Most Experienced Ottawa Driving School
Jocelyn Driving School is an Ottawa driving school course provider operating according to the Ministry Approved Beginner Driver Education Course Content and Delivery Standards. The Driver’s Licence History provides proof of successful completion of and graduation from BDE course and is widely recognized by the insurance industry as proof of course completion. Our mission as a driving school is to provide high quality driving training course to the residents of the Community of Ottawa-Carleton and society as a whole
Jocelyn Ottawa Driving School
We are encouraging anyone to register with those institutions that offer quality driver training. We are convinced that the acquirement of the skills and attitudes coupled with careful driving will warrant public safety and ascertain the driver’s performance and pride.
What We Offer
Ottawa Driving School Orientation to acquaint you with vehicles and the road situation around Ottawa-Carleton.
20 hours in Classroom.
10 hours of theory instructions done via homelink studides.
10 hours in car-driving sessions.
Defensive driving training.
City & highway driving access.
Approach to self confidence and safety on the road.
BDE Graduates with a Driver’s License history may be eligible for an insurance discount
Excellent preparation to obtain your driver’s licence
Ottawa Driving Test Centre List
5303 Canotek Rd,
Ottawa, ON K1J 9M1
Monday to Friday
8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
1570 Walkley Rd,
Ottawa, ON K1V 6P5
Monday to Friday
7:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Renew Your Licence Sticker
You need to renew your licence plate sticker(s) every one or two years before your renewal date.
Book A Road Test
To book a road test appointment, you will need to provide:
your valid Ontario driver’s licence number a preferred location for taking the test a second and third choice of location a preferred date and time
You can book, cancel or reschedule a road test appointment:
What You Need To Renew Licence Plate
To renew your licence plate sticker, you need:
your licence plate number
your vehicle permit number
your insurance company name and policy number
your odometer reading
Where To Renew Your Licence Plate
110 Laurier Avenue West
1309 Carling Avenue
1800 Bank Street
2339 Ogilvie Road
1948 Merivale Road
2864 St. Joseph Boulevard
1626 Stittsville Main Street
928 Laporte Street
717 Notre Dame Street
G1 Sample Questions
The following questions will give you an idea of what to expect on the knowledge test. All knowledge-test questions follow this multiple-choice format. The answers to these sample questions are provided at the bottom of the page.
1. To get your vehicle out of a skid, you should first:
a. Steer straight ahead.
b. Steer in the opposite direction of the skid.
c. Steer in the direction you want to go.
d. Apply brakes hard.
2. When may you lend your driver’s licence?
a. In emergencies.
b. To a person learning to drive.
c. It is not permitted.
d. For identification purposes.
3. What must a driver do before entering a highway from a private road or driveway?
a. Enter or cross the highway as quickly as possible.
b. Yield right-of-way to all vehicles approaching on the highway.
c. Sound horn and proceed with caution.
d. Give hand signal then take right-of-way.
4. Never change lanes in traffic without
a. Looking in the rear view mirror only.
b. Giving proper signal and looking to make sure the move c. can be made safely.
c. Blowing your horn and looking to the rear.
d. Decreasing speed and giving correct signal.
5. When the driver of another vehicle is about to overtake and pass your vehicle, you must
a. Speed up so that passing is not necessary.
b. Move to the left to prevent passing.
c. Signal to the other driver not to pass.
Move to the right and allow such vehicle to pass.
6. When you are deciding whether or not to make a U-turn, your first consideration should be to check
a. Traffic regulations.
b. Presence of trees, fire hydrants or poles near the curb.
c. Turning radius of your car.
d. Height of curb.
7. It is more dangerous to drive at the maximum speed limit at night than during daytime as
a. Your reaction time is slower at night.
b. You cannot see as far ahead at night.
Some drivers unlawfully drive with parking lights only.
The roadways are more apt to be slippery at night.
8. You should under all conditions drive at a speed which will allow you to
Stop within 150 metres (500 feet).
Stop within 90 metres (300 feet).
Stop within 60 metres (200 feet).
Stop within a safe distance.