MTO (Ministry of Transportation of Ontario) Driver’s Handbooks are essential resources for individuals who are preparing for their driver’s license exams in Ontario, Canada. These handbooks provide comprehensive information about road safety, traffic rules, and driving techniques.
G1 Handbook: This handbook is for new drivers who are preparing for the G1 written test, which is the first step in obtaining a driver’s license in Ontario. It covers the basic rules of the road, traffic signs, and safe driving practices.
G2 Handbook: For those who have passed the G1 test and are preparing for the G2 road test. It provides information on advanced driving techniques and responsible driving behavior.
M Handbook: This handbook is for individuals preparing for the commercial Class M1 and M2 licenses, which are required for motorcycle operation. It covers motorcycle-specific rules and safety considerations.
A Handbook: Designed for individuals preparing for the commercial Class A license, which is required for operating large trucks and tractor-trailers. It covers the skills and knowledge needed to operate these vehicles safely.
B Handbook: For individuals preparing for the commercial Class B license, which is needed for operating buses and other large vehicles. It provides information on passenger transportation and safety.
C Handbook: Intended for individuals seeking the commercial Class C license, which is necessary for operating large vehicles such as ambulances and other specialized vehicles. It covers vehicle operation and safety.
D Handbook: For those preparing for the commercial Class D license, which is required for operating buses designed to carry more than 24 passengers. It includes information on passenger transportation and safety.
These handbooks are available for free on the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario’s website. They are valuable resources for studying and passing the written tests necessary to obtain various classes of driver’s licenses in Ontario. Please note that the specific content and availability of these handbooks may change over time, so it’s essential to check the official MTO website or contact them directly for the most up-to-date information.