Class F

Short Scope:

This is an automatic transmission, 3-day program consisting of two 5-hour session booked close to your road test date, performed using a passenger van.

A Class F license permits you to drive ambulances and any regular bus up to a maximum capacity of 24 passengers. 

Full Scope:

The Class F course consists of 10 hours of practical training and use of our vehicle for the road test.  This training consists of road test preparation, pre-trip inspections, backing up, city & highway driving.  We ask that you write the Class E written test at the Drivetest Centre. Once completed and all fees owed to Drivetest Centre have been paid, you will be eligible for a road test that we will book for you.  This Fast Track program is designed to teach students how to safely operate class F vehicles and obtain the license in a short period of time.  Based on your availability, we try to bring you in for two 5-hour practical training sessions nearest to your road test date.

Commercial Motor Vehicle Inspections


  • –  You must hold a minimum of a G class license to obtain an F
  • –  F covers all G class vehicles


The following outlines the necessary requirements prior to registration into our program.

  1. Complete Your Driver Medical Exam (Commercial Medical Standards)
    This can be done by your family doctor or at a walk-in clinic.  The necessary medical form is available at our office, DriveTest centres and Service Ontario.  We have attached the medical form here for your convenience.  When printing the attachment, kindly make a 2-sided copy.  Make a copy of the completed medical for your records.
  2. Study the MTO Bus Handbook before taking the written test
    This book is available free online or for purchase at OTDS, Service Ontario, Drivetest Centres and Canadian Tire.  For Practice tests click here
  3. When you’ve finished studying, take your completed medical form to DriveTest and write the F written test
    Upon successful completion of the written test, please obtain proof of completion, normally reflected on the yellow sheet.

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