When you really care...
(These lessons are usually best done in your car, automatic or manual)
I am a certified Canada Safery Council defensive driving instructor
as well as licensed Ontario Ministry New Driver course instructor
As they say, it's a jungle out there, and getting worse - one single accident,
even if it's not "your fault", can cost you a lot of money and cause untold
pain and suffering - and Ontario's no-fault insurance system doesn't make things
easier. You may drive carefully, but do you know what habits you need to have
to avoid "the other guy"...
Put the chances on your side by making sure you're doing everything possible
to insure your safety and that of your loved ones. The Defensive Driving lesson
combines an evaluation of your current driving habits with changes you need
to make and a discussion of safe driving habits. One 60 min. session is normally
sufficient to cover most driving situations. The Defensive Driving lesson
is normally done in your own vehicle (automatic or standard) - you must have
a valid G2 or G licence.
If conditions are appropriate, the Collision Avoidance course can be combined
with winter driving techniques.