Millennium Driving School
(MTO Approved BDE Course Provider)

Program Outline

In-Class Lessons

Driver's Education consists of 20 hours of classroom lecture, discussions, videos, and presentations. Unlike other schools, we try our best to make Driver's Education an enjoyable, yet informative experience. We Do NOT make our students sit in a corner and read all the literature or watch videos on their own. We involve them as much as possible with student-to-student discussions and student-to-teacher discussions, as well as we offer them some quizzes to gain their attention.

Topics Covered

  • How to become a responsible Driver
  • Getting to know your car
  • Maneuvering your car
  • Driving in the city
  • Driving on the Highways, Freeways and Country Roads
  • Winter driving
  • How to avoid collisions
  • Driving at night
  • Drinking & driving
  • Reducing the risk of accidents and injuries
  • How to maintain your car

Once the 20 hours of Driver's Education In-Class lessons are completed, the student is ready for safe driving. Written tests taken in the class determines whether you are ready to go on the road or not.

In-Car Lessons

This is where the fun begins!

Once you pass your written test, which is almost certain, you can start your actual behind-the-wheel driver's training. Our certified instructors can pick you up wherever is most convenient - home, work, school, etc.

All of our training vehicles here at Toronto are fully insured and bonded so there is nothing to be worried about, and in order to provide the safest driving experience possible, our vehicles are equipped with dual brake controls. These dual controls allow our instructors to intervene in case it is necessary to prevent a collision. Our training vehicles are also equipped with comfort features like air conditioning, power-steering and power-braking/ABS. Our instructors are professional, experienced and courteous.

You'll learn the following:

  • 3 point turn
  • Parallel parking
  • Reverse parking
  • Front parking
  • Lane change
  • Left Turn
  • Right turn
  • Emergency stop
  • Following distance
  • How to avoid collission
  • Proper use of mirrors and blind spot
  • Proper observations of traffic signs
  • How to pass the road test