Why do we teach people to drive? Why did we enter the driving school industry nearly 2 decades ago? We want to save lives and make a difference; our goal is to reduce the crashes and the carnage on the roads of B.C. and we won’t stop until we succeed.We dream of a British Columbia in which you can trust your fellow driver, a place where courtesy and common sense rule. This is our crusade. We want to help make B.C. a place to be copied and admired — known worldwide for the quality of our driving citizenry. No longer do we want to be known as the number one province in Canada with the highest crash rate per kilometer of roadway, and no longer on our roads shall we have the highest fatality rate of any developed country in the world; we are here to help change all that; we are here to do our part.
Because we believe that 8,500 teenagers and youth killed, on average, each and every year is just not acceptable– we are going to make a difference. It is an uphill battle, to be sure, we know it– with over 85% of drivers in B.C. having never seen the inside of a driving school classroom or a driving school car, it’s going to be tough, but this is why we are here, this is why we exist. We serve Surrey, Delta, Langley, White Rock, and Abbotsford. We’re on a Mission. President
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Guess how many points against your license you will have and the fine you would have to pay for these driver offenses
No driver’s licence/wrong class
Backing in safer than backing out
SCHOOL is back in session now and we need to adjust the way we see things so, this month I would like to talk about “KIDS and BLIND ZONES”! How many kids do you think could be behind a vehicle without being seen by you in your mirrors? First, take a guess at that number, then click on the video at the right and watch it for a bit. Backing up is one of the most dangerous maneuvers we do in our cars and we do it almost every day so we may not give it much thought; this video might make us think twice.