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Chatham DriveTest Centre

Learning Centre Driving School > Drive Test Examination Centre > Learning Center > Chatham DriveTest Centre
171 Keil Dr S #4-5, Chatham, ON N7M 3H3, Canada
(888) 570-6110

Knowledge tests for all licence classes are offered in all DriveTest Centres. Knowledge tests are written tests that determine whether you have a good understanding of the rules of the road and traffic signs. They consist of multiple-choice questions based on the official drivers handbooks.

Road tests (for cars/vans/small trucks; motorcycles; and commercial vehicles) assess your driving skills according to MTO criteria. A road test involves driving your own vehicle with a driver examiner as an observer.

Telephone Road Test Bookings

1-888-570-6110 or 647-776-0331


Review & Ratting

Chris Noel

06 Oct 2020 04:43
"Take it as 0 or -5 rating. We went today for the test and my brother took the number. We parked our car in the drive test parking lot. As the lot is full, we parked the car in the corner lot. My brother was sitting in the car and I was waiting outside at 12:50pm. No one showed up till 2:00 pm. So, I asked a lady there.. her response " I came here 5 times and I waited for 25 min.. you guys were not in the parking lot, so your test is cancelled." I tried to explain her clearly that to check the cameras as we were here from more than an hour. She was refusing to check the camera and instead she was yelling at us that she'll call cops. I was even ready to face that.. as it was not my mistake.. she called security instead of cops, he didn't said anything.. Another character in that test place is the receptionist.. OMG! she came out and wrote my car number on a paper. My question - Will this lead to any problem..? Lost respect on this place and staff.. no one is polite except one old guy who takes drive test.. He said, "I can't do anything as I just take drive test... I'm sorry"."


29 Aug 2020 02:16
"From the ladies at the door and inside working the computers and counters, to the people doing the examinations, they all have absolutely flawless professionalism as well as politeness. The test is firm but fair, and the people on the inside are always willing to joke around and congratulate you on your test! Also their Covid 19 protocols and guidelines are great and made me feel very safe while I was there, from sanitizer at the door, to the instructors putting a bag over your passenger seat so they spread the minimum amount of germs in your car. I recommend this DriveTest Centre to anybody who is going to get their license, an wonderful experience."


17 Sep 2020 06:08
"Took my G2 road test (G1 exit) here and passed, despite being a bundle of nerves. Efficient and professional staff. My examiner gave me an overview of what to improve on afterwards. Make sure you can parallel park, do 3 point turn and know what direction to turn wheels when uphill/downhill with or without curb. Good luck!"

Abram Harder

10 Sep 2020 06:43
"For m1 there are 3 sets of tests one set is specifically designed for you to fail so you have to come again n pay them more money, there's some questions that have absolutely nothing to do with safety or driving a motorcycle and some that do not make sense"


02 Sep 2020 01:26
"The individuals inside the centre were polite and extremely helpful. My examiner was so rude I was nearly in tears. An older male examiner asked me to turn right at the next road. I did not feel like I had enough time to safely do so. I maintained my speed and explained this to him. He begins to literally shout at me while I drove down the road that I "NEED TO TURN RIGHT" and "LISTEN TO WHAT HE SAYS" and that I needed to "SLOW DOWN" even though I know for an absolute fact I was going 3mph below the speed limit (I checked when he started yelling at me). I felt unsafe and unfocused because his yelling was distracting my driving. I proceeded to ace the rest of the exam at which point he changed his tone and started being nice. I can't explain in words how much his actions today bothered me. No one should speak to another human being like that. No one should yell while a beginner driver is operating a vehicle. This man should not be in charge of the young drivers of the future. I have not stopped thinking about it since it happened. I hope he sees this."

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