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Frequent Asked Questions

  1. Is CIRCUIT Driving School offering an MTO-approved driver education course?
  2. What does the course consist of?
  3. Does this course entitles the graduate to a potential reduction in Automobile insurance premiums?
  4. Can I shorten the time it takes to get a full driver's licence?
  5. Do I need my G1 to take the course?
  6. When and where are the in-class sessions?
  7. When are the in-car lessons?
  8. Where are the in-car lessons?
  9. How do I register for the course?
  10. Are gift certificates available?

Q: Is CIRCUIT Driving School offering an MTO-approved driver education course?

A: Yes. Upon successful completion of the course, you will be certified through the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario (MTO) and recognized by the Insurance Industry.

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Q: What does the course consist of?

A: It consists of 20 hours of classroom training, 10 hours of Homelink and a minimum of 10 hours (automatic) or a minimum of 12 hours (auto manual) of in-car lessons. Here is an overview of what is covered in the course:

  • Defensive Driving
  • Winter Driving
  • Strategic Driving
  • Driving under Adverse Conditions
  • Avoiding Collisions
  • Rules of the Road
  • City Driving
  • Highway/Freeway Driving
  • Parking Maneuvers
  • Most important, the DRIVER …and much more

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Q: Does this course entitles the graduate to a potential reduction in Automobile insurance premiums?

A: Yes. Upon successful completion of the course at Circuit Driving School, your course will be recognized by the Insurance Industry.

Q: Can I shorten the time it takes to get a full driver's licence?

A: Yes, a G1 driver can finish Level One after only eight months instead of waiting one full year by successfully completing the CIRCUIT Driving School MTO-approved beginner driver education program.

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Q: Do I need my G1 to take the course?

A: No, not for the classroom training sessions. As a matter of fact, the classroom training sessions will help you answer the written test at the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario (MTO) before obtaining your G1. Once you obtain your G1, you may start the in-car lessons.

Q: When and where are the classroom training sessions?

A: The in-class part of the program is offered at the RAY FRIEL CENTRE, 1585 Tenth Line Road on specific weekends, weeks in the summer and during Christmas & March break. To check up-coming sessions, visit the Programs & Cost page.

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Q: When are the in-car lessons?

A: The in-car lessons are booked according to your schedule and your Driving Instructor. All lessons are private, one on one sessions.

Q: Where are the in-car lessons?

A: We start and finish the lessons from your home, school or work within the city limits of our permit. We use our vehicles that are equipped with dual brakes.

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Q: How do I register for the course?

A: Several options are offered to register and reserve your seat for our MTO-approved beginner driver education course.

  • Fill in the Registration Form and follow the instructions
  • Send us an e-mail at circuit90@hotmail.com
  • Give us a call at (613) 824-2277 and leave a message
  • Leave us your Name & Address. We will mail or deliver to your door an information package & registration form.
  • Registration forms are available at the RAY FRIEL CENTRE. As you walk in, look for our advertising billboard and pick up a registration form.

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Q: Are gift certificates available?

A: Yes! What a great idea to give as a Birthday present, Graduation present, Christmas present or on any occasion. Are there any other certificates more valuable in life than a Driver Education Certificate? Not to our knowledge considering that new drivers between 16-24yrs of age have the highest % of collisions.

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Contact us:
Phone: (613) 824-2277 Email: circuit90@hotmail.com

©Last updated: Feb. 16, 2015