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Tips to Choosing a Driving School
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As a new driver, choosing professional driving instructor may be the best way to put yourself safely in the driver’s seat. A driver training course or high school driver education program approved by the provincial government can teach you the skills to become a responsible driver. You may also be eligible to take your road test sooner and save money on insurance premiums.

Approved driver training courses in Ontario must offer at least 25 hours of classroom training and 10 hours of behind-the-wheel training. Look for a program that offers high quality instruction and a comfortable learning environment. The school should also be equipped with up-to-date books, CDs videotapes, overheads and other visual aids.

To help you choose the best driving school and course for you, use this checklist of features.
  • Basic maneuvers
  • Books, CDs, Audio visual equipment
  • Certificate fee
  • Certificate of completion
  • Classroom facilities
  • Consumer protection insurance
  • Course information package
  • Driving in adverse conditions
  • Freeway driving
  • Instructor qualifications and experience
  • In-vehicle topics covered
  • Low student/teacher ratio
  • Minimum 25 class room training and 10 behind-the-wheel instruction hours
  • Number of years in business
  • Personalized program
  • Registered educational institution
  • Regular instructor upgrading
  • Risk perception and management
  • Strategic driving
  • Student progress and evaluation report
  • Testimonials
  • Training materials
  • Tuition receipts
  • Use of vehicle for road test
Drivers who successfully exit from driver training course, are eligible for insurance rate discounts. Check with your insurance company
 
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