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Kemptville DriveTest Centre

Learning Centre Driving School > Drive Test Examination Centre > Learning Center > Kemptville DriveTest Centre
 
Ontario
400 Prescott St, Kemptville, ON K0G 1J0, Canada
(613) 258-3259
https://drivetest.ca/

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

Massih Kheyri

16 Dec 2019 01:52
"It is a beautiful and open church... I like the community and I felt that everybody is welcomed to this beautiful place."
 

Grant Yusak

20 Jul 2019 04:35
"Historic will look awesome when work on exyeriorus done."
 

Lisa Gale

21 Nov 2018 03:17
"Beautiful building. Incredibly welcoming congregation. Good nursery."
 

Marge Simpson

06 Jun 2018 11:53
"INFO: Prior to 1830, there is little more than a record of itinerant preachers who occasionally visited Kemptville and held services in the houses of the few existing scattered members. Early in 1831, the construction of a small frame church was begun. The first brick church, built on the present site was erected in 1869. On November 10th, 1888, a disastrous fire of incendiary origin started in the basement and destroyed all but the walls and roof of the comparatively new building. The church was rebuilt and reopened on June 24th, 1888 looking on the exterior much as the main portion does today. The church started as Methodist, but by an Act of Parliament, 1925, three great Canadian churches, Congregational, Methodist and Presbyterian entered into Union. On August 7th, 1925, the name "St. John's" was unanimously chosen."
 

Mark Cryderman

08 Dec 2018 01:49
"Great church to go to, friendly people."