Ontario to resume in-vehicle road tests on Monday
In-vehicle passenger tests were on hold since April 3 when Ontario entered a provincewide shutdown
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 DriveTest.ca for more information.
G2/ G and M1/ M2 road tests will resume provincewide on Monday June 14 by appointment only. If you already have a road test appointment booked, it will be honoured.<br> <br>If you need to book a road test, please visit <a href="https://t.co/wfVXHDYRvR">https://t.co/wfVXHDYRvR</a> <a href="https://t.co/6lJinOss9n">pic.twitter.com/6lJinOss9n</a>—@fordnation