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Attending an accredited driving school has many benefits for new drivers, including the possibility of reduced car insurance rates. Driving schools help to reduce the risks that new drivers represent on the road due to inexperience and lack of knowledge, which in turn reduces the risk to insurance companies who are providing their coverage.
Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) December 13, 2012
New drivers preparing for the G1 test , the Class 7 test Alberta or any other provincial driving test will have a better chance of passing by improving their skills at an accredited driving school. icandrive.ca recommends selecting an accredited driving school by watching for a few simple things.
Referrals and Reputation
One of the most important things when choosing a driving school to prepare for the driving test is to look for the school’s reputation and to seek referrals from others. Online sources can provide reviews from those who have already completed driver training programs at that driving school, and it is also a good idea to ask people you know personally what school they have used and what their experience was.
When looking for a driving school in Ontario, make certain that the school is Ministry-approved. The Ministry of Transportation evaluates and approves driving schools in the province to ensure the highest quality driver training. MTO-approved driving schools are a good choice as they are most likely to qualify for a car insurance discount. The Ministry offers a current list of approved driving schools for the G1 test. Most provinces have a similar system. Driving schools are also often rated by the Better Business Bureau or other consumer advocate agencies.
Insurance Discount Qualification
When calling around for car insurance quotes, it’s a good idea to ask which driving schools they will accept in order to offer a new driver discount. Insurance companies differ on their policies for offering such discounts, so be sure to ask your current insurance company and any company from which you request a quote. This will help to avoid missing out on the discount after taking a driving course that doesn’t qualify.
Training and Experience
Look for a driving school with highly trained instructors who have a great deal of experience with teaching new and inexperienced drivers. Be sure to ask questions about the school’s experience, years in business, and success rate with helping drivers to pass the test on the first attempt. Also ask if they provide any sort of guarantee for their services. Remember that the school is providing a service and should be willing to provide information regarding how well they perform that service; drivers should feel confident that they will get their money’s worth.
Choosing a driving school is a personal decision, but to ensure a high quality experience that will provide the best value for money, it’s best to do some research in advance. Start with a list of accredited driving schools and narrow it down based on all of the other factors. The best driving schools will be happy to answer all questions and secure the confidence of its customers – new drivers.
icandrive.ca has compiled a list of driving schools in addition to other useful driving resources including G1 practice test, Class 7 Alberta test, Class 7 Practice Test for Saskatchewan and much more, which can help first time and experienced drivers learn how to drive in Canada in an efficient manner with a focus on exactly what you need to know to be a successful, licensed Canadian driver.
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