Of course. You’ll be able begin the online course without your G1 and start the in-car training once you get G1. Ministry of Transportation requires that courses should be completed within one year to be qualified for certification.
It is highly recommended that you complete the online course before starting in-car training. On the other hand, online course completion is not a requirement to begin in-car training. You may begin your online course before or after completing the in-car course. It’s your choice!
If you take our Ministry approved course, you will be eligible for your G2 road test 8 months after the issue date of your G1. Otherwise, you must wait a minimum of one year to take your G2 test. In other words, earning your Beginner Driver Education certificate will reduce the waiting period by four months!
Of course you can pay half the amount on the first day of the online lessons and the remainder before you start the road lessons.
Log on to www.drivetest.ca, fill in your information and book your road test for the next available date at a DriveTest centre near you.
You can start your lessons after you have paid in full, completed all the homework and the in-class training. Your in-car instructor will give you a call to set up your in-car lessons.
According to the Ministry of Transportation, you must finish the entire course within one year.
New drivers who earn their BDE certification may be eligible for a discount for their insurance depending on the area you live in, make, model, color and age of your car, and any other factors that your insurance company takes into account when rating your insurance quote. The Driver’s License History (DLH) provides proof of successful completion and graduation from a Beginner Driver’s Education (BDE) course. The DLH is widely recognized by the insurance industry as proof of course completion. Once your certification has been processed, your course completion will be recorded on your DLH which you may pick up from Service Ontario or order online.
The full course program consists of 20 hours of online theory instruction, 10 hours of flexible instruction/homework (homelinks), and 10 hours of in-vehicle training. These are the three Ministry requirements for certification eligibility.
Your certification will be processed once the 20 hours of online theory instruction, 10 hours of flexible instruction/homework (homelinks), and 10 hours of in-vehicle training are complete. These are the three Ministry requirements for certification eligibility. Please check in with our office to confirm if your certification has been processed prior to going to Service Ontario to pick up your Driver’s License History.
You can go any to Service Ontario location and request them to print you a copy of your DLH for $12.
Yes. Free pick-up and drop-off is provided unless you reside in a restricted area or out of town.
No, we cover our area. But if it’s too far from our area you can arrange a meeting point with the instructor.
Yes you can use the instructor’s car for an additional cost depending on which test centre you choose to go to. The use of the car for the road test will also come with a refresher lesson on the day of the exam. We strongly recommend opting to use your instructor’s vehicle for the road test as students will feel most comfortable driving the car that they have learned in. Additionally, the school roof sign on top of the car will alert other drivers on the road that the student is a beginner.
Online course can be done without the G1 license. G1 license is required for in-car course.
There are no age restrictions for our driving programs.
Only students are allowed during in-car lessons for insurance and liability reasons.
Yes, you can. You can purchase individual driving lessons and practice or learn any driving related skill.
Of course, we offer different refresher lesson packages to help you prepare for your test.
You can go again after 10 days.