Kitchener Waterloo Driving School Services

What kind of driving service do you need? In the Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph, Hamilton, GTA, Straford and New Hamburg areas, we have many different driving schools listed, all offering different types of driving services. These include lessons with automatic and manual shifting, exiting your G test, full packages, single lesson packages, g2 exit exam preparation and much more. Below, you can find descriptions and definitions of some of these driving services that are offered by these different schools.


Automatic Car(41)

Car for Road Test(27)

Full Package(72)

G Exit(16)

G2 Exit(17)

Single Lesson(16)

Standard Car(4)

Written Test Preparation(15)

NO TEXT & DRIVE

Drive safer by using a Hands-free wireless communications devices with an earpiece or Bluetooth device if you can't wait to use your cell phone. Drive safe!

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Driving Lessons

By taking an MTO-approved Beginner Driver Education Course at a driving school, G1 licence holders may qualify for a four-month reduction in the 12-month minimum G1-licensing period as well as a potential reduction in insurance premiums.

Most driving schools instructors are thrive on teaching new and experienced drivers to become a safer driver in Kitchener-Waterloo area. You will not learn driving, you will be entitles insurance discount when you pass full package course. Ask one of the driving schools listed & enroll with local driving school today!

Driving is a Privilege,
Not a Right

Driving Privileges is common misconception that any person in the Canada has a right to drive. There is no such right in the Constitution. Driving a motor vehicle is a privilege, and that privilege can be taken away or modified based on certain conduct, including several issues surrounding drunk driving cases.