Insurance Certificate

After the BDE course completion, you will get a certificate from Ministry of Transportation. If you successfully complete a BDE Course (Driving Course) in our Driving School in Toronto, you may be eligible for a potential insurance discount. You are advised to notify your insurance company of course completion by providing your insurance company with a Driver's Licence History (DLH) which is proof of successful BDE course completion.

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Ontario's  Graduated Licensing System

To apply for a license in Ontario, you must be at least 16 years old, pass a vision test and pass a test of your knowledge of the rules of the road and traffic signs. The written test may ask you about: seatbelts, traffic signs and lights, emergency vehicles, how to use headlights, speed limits, entering or exiting a freeway, what drivers must do when they meet streetcars and school buses, driver licence suspensions, the demerit point system, passing other vehicles, collision reporting, sharing the road with other road users, rules of the road. After passing these tests, you will get a G1 Licence (enter the Level One).

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Toronto News: Distracted Driving (including Interview with Mak GDA Teacher)

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    Distracted Driving

Ontario’s new distracted driving rules take effect January 2019. Distracted driving refers to the act of driving while engaging in other activities which distract the driver's attention away from the road. The new rules are meant to encourage drivers to shift their focus on to the road by increasing fines and threatening license suspensions.