Defensive Drivers Ontario provides the “Say Dez!” MTO-approved Beginner Driver Education Course which consists of 20 hours of in-class lessons, 10 hours of in-car lessons and 10 hours of independent homework.
If you feel that the 10-hours In-Car practice was not enough for you or you simply need to refresh your driving skills, we have several In-Car Lessons Packages for you to choose from:
Whether you have been driving for months or you haven’t had a chance to practice regularly, you might need some guidance or a refresher to successfully pass your G2 or G road test. In order to pass the G test, you need to be comfortable driving on the freeway, confidently entering and exiting express ways, changing lanes and handling truck and trailers sharing the road with you.
Let our instructors help you overcome the anxiety, go over the test components and eliminate bad driving habits if necessary.
Our school is proudly offering courses in defensive driving to make sure our students are best prepared for the road and feel comfortable making decisions in any situation. Defensive driving is a skill you master through study, training and practice which requires knowledge of traffic laws, alertness to conditions around your vehicle, foresight, judgment and skill.
What is “defensive driving”? According to the standard Safe Practices for Motor Vehicle Operations: “defensive driving is driving to save lives, time, and money, in spite of the conditions around you and the actions of others
I would love to say thank you to Peter for taking me out on your Defensive Driver Course. I have done these courses before with other establishments and I must say that this Course was by far the best! The in class was very well thought out and the drive was very relaxing. I would highly recommend this class to anyone who feels they need more practice on driving safely on roads, or just a simple refresher. The 1 on 1 class allows for a great chance to get to know your instructor which i found to be a very big positive and makes it easier to relax and take in all of the knowledge Peter has to offer (which is a lot).
During the Driving portion of the course I had the DART driver cut across 2 lanes of traffic trying to make the almost past Exit.. Peter remained nice and calm and complemented me on my driving. Again thanks so much and it was great meeting you Peter. It was a real pleasure! (Josh A)
Ontario is enhancing its driver’s licence renewal program to help seniors who are fit to drive to update their licences!
Starting April 21, 2014, drivers aged 80 and over will no longer have to complete a written knowledge test.Instead, they will participate in shorter, simpler renewal program that includes:
First, you will have to pass the written knowledge test (G1). If you have more than two years of driving experience in your home country you may be able to get your Ontario licence much faster than a new driver by taking the G road test. If you are not successful, you will have to go back one step and take the G2 test first before retaking the G test.
Please do not register your name on the MTO website for the G2 test. This step is irreversible; you will have to take the G2 and then the G. We strongly advise you to contact our office – our professionals will happily guide you through the proper procedure!
The three hour lesson allows newcomers to Canada to familiarize themselves with the traffic laws, driving rules, and road signs that are found in Canada, as well as many great tips to stay safe on Canadian roads.
Includes G Road Test