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The privilege to be a driver in Ontario is given by a driver's license. You are to make certain that you have it on you before you start driving. An Ontario
province driver's license is a plastic card with a digital photography of its holder and his or her signature. It also hold such information as name of the
owner, address, date of birth, female/male data, height, date of driving license's issuance, date when it expires, different signs signifying the modes of
transport that you are permitted to drive and several conditions. For example, the condition marked as "X" stands for a commitment to be in spectacles
or contact lenses when you drive a car. In addition, contemporary driver's licenses are provided with a magnetic information strip that demonstrates
the whole history of their holders' driving experience. The opportunity to be an accompanying driver is rendered to the drivers who have a red bar with
four white dots below their photo.
There are 2 indispensable requirements of driving in Ontario. First, a driver must be at least 16 years old. Second, he or she must be an owner of a
valid Ontario province driver license. After official immigration to Ontario you have sixty days of the date of stay permit's issue to apply for a driving
license. Moreover, you have a possibility to visit a driving school in the place you live to reduce the period between exams for acquiring the next level
of driver's permit.
In general, there are three types of driving permits in Ontario: G1, G2 and G (also known as G-full).
Level One - Ontario Driver license G1
To start training in driving skills you should apply for Level One. Remember that you must be aged at the minimum 16 years old. In Level One there
are six important conditions that young drivers must remember:
-	A G1 driver doesn't have the right to drive on his own, he should always be accompanied by a professional driver with minimum 4 years' driving
experience. This person is obliged to have a red bar with four white spots below hi