Ontario Driver'S License Format

  
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Ontario licence number format. If you live in Ontario and want to drive, you must have an Ontario driver's licence. The process to get a driver's licence depends on if you are a new driver, or if. There are three sets of numbers on the face of an Ontario Driver`s Licence - which one is the `Document Number`? According to the Card Design Standard by AAMVA, the PDF417 two-dimensional bar code symbology is the minimum mandatory machine-readable technology that must be present on compliant driving license/identification documents. This site has been developed to provide you with Ontario Government forms. The forms are available in various formats including HTML, PDF and Word. Forms on this site may be viewed, filled-in on screen, printed and sent by regular mail. Forms that can be submitted online are identified in the form listing under functionality.

In Ontario, there are 15 different licence classes. Each one qualifies you to drive a different type of vehicle. The class of licence you have must match the type of vehicle you are driving. See the Quick Check Chart below to see what class of licence you need to drive different vehicles. A driver may hold a licence in more than one class.

Types of Vehicles AllowedMay Also Drive Vehicle in Class
A
Any tractor-trailer or combination of motor vehicle and towed vehicles where the towed vehicles exceed a total gross weight of 4,600 kilogramsD, G and A with condition (R)
Effective June 16, 2008: Drivers with a restricted Class A licence condition would be prevented from operating:
  • a motor vehicle pulling double trailers
  • a motor vehicle pulling a trailer with air-brakes.
For a full description, visit:/english/dandv/driver/classalic.shtml
D and G
B
Any school purposes bus with designed seating capacity for more than 24 passengersC, D, E, F and G
Any regular bus with designed seating capacity for more than 24 passengersD, F and G
D
Any truck or motor vehicle combination exceeding 11,000 kg provided the towed vehicle is not over 4,600 kgG
School purposes bus - maximum of 24 passenger capacityF and G
F
Regular bus maximum of 24 passenger capacity and ambulancesG
Any car, van or small truck or combination of vehicle and towed vehicle up to 11,000 kg provided the towed vehicle is not over 4,600 kg.
G1
Level 1 of graduated licensing.
Holders may drive Class G vehicles when accompanied by a fully licensed driver with at least four years of driving experience. Additional conditions apply.
Level 2 of graduated licensing.
Holders may drive Class G vehicles without accompanying driver but are subject to certain conditions.

Effective September 1, 2005:

  • The number of young passengers that teen G2 drivers can carry will be limited from midnight to 5 a.m.
  • Initially, G2 drivers 19 or under can carry only one passenger aged 19 or under.
  • After the first six months, and until the G2 driver earns a full G licence or turns 20, they can carry only three passengers aged 19 or under.
M
Motorcycles, including a limited-speed motorcycle (motor scooter) and a motor-assisted bicycle (moped)Holders may also drive a Class G vehicle under the conditions that apply to a class G1 licence holder.M with condition L (motor scooters and mopeds)
Motorcycles, including a limited-speed motorcycle (motor scooter) and a motor-assisted bicycle (moped)
Level 1 of graduated licensing.Holders may drive a motorcycle under certain conditions.
M with condition L (motor scooters and mopeds)
M2
Motorcycles, including a limited-speed motorcycle (motor scooter) and a motor-assisted bicycle (moped)
Level 2 of graduated licensing.
Holders may drive a motorcycle but only with a zero blood alcohol level. Holders may also drive a Class G vehicle under the conditions that apply to a class G1 licence holder.
M with condition L (motor scooters and mopeds)

Limited-speed motorcycle (LSM) or mopeds only

  • Limited-speed motorcycles are motorcycles with a maximum speed of 70 km/hr. If manufactured after 1988 they are identified by a lable on the vehicle that indicates it to be a 'LSM/MVL'. For full description, visit:
    www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/dandv/driver/lsm.shtml
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M2 with condition L (LSM/Moped)

Limited-speed motorcycle (LSM) or moped only

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Senior driver renewal program
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Motorcycle safety courses
If you take an approved motorcycle safety course, mandatory graduated licensing waiting periods can be reduced. This page lists community colleges and safety organizations that offer government-approved motorcycle safety courses.

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Get a bus driver's licence
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School bus driver improvement courses
To get a school bus driver's licence (class B or E) in Ontario, all applicants must successfully complete a ministry-approved School Bus Driver Improvement Course (SBDIC).

Get a truck driver's licence
If you want to drive a truck in Ontario, you need a commercial licence. This page will tell you the steps you need to take to get your restricted Class A, full Class A or Class D licence.

Air brake (Z) endorsement
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