Short answer: It depends. Learn more about the amount of time it takes to become a safe driver.
Short answer: Many. We have a page explaining all the driving skills we teach.
You can try contacting some of the other driving schools to see if they can accommodate the date and time you are looking for.
The Learner Driver’s licence is valid for 2 years. If you do not go for your class 7 road test and pass during that time period, you will be required to the knowledge test again at ICBC.
No. You need a qualified supervisor: a person with a valid class 5, 4, 3, 2, or 1 driver's licence. They must be 25 years or older. Or you can practice with the help of a licensed driving instructor. To learn more please visit ICBC’s website.
This is a fair question and we have explained the reasoning in our Why is the Learner's Stage a Year Long article.
A novice licence allows you to drive anywhere but you have to follow the restrictions set out by ICBC, such as: zero tolerance for alcohol in blood while operating a vehicle. You can have one non-family member passenger and as many family passengers as your vehicle safely seats. Your N sign must be clearly displayed on the back of your vehicle. To learn more visit ICBC’s website.
The short answer is no. We can workaround language barriers. Learn more in our Workaround to Language Barrier in Driving Lessons article.
Short answer: Yes. To learn more, visit our article on: advantages to having your child learn at a driving school in addition to driving time that you can provide them.
We care a lot about our students because we want the roads we drive on to be filled with competent and safe drivers. To learn more, view our Why We Care About Our Students article.
We want you to walk away from each lesson feeling one step closer to being fully confident on the road. To learn more, visit our article about our main objective for each driving lesson.
Because they have no regard for their own safety or the safety of others that they share the road with. This means you need to be more aware on the road to compensate for their bad habits. To learn more, read our How do Distracted Drivers Change the Game for You as a Driver article.