We have been teaching our students how to drive for over 20 years. With the best practices in driving, we are confident that you will get that license you’ve been hoping to get. Driving in British Columbia isn’t as hard as you may think. If you’re not feeling to confident to take your test, maybe an hour of driving around is all you need. Book an appointment now and see what we mean.
You'll need to be a learner for at least 12 months before you can take a road test and graduate to the next level. Remember, there's no rush, take the test when you feel ready. Your learner's licence stays valid for two years. If you need more time, you can renew your learner's licence by re-taking and passing the knowledge test. If you renew your learner's licence you don't have to wait any extra time to take your road test. While you're a learner, you'll have to drive with a qualified supervisor and follow the restrictions that are printed on your licence. These rules are really important. Not following them could mean that you pay a penalty or extend the time you spend in graduated licensing. Drive safely—don't get left behind. Reference ICBCMore Info
Novice - Class 7
You can take your road test as long as you've had your L licence (learner’s) for at least 12 months and have stayed prohibition-free. To get ready for your test, be sure to get lots of on-road driving practice with a qualified supervisor and consider taking a driver training course. Try to practice at different times of day, in different weather and road conditions, and in unfamiliar neighbourhoods. Reference ICBCMore Info
One of the cars we use is a Toyota Prius. It is one of the highest-ranked Hybrid and Electric cars. It is a well-rounded hybrid car with an excellent fuel economy and lots of space inside. With its lightweight structure, you will be driving comfortably whether in highway or inside cities. Call or email us to book an appointment now.More Info