Teen Driver's Advantage

Teen Drivers is a highly renowned driving school with a sound reputation for having top notch training in all areas. We really care about your experience with us. So you can depend on us .

We teach what you need to stay safe IN EVERY season whether its nice sunny day in spring/summer or slippery road conditions in winter . Our all Defensive driving programs are made to make sure that our students are ready for the road. We teach you EMERGENCY DRIVING MANEUVERS During your 10 hours of driving at NO EXTRA COST and you do not have to join PREMIUM driving schools where you pay Thousands of Dollars to learn HOW TO SURVIVE on the road.

Here are some of the highlights of Teen Drivers ADVANTAGE.

  • Over 21 years of teaching experience.
  • ABS & Threshold braking
  • Rear crash avoidance.
  • Emergency braking and swerving.
  • Gravel Shoulder recovery.
  • Head-On collision avoidance.
  • Freeway driving tactic.
  • All in-vehicle lessons One-on-One.
  • Pick-up from home - school - work.
  • All courses include defensive driving lessons.
  • In-vehicle lessons customized to each driver’s learning style.
  • Tests are done in-car and in-class to validate students results.
  • Daytime, evening & weekend courses available.
  • Road test preparation.
  • Payment plans available.
  • Teen Drivers exceeds all minimum provincial requirements for certification.
  • Simulated Road Test included in every New Driver course.
  • All classrooms are conveniently located.
  • Clean, comfortable, air conditioned atmosphere.
  • State-of-the-art equipment.
  • Each student receives his/her own workbook.
  • The flexibility to make-up missed sessions.
  • Online Student Portal - Allowing parents to follow progress along.
  • Trained over 15,000 new drivers.
  • Government Approved Course Provider.
  • All Instructors are Licensed annually to meet government standards.
  • All students receive a certificate upon completion of the program.
Teen Driver Differece

How are we different from other driving schools?

We are no ordinary driving school. We teach you Evasive Maneuvers in Emergencies at no extra cost in your driver training.

A ministry approved driving school.

We teach what you need to stay safe IN EVERY season whether its nice sunny day in spring/summer or slippery road conditions in winter . Our all Defensive driving programs are made to make sure that our students are ready for the road. We teach you EMERGENCY DRIVING MANEUVERS During your 10 hours of driving at NO EXTRA COST and you do not have to join PREMIUM driving schools where you pay Thousands of Dollars to learn HOW TO SURVIVE on the road.

We are the First choice for Teen Drivers in Mississauga, comprising of top notch in-class and in-car instructors who are totally focused on your needs. We specialize in Teen Drivers and take pride in teaching new immigrants and experienced drivers alike.

We teach the skills needed to survive on the road in all kind of situations. We believe that Learning Evasive maneuvers IN Emergencies is a Basic Right, not a luxury, that's why our basic program includes these Evasive Maneuvers in emergencies at NO EXTRA COST while we teach you on the road and In the classroom.

At Teen Drivers In-Class you will find an atmosphere of warm, competent and caring teachers who put the emphasis on YOU, the student and our customer. You’re going to do great at this school with our lively classes and fun atmosphere, because we truly care about your progress and success at every stage of your endeavor. Yes, we are committed to giving you a fun and empowering experience on your journey from beginner driver to G2 license holder, so that you can be the envy of all your friends. You’ll learn many topics in class at an affordable price. Everything from winter driving tips to emergency driving. All while enjoying a good time with your peers in a comfortable and warm environment.

The Key to Defensive Driving

When you drive defensively, you're aware and ready for whatever happens. You are cautious, yet ready to take action and not put your fate in the hands of other drivers. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, 90% of all crashes are attributed to driver error.

Car crashes are the major cause of deaths around the world. You cant control how other people drive, but you can have complete control over your driving skills. Let us give you some insight into defensive driving.

Following are the defensive driving tips you can remember which will help you reduce risk while driving.

  1. 1. Think safety first
    2. Be aware of your surroundings
  2. 3. Do not depend on other drivers
    4. Follow the 3- to 4-second rule
  3. 5. Keep your speed down
    6. Have an escape route for emergency brakes
  4. 7. Cut out distractionst
    8. Expect other drivers to make mistakes
  5. 9. Take advantage of safety devices
    10. Always, always, always buckle up
  6. 11. When in doubt, yield
    12. Stop on Fresh or Stale RED light
  7. 13. Use your blinkers
    14. Maintain safe distance from other cars
  8. 15. Use side and back view mirrors wisely
    16. Don't drive drunk, buzzed, high, or low
  9. 17. Adjust for rain
    18. Prepare for snowy weather
  10. 19. Check your tyre condition
    20. Use headlights wisely
  11. 21. Use caution if pulling over on shoulder of road
    22. Respond safely to tailgaters
  12. 23. Keep a steady pace
    24. Look far ahead of your vehicle
10 Driving Emergencies

You can concentrate all you want on the road and still find yourself in a sudden driving emergency.You have to think fast in these situations but your first instinct may make things worse, so what should you do instead?

Here at Teen Drivers we will teach you ways to get out of these driving emergencies. We have in-class and in-car classes which are very important for emergency situations

Following are the 10 most common emergency situatons and we will teach you to deal with them.

  • You Skid Out Of Control.
  • You Fishtail.
  • Your Accelerator Sticks.
  • Your Brakes Fail.
  • Your Steering Wheel Locks.
  • Your Engine Overheats In Heavy Traffic.
  • Running off the Road.
  • Tire Blowout.
  • Animals on the road.
  • Car gets stuck in snow.
Driving in Bad Weather

A good driver must know how to adjust his driving to meet conditions on the road. Driving in a bad weather can be challanging and risky at the same time, precautionary measures should be taken before starting to drive in difficult road conditions.

Your ability to see or to be seen by other motorists is limited in adverse conditoins. There are many driving techniques and tips for these cases. At Teen Drivers you will learn about these techniques and tips.

Following are some of the most common bad driving conditions you can find yourself into, we will teach you to deal with them.

  • Driving in Sun Glare.
  • Driving in Fog.
  • Driving in Rain.
  • Reduced Traction.
  • Driving on Snow and Ice.
  • Driving in Wind.
Get Ontario's Driving License

New Drivers, If at least 16 years old, can apply for driver's licence in Ontario. As a new driver, you will need to practice driving and gain experience over time. For most people, the two-step process takes about 20 months to finish. For more details CLICK HERE

READ or PRINT Ontario Official drivers handbook CLICK HERE

NEW IMMIGRANTS

When you move to Ontario, you can use a valid licence from another province, state or country for 60 days READ MORE