Driving School

If an ASDN isn’t conveniently located, CAA continues to be there to help you pick the best driving course for your teen. We recommend these guidelines that will help you find an excellent driving school:

  1. Find a course that’s MTO-approved. Beginner Driver Education Programs must certanly be MTO-approved to enable graduates to apply for their G2 road test 4 months prior to when new drivers who don’t complete an MTO-approved course. Each of our ADSN locations teach an MTO-approved curriculum that meets and exceeds Ministry standards.
  2. Make sure the driving school is licensed because of the MTO. Each of CAA’s ASDN locations are properly licensed. If you choose a school which is not an ASDN, ensure so it’s not on the MTO’s list of revoked driving schools.
  3. Verify the instructor’s credentials and class size requirements. Smaller class sizes imply that your teen can get more one-on-one education. The instructor should hold proper insurance and a MTO Provincial Instructor Licence in order to teach a driving education course. She or he also needs to provide progress and evaluation reports to students throughout the course.
  4. Verify that working out vehicles are insured and properly plated. All training vehicles ought to be defined as such, endorsed and insured appropriately. The Driver Instructor Licence must be displayed within the training vehicle all of the time while providing instruction.

Asking family and friends for driving school recommendations or reading online reviews can go a long way to locating a school which you along with your teen would be confident with. CAA can also be here to offer help and support. Contact us at driver@caasco.com with any questions you may have, or check our approved list of driving schools.