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Organization: DriveTest - St Catharines  
Phone Numbers: Toll free 1-888-570-6110
Website: www.drivetest.ca
Address:
Bunting Square
285 Bunting Rd, Unit 1
St Catharines, ON
L2M 7T9
Intersection: Welland Ave and Bunting Rd
Location: Located in Bunting Square Plaza, beside the YMCA
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm
Service Description: Conduct written driver examinations and road tests on behalf of the Ministry of Transportation.

Licenced by the Ministry of Transportation, the services of the Drive Test Centre include: vision test, knowledge test, schedule road test appointments, change class of driver's licence, downgrade a driver's licence class, reinstate driver's licence with test requirement, apply for original Driving Instructor's licence, remove the requirement to wear corrective lenses, add or remove a licence condition or endorsement, accept medical report, exchange driver's licence issued from other provinces or countries, initiate criminal record searches for school bus licences and Driving Instructor licences, purchase Handbooks, accept payments for Fail to Keep Appointment fee, refund applications.

For information specific to senior drivers 80 year of age and over, check the MTO website for current information. Seniors must now renew their licence every two years, by taking a vision test, undergoing a driver record review and participating in a Group Education Session. Some drivers may be asked to take a road test. Instructions will be mailed approximately 90 days before their licence expires.

Fees: Service
Application: Written tests are available on a first come, first serve basis and no appointment is required.

Road tests may be booked, cancelled or re-scheduled online, through the automated phone booking system or in person at the DriveTest centre.

Applicants will be required to show proof of legal name, date of birth and signature. Refer to Acceptable Identity Documents for the current and complete list of acceptable documentation.
Age: 16.00 years and older
Languages: English ; French
Area(s) Served:
Niagara Region  
See Also: Personal Identification, Certificates and Licences

This information was last completely updated on May 2, 2017

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