Bring Ontario's leading online driver education program to your library

Free for you, free for your users

G1 program for your library

Trusted by 51 libraries across Ontario

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What is included

Under the Ontario's graduated licensing system, all new drivers applying for their first car or motorcycle licence need to get a Class G1 licence. They must take a knowledge test. People who are renewing or reinstating their licence may also need to take a knowledge test. Your online program will contain the following information to help them pass the official knowledge test:

  • 6 G1 practice tests (car)
  • 1 M1 practice test (motorcycle)
  • 1 G1 Exam Simulator
  • 1 M1 Exam Simulator
  • FAQ section with detailed answers to over 100 questions related to obtaining your driving licence

Free for the library, free for the users

Our main public website is ad-supported, and the users who go there from search engines do see ads. The revenue we receive from advertisers on our main site allows us to sponsor the ad-free library program for public, school and academic libraries in Ontario.

Your library users won't see ads when they come through the link from your website.

IMMEDIATE FEEDBACK

Instant results after every question help your users stay focused and engaged. Instant gratification has been proven to improve retention.

COLOR-CODED ANSWERS

Every correct and incorrect answer is clearly color-coded for instant recognition.

EXPLANATION FOR EVERY QUESTION

For every incorrect answer your users will see WHY the answer is incorrect

As simple as placing a link on your website:

  1. 1
    We send you a link to your library-branded program website.
  2. 2
    You place that link on your library website. Marketing Toolkit
  3. 3
    Your users click the link and take free, ad-free and registration-free G1 and M1 practice tests.
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Frequently asked questions

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