10 lessons are the minimum requirement by Ministry of Transportation for the full course. Whether the mandatory 10 hours are sufficient enough depends on the learning skills of each driver as an individual. If you feel the ten hours were not enough, we also offer additional individual driving lessons as well as packages. Your instructor can tell you about them or you can call our office if after completion you feel the additional hours are needed. Practice makes perfect. The more you have driven the more confident you will be in yourself when it comes to your road test, it is our recommendation to practice at home as well.
Yes, you can join the course any weekday or weekend. Just call our office and we can let you know what day’s classes are running.
You can start the course without your G1, but you must have it by the time you are ready to start your driving lessons.
No,we give you the option of doing your classes and in-car lessons side-by-side or you may begin your in-car lessons after completing the classes. It’s your choice!
You can call 1-888-570-6110 or log on to www.drivetest.ca, or your instructor, or our office can book your test for you.
If you take our ministry approved course, you can take your test after waiting a minimum of 8 months from date of license issue. Otherwise you must wait a minimum of 1 year.
You can combine weekdays and weekends and get it done in 10 days.
It’s up to the students whenever they want to start they have one year to fit every thing in.
You must complete the course within one (1) year of your starting date.
Yes, you can pay half of the course fee on the 1st in-class lesson and the other half on your 1st in-car lesson.
20 hours of in class, 10 hours of in car driving lesson and 10 hours of home work.
If you took the course after September 2008, your information gets forward to MTO. You can go to Service Ontario and they can reprint you another copy that will cost you $12.
The next time you go for your test you will have to pay $50.00 for your G1 exit test, or $85.00 for your G2 exit.
All Nations Driving School has been in the business for over 20 years, with 6 different locations to better accommodate our students. Both in-class and in-car instructors are licensed by MTO and are re-evaluated by the owner every year. They are determined to provide the best service, our instructors are patient and take the time to help each student learn to drive and their own pace and comfort level. Customer satisfaction is our first concern. Our phone lines are open from 8:00 am till 10:00 pm from Monday to Sunday.
When a student completes the full course In class in car and home work. All Nations Driving School will process your certificate and than you can walk in to your closest Service Ontario location to pick up your certificate.
But please call us or check on line if you are certified before you go there.
The certificates are issued by the MTO (ministry of transportation) in Kingston.
Anyone who has G License and 4 years of experience in Ontario.
All Nations Driving School puts their students first, trying to keep prices as low as possible. All driving schools that are approved by the Ministry of Transportation have the same certificate provided at the end of course completion, no schools can offer a greater or lesser insurance deductible. Since All Nations has been around for 20 years the company does not need to put money towards advertising their name. Our advertising is done through word of mouth, we are very thankful for the recommendations we have received from past students and their parents. All Nations Driving School is well known for producing strong and confident drivers, we are well respected driving school.
All Nations Driving School offer a one hour refresher lesson before the road test, You can also use driving instructor’s car for the road test. All Nations Driving School has been in the business for more than 20 years and our driving instructors are very experienced with road test centers. We are known by examiners to bring our students for their tests only once they are ready to hit the road in real life. Yes you can use the instructor’s car for an additional cost depending upon which test centre you choose to go.