Frequently Asked Questions

When do I have to pay?

Payment from students is expected on the first day of classes or earlier. If you are unable to make the full payment on the day the course starts, please speak with one of our representatives to arrange payment options.

What payment options do I have?

You may pay by MasterCard, Visa, Interac, cheque, or cash.

Are your instructors insured?

Yes. Every one of our in-car instructors is fully insured with instructors insurance.

Do your instructors have a valid instructor license?

Yes. All our instructors have valid instructor licenses and are qualified to prepare you for your Ontario road test.

Where will I get picked up for my in-car lessons?

Our instructors will pick you up at your home (as long as you live within the same city/town as our office). You’ll also be returned home after the lesson is completed. If you live outside the city/town as our office (i.e. you don’t live in Markham/Richmond Hill/Newmarket), you will need to make arrangements to be picked up/dropped off at a local point. You can discuss this with your instructor upon booking your in-car lesson.

How long will it take to assign me an instructor?

Normally, it can take up to 2 weeks after you’ve completed your in-class training. If you are in a rush to complete the lessons, please contact our office.

What makes your driving school different from other schools?

Our attitude. We’re not interested in running stadium-size classes. Nor are we interested in teaching students crash-course style like some of the discounted driving school. We believe you get what you pay for. So we deliver the best possible Ontario driving school instruction at a competitive price. While we’re well priced, our goal isn’t to save money. It’s to save lives.

Who books my road test?

We can book your road test for you or you can book it yourself. The Ontario road test can be booked online by clicking here or by calling 1-888-570-6110.

What if I need more than 10 hours of in-car lessons?

Our instructors attempt to schedule the lessons in such a way that allows you to learn all the necessary skills within the first 6 lessons. This allows us to dedicate the last 4 lessons for review and practice. If you still require more lessons after that, feel free to schedule more lessons with your instructor. If you think you might need more than 10 lessons at the time of registration, let us know. We might be able to save you more money when you purchase additional lessons in advance.

What is the benefit of completing the Ontario drivers ed course?

By completing our Ontario driver’s ed course, you’ll be eligible to take your road test 8 months after you passed your G1. Those who don’t attend a ministry-approved Ontario driving school must wait a full year. Our young drivers program also gets you insurance discounts thanks to the certificate we issue upon completion of the program that’s recognized by the Insurance Bureau of Canada.

How many people will be trained with me?

For the in-class sessions, we allow up to a maximum of 24 students per instructor. During the in-car sessions, we only allow one student in the car at a time so you can focus.

Do I have to complete my G1 in order to attend your Ontario Beginners Driver Ed program?

No. Feel free to enroll in our course prior to completing your G1. Our in-class sessions may actually assist with the review of the G1 test. You must, however, pass your G1 before starting your in-car lessons.

Can I start my in-car training before the in-class sessions?

Yes. If our current in-class sessions don’t line up with your schedule, you can start the in-car portion first. We aim for maximum flexibility while ensuring you absorb the rules of the road so you’re prepared for your Ontario driving test.

What happens if I miss one of my driving school classes?

Our in-class sessions are broken into 4 days. Each day covers different topics and features different tests. That means if you miss a class, you can simply make up that day in a later course. If you miss an in-car lesson and did not provide your instructor the required 24- hour notice prior to the lesson, you may be charged for an additional lesson.

Is your York Region driving school approved by the Ontario Ministry of Transportation?

Yes. Our school is a Ministry-Approved BDE Course Provider.

How long will it take to complete your Ontario drivers ed course?

The in-class portion takes 4 full days to complete. Each class is scheduled, and you must be available for the duration of each scheduled class. The in-car lessons, however, are flexible around the schedules of our young drivers. The complete course must be completed within 1 year from the course start date.

Can I use the instructor’s car for my Ontario driving test?

Yes. However, an additional fee applies. Please visit our courses page for more information.

I need Proof of Course Completion for insurance purposes. What should I do?

Young drivers who want proof of course completion for possible insurance discounts need to obtain their Driver’s Licence History (DLH). Just visit any Service Ontario location in your area. Only the driver’s licence holder can only request the DLH search because it contains personal information. The cost of the DLH is $12.00. Please check your certificate status on the Tomorrow’s Drivers homepage before attempting to obtain your DLH.