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      Hello All:
      I wonder if someone would recommend me a nice centre for road test for G class? By nice, I mean the lenient one by reputation :-).

      No issue with highway driving but I hate parallel parking and too much pedestrians.

      Thanks

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      Orangeville. It's the most easiest place to do the test ... particularly for G2 test cause there is no highway up there.

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      You mean the G2 exit test to get G license?

      How is the city's roads as I dont have good experience with parallel park or one-way to 2-way etc.?

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      Originally posted by AIkram:
      You mean the G2 exit test to get G license?

      How is the city's roads as I dont have good experience with parallel park or one-way to 2-way etc.?
      Yes ... the G2 exit test to get G license.

      The roads are great ... not that much traffic .... my test results were perfect (no joke) that's how easy it was. You should take time out and go up there. There is no actual highway ... it's just a two-lane road where the maximum speed limit is 80km/hr so you can't really be tested on the highway stuff.

      Regardless of where you do your test, you will have to know how to parallel park, etc.

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      even the G test isn't that hard...as long as u do the highway part ok... try to get a road test appt for fri or mon the ppl takin the tests are in a good mood then and its easier to pass

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      I have been driving since I was 14...I didn't have a license when I was in Pakistan…never needed one. I failed my first driving test in States and I failed my driving test in Canada as well. In short, if you fail which I’m sure you will (parking kurni nhin ati? ) don't worry..even experts fail...its a money making industry in Canada, especially now when immigrants are flocking in
      p.s Don’t go to the one on Airport road..you will fail for sure there…Instructors are like divorced *****es who haven’t had sex in ages.

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      BoSS, I must say that you still drive like you're 14 years old. You haven't changed.

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      go anywhere man, just do it!

      heck when i gave my exit test, i screeched my tires, sped up to 140 kmph to overtake on the hwy and she still let me pass cuz it wasn't my fault
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      I don't know how you guys in Canada talk in Kilometers with such a huge territory.

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      Originally posted by ahmadjee:
      I don't know how you guys in Canada talk in Kilometers with such a huge territory.
      hahahaha!

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      Thanks all guppies.

      Ya the one on airport is like hell. I failed 2 times from there to get G2, once because a stupid pedestrian came while I was parking at end of test and i applied brakes and that examiner said you applied them too hard to give chance to the vehicles behind you to stop properly. Second time, they said you are all fine but you drove too slowly. Then I passed from morningside easily.

      So now, I would try to go to orangeville.

      Thanks again.

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      Originally posted by ahmadjee:
      I don't know how you guys in Canada talk in Kilometers with such a huge territory.
      I think its a psyche thing.

      Its easy to run a 400 km distance trip because km's pass faster. The same 275 mile trip however would seem longer cuz those damn miles never seem to end!!!

      Ever if you drive down from toronto to chicago you'd notice that you run the same distance in both countries. 400 km till the border (windsor-detroit) and another 400 till chicago. And everytime i drive down the trip from Detroit to Chicago always seems so much longer!

      Guess it really is a psyche thing :-)
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      AIkram you can pass at any testing center as long as you drive the way they want you to. From the back of my head heres a few things i remember (a friend gave me all these tips and i passed the G test in first attempt )

      -Hands in 10-2 position. ALWAYS. That is holding the steering wheel position where you'd have the 10 and 2 signs on a clock.

      -Move your head alot. After every 10-15 seconds check all three rear view mirrors. Check your guages, speedometers etc.

      -Stop signs:
      Rolling stops = FAIL. When you're at a stop sign MAKE SURE your car comes to a full stop. The cue to that is that you feel a lilttle jerk back (almost like a recoil) when the car comes to a full stop. Move your head in all directions and once clear, proceed.

      -On the highway make sure you're at 100 kph BEFORE you get on the highway from the entry ramp. 120 is allowed but not while you're testing. You will only drive at 100. And in the middle lane, always!

      hmm more will come soon.

      And yeah DO NOT try to suck up to the examiner. It never helps :-)
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      -Inside a residential neighbourhood drive very cautiously. When you're driving on a small street the examiner will have his/her eyes your feet. Always BE PREPARED to apply the brakes. Say if you notice a car about to back up from a drive way, the examiner has to see that you atleast lifted your foot from the gas pedal and placed it over the brake pedal all set and ready to apply the brakes in case of an emergency. Remember you apply the brakes only when necessary but you have to have your foot over the brakes at the slightest chance disaster.

      -On an empty street you will be tested on three things. Emergency roadside parking, Three point turn and Parallel Parking.

      Heres how it goes for Roadside parking. As soon as the examiner asks you to pull over you give the right turn indicator. Slowly pull over to the side. Shift the transmission to Park. Activate hazard signal. Activate hand-brake (also known as emergency brake). Turn off ignition. Finally take off your seatbelt. While you're doing all this make sure your foot is on the brake pedal at all times.

      Three point turn and parallel parking. Well, use the same caution as above
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      Originally posted by MehnazQ:
      Orangeville. It's the most easiest place to do the test ... particularly for G2 test cause there is no highway up there.
      I passed my test there too but it was in 1992. One of my friends just passed from orangeville last year and just based on his so many attempts at different centres, I would agree with MehnazQ.

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      Anyone know how to find out the records of when one had acquired G1, G2 and G license. I need to find out so that I can get my insurance lowered. These days insurance companies are taking a hit. Might as well join in on the fun.
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      Mehnaz is that place in Orangeville also called Aurora driving center? Becuz i know they also have 80km/hr highway there and its very easy to pass.

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      Originally posted by CocoNut:
      Anyone know how to find out the records of when one had acquired G1, G2 and G license. I need to find out so that I can get my insurance lowered. These days insurance companies are taking a hit. Might as well join in on the fun.
      You should have paper copies of your records. Don't you keep them? That should be sufficient for insurance companies. They usually just ask and don't actually ask for written proof .... or maybe they do. I dunno.

      No, I don't think it was called Aurora driving centre Jal_Pari. It's about half an hour north of Brampton straight down highway 10.

      My father has been driving since the 60s .... drove for 20+ years in England. When we moved here, he repeatedly failed his practical test at least 4 times. I think it's just the Airport Road centre. I did my first test there though and passed. I was advised to do my second test at Orangeville cause it's just easier there. I tell ya, I got perfect on my driving test.

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