- Insurance Reduction Course: 20% to 40% discount on Insurance for new Drivers.
- Training to Class 5 Basic (GDL) and Advance.
- Practice for Class 7 Learner License. (GDL)
- Winter Driving Course
- Parking Practice
- Brush up Courses
Insurance Reduction Course
20% to 40% discount on Insurance for new Drivers.
This is a great course for insurance reduction. It is 10 hours of Road Training and 15 hours in the classroom.
After completing this course successful students receive a certificate from our school. All insurance companies recognize this certificate for a discount.
Training to Class 5 Basic (GDL) and Advance
Reference: Alberta Transportation
Graduated driver licensing
Regardless of age, all new drivers are part of the Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) program. This program ensures new drivers, regardless of age, get the support, skills, and experience they need to handle the complex task of driving. GDL improves road safety by creating a safe and controlled environment for all new drivers. As a GDL driver, you will hold one of the following operator’s licenses:
- Stage One: Class 7 (Learner’s Operator’s Licence)
- Stage Two: Class 5-GDL (Probationary Licence)
The following information highlights the key features of the Learner (Stage One) and Probationary (Stage Two) phases of the Graduated Driver Licensing program.
Stage 1: Learner (Class 7)
To obtain a class 7 learner’s operator’s license you must:
- be 14 years of age or older
- pass a vision screening
- pass a knowledge test on the rules of the road
- have parental consent if you are under 18 years of age
- have valid identification
- You must hold a learner’s operator’s license (class 7) for at least one year.
- You must be accompanied by a fully licensed (non-GDL probationary) driver who is 18 years of age or older and is seated next to you.
- You are not permitted to drive from midnight to 5 a.m.
- You are not permitted to have more passengers than seat belts.
- You will be suspended if you accumulate eight or more demerit points.
- You must have a zero alcohol level when driving (or riding a motorcycle).
Stage 2: Class 5 Basic: GDL Probationary (Class 5-GDL)
To become a probationary driver you must:
- hold your class 7 operator’s license for a year (this time will be extended if you receive a suspension of your driving privileges)
- be 16 years of age or older
- pass the basic Alberta Class 5 road test
- You must be a probationary driver for a minimum of two years.
- You must have no more passengers than seat belts.
- You will be suspended if you accumulate 8 or more demerit points.
- You must have a zero alcohol level when driving.
- You are not able to re-class your license to a commercial operator’s license (classes 1, 2, 3, or 4).
- You cannot serve as an accompanying driver to a learner.
Stage 3: Full, non-GDL operator’s license (Class 5)
To become a fully licensed driver you must:
- have been suspension free for the last twelve months of the two-year probationary stage
- pass the advanced road test
We have clients registering for our driving classes from across Northeast Calgary, Northwest Calgary, Southeast Calgary, Southwest Calgary, Calgary, Chestermere, Airdrie, Cochrane, Okotoks, Strathmore, and the surrounding areas.