and ahead on the road and react on time, in
accordance with each situation. To certify this knowledge, you must approve
some exams in order to be authorized to drive a car on Canadian roads.
According to the Ministry of Transportation, having a driving license in
is a privilege that allows the licensee to drive a vehicle in any part of
the country. You must carry your license to drive daily. The driver’s
license in Ontario
is a plastic card with the following information:
Identification and category unique number.
Your complete name
Your gender and date of birth
High in cm.
Code of the class of vehicle you can drive and under what
conditions (if you need glasses to drive)
Magnetic band with your personal information.
There are three categories of driver’s licenses to drive a car or family
vehicle in Canada:
which is obtained by approving an exam of basic knowledge on regulations and
which is obtained approving a basic driving exam on the road (road test).
Class G or Full License,
which is obtained approving a complete driving exam in road and highway.
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