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NEW for Sprint Driving School North York Students!

The Classroom Portion of the MTO Beginner Driver Education Courses is now available in the Online Format.
Students of the Sprint Driving School North York can start the BDE course at any time.

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Sprint Driving School North York is a Ministry-Approved BDE course provider.

Sprint Driving School North York has more than 20 years of experience in helping our students learn the art of driving. In addition to our professional, one-on-one approach, we are dedicated to providing friendly, reliable driving school services for a competitive price.

Whatever your level of driving experience, Sprint Driving School can offer driving lessons in North York, Maple, Vaughan, Thornhill, Richmond Hill and Aurora to suit you. From driving tests to refresher courses, our friendly and experienced instructors will help you to achieve your goal quickly and affordably.

Our Driving School North York provides you with a great choice of courses and packages. It gives you the opportunity to select the one that fits your needs better. Not sure which one is the best option for you? Don’t worry, call us and we will be more than happy to assist you with it by assessing your previous driving experience and providing you with the right options.

Sprint Driving School provides you with the best service and driving education possible.

Trust us – we take our job seriously and we know we are responsible for creating safe roads of tomorrow by preparing today’s new knowledgeable drivers that will practice safe driving behaviours.

We know a lot and we will help you become a confident driver so you are not only prepared to successfully pass your road test, but are also able to apply safe driving skills on a daily basis.

Ready to start? Please check the list of the MTO-approved Beginner Driver Education (BDE) courses, Driving Lessons or Driving Lessons with the Road Test Packages under the Sprint Driving School North York Courses Menu option.

Our Services

  • MTO Approved BDE Courses

    Sprint Driving School North York guarantees the best quality of MTO Approved Courses. Known as one of the best driving school in North York, we have more than 20 years of experience in helping students learn the art of driving. What students learn in the classroom is what they practice in the car with a driving instructor.

  • Private in-car driving lessons

    Sprint Driving School in-car instructors demonstrate all life-saving techniques during the driving lesson. Our students have the opportunity to practice these skills with a professional by their side. That means when it happens in real life – they’ll know what to do!

  • Great Experience with the Driving School North York - Sprint

    We do our best to provide parents with the most reliable service and teach their teenage kids the art of driving. We take the trust and the responsibility for tomorrow's safe drivers seriously. The great feedback from our students and their parents is our most valuable asset!

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5 Driving Lessons + Instructor car for the Road Test for $355

Faqs & Latest Posts

Ontario has a ``graduated licensing`` system. This means you have to take three license steps over 5 years before getting a full driver's license. The first license you get is called G1, the second one is called G2 and the full license’s name is G

You need to be minimum of 16 years old to get your G1 license With your G1 license received, you need to wait for 12 months to get your G2 license after passing the road test. If you complete MTO (Ministry Transportation of Ontario) approved driving school course (it is called BDE - Beginner Driver Education course), your waiting time is reduced to 8 months. So, you can get G2 license after 12 months without a driving school course and after 8 months with a driving school certificate. You can get G license (Full Driving License) after a year from receiving your G2. So, there is a MINIMUM 1-year wait between G2 and G licenses. You can complete the graduated license system in as little as 20 months, and you have MAXIMUM 5 years.

You have to be at least 16 years old. You must pass an eye test to find out if you can see well enough to drive safely, and you must take a written test about the rules of the road.

To get the G2 license, you have to pass a road test and have had your G1 for 8 months (if you took driver training with an MTO approved driving school) or 1 year if you practised your driving skills without using an approved driving school

Before you can get a full G license you must have your G2 license for at least 12 months (or 8 months with driver's training) AND pass the G2 road test. After successfully passing the G2 road test, you are now a full G license holder and if you are older than 21 you can enjoy driving on Ontario without restrictions. If you are 21 or younger there are some restrictions.

As a G1 driver you can’t drive alone. You will have to: • drive with a fully licensed driver who has at least four years of driving experience (and a blood alcohol level of less than .05 per cent, in case he or she needs to take over the wheel) • be sure that the other driver is the only other person in the front seat • make sure that everyone in the car has a seatbelt • stay off Ontario's ``400-series`` highways or key highways such as the Queen Elizabeth Way, Don Valley Parkway and the Conestoga Parkway • have zero blood alcohol level. This means no drinking before and while driving • not driving between midnight and 5:00 am. NOTE: As a G1 driver, you can drive on any road (including major highways) if the driver accompanying you is a licensed Ontario driving instructor

12 Month Practice Period: You may practice with your G2 license for 12 months, without the need for another experienced driver in the vehicle, on any Ontario roads, at any time. Zero Blood Alcohol: You must maintain a zero-blood alcohol level. All Passengers Must Wear Seatbelts: You must carry only as many passengers as there are working seatbelts. Additional G2 Restrictions For Drivers 19 And Under Night Driving Restrictions For First 6 Months: You must drive for the first six months with only one passenger who is 19 or under between midnight and 5 a.m. Night Driving Restrictions After 6 Months: You may drive after the first six months with up to three passengers 19 or under between midnight and 5 a.m.

Approximately 4 to 6 weeks but we could get sooner dates for our clients. You can contact us for more enquiry

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