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The Computerized Driver's Permit Stduy Guide

Step By Step to G1 & G2

Computerized Driver's Permit Study Guide
Edition 2008/2009
Edition 2008 /2009 Just released
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The licensing exam Level One (Class G1) Knowledge Test is in multiple choices
Therefore we have created The Computerized Driver's Permit Study Guide in multiple choice format to make it very easy to understand the rules of the road and regulation. Most of all we want it to be familiar to our readers when they are writing their exam.

The Computerized Driver's Permit Study Guide has been reviewed by many great organizations like, The Ontario Safety League and many Driving Schools Instructors.

It has been praised to accomplish and to create a simple Computerized Permit Study Guide. Our goal is to make it easier for everyone to understand the regulation and the rules of the road.

Computerized details

System Requirements:

  • Windows 98/NT4/2000/ME/XP.
  • Pentium 166 or Higher CPU.
  • 60MB of free hard Disk space.
  • 32MB of RAM.
Total Contents:
Class G1 Knowledge Test Contents:
Class G2 Road Test Tips Contents:
  • Traffic signs
  • Traffic lights
  • Traffic regulations
  • Seat belts
  • Speed limits
  • Head lights
  • Emergency vehicles
  • Freeway driving
  • Licence suspensions
  • The demerit points
  • Collision and reporting it
  • Passing other vehicles on the road
  • Using right signals and safe driving
  • Railway crossing
  • School bus
  • Impaired driving
  • Driving under influence of alcohol or drugs
  • Starting your vehicle
  • Adjusting your seat and the mirrors
  • Turning
  • Traffic signals
  • Traffic lights
  • Passing vehicle and bicycles
  • Driving in passing lanes
  • Driving through controlled and uncontrolled intersections
  • Parallel parking
  • Reversing on the road
  • Anticipating hazardous conditions and being ready to take proper actions
  • Obeying pedestrians
  • Stopping

Highway Traffic Act, Highway Traffic Act Definitions, Winter Driving, Defensive Driving

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The Driver's Permit Study Guide books has been independently published and has no affiliation with the Ministry of Transportation.
 
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