Ontario to resume in-vehicle road tests on Monday | CBC News

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Ontarians who have been waiting to book an in-vehicle driving test will be able to do so starting next week. 

In a news release the Ministry of Transportation said road tests will resume province-wide on June 14. 

“To address the backlog of road tests resulting from COVID-19 restrictions, road testing capacity will be increased by hiring 167 additional driver examiners while introducing extended hours for in-vehicle passenger road tests (class G1/G2),” the ministry said.


All in-vehicle passenger tests have been on hold since April 3 when Ontario entered a province-wide shutdown.

“As more people get vaccinated and COVID-19 case numbers decline, we are able to safely restart passenger road testing at DriveTest centres,” the ministry said.

Anyone looking to book a road test is asked to visit for more information.

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