"F" Class

Ultra-Star Cover Photo Final SMThis course does not require to be registered under the PCC Act, 2005.

If you have an Ontario Class F license you are permitted to drive vehicles with a maximum of 24 passenger capacity such as airport shuttle buses, para-transit vehicles and ambulances.

This one-day course teaches you all the fundamental skills to challenge the F class license and includes the use of the vehicle for the road test at the Drive Test Centre.

The course is taught by experienced, qualified instructors. Courses are available on a continuous basis throughout the year on an as-required basis and are individual.   The pre-requisites are shown below. You may register online for this course.


Please obtain these pre-requisites, before registering.
If registering for these courses on-line, you must bring a copy of your medical and your written test to the school of your training day, or scan and email them to us.
We will not book any in-vehicle lessons or a road test until we have proof you passed your written and paid the testing fees.

  • You must be 18 or over to apply for the Class F course
  • Minimum requirement-Ontario Class ‘G’ Driver’s License (Class G1 & G2 are NOT eligible)
  • You will also need to pick up an MTO medical form when you purchase your handbook. Medical Forms are available at our office or at Service Ontario licensing offices.
  • Anyone who is upgrading their license to a commercial license must bring in the completed medical to your local Drive Test Centre when you go to write your written test. (The Drive Test Centre will keep your medical form. We recommend you make copies of it before handing it in.)  OR DOWNLOAD MEDICAL FORM HERE
  • Purchase a copy of the Ministry of Transportation’s ‘Bus Driver Handbook’ and read it over in preparation for the Drive Test’s Written Test. This manual can be purchased at Service Ontario License & Vehicle Offices, the Drive Test Centre or your local bookstore. You may be able to get it from your local library.
  • You will be required to pay the licensing fee when you do the written test.

To register, you need to have completed your MTO Medical and have written the F class knowledge test.