Frequently Asked Questions
What are your prices?
We offer first time students a trial lesson for $65. Our full price list is under the 'Pricing' tab.
Can I afford it?
Driving students find it difficult finding an affordable driving school, so prices vary from other driving schools. With our current pricing we have produced drivers who make roads safer.
I have taken a trial lesson with one of your instructors, now what?
At the end of the trial lesson the instructor will help you choose a package or an individual lesson appropriate for your level. An instructor recommending a package with more lessons is offered to students most in need of it. In fact, most students will choose the package for extra practice without the recommendation of the instructor.
How effective are our driving lessons?
Our driving school services in multi languages eliminating the language barrier between student and teacher. There are not many driving schools that service students in a language other than English. Some of our students have come to us after leaving a driving school due to a language barrier. The immigration wave prompts it and we eliminate it saving the student time and fees, and much less anxiety.
What areas of B.C. do you cover?
All of Lower Mainland, including the cities Vancouver, Burnaby, Coquitlam.
How long has the school been around?
Approximately 9 years, but fully in demand the last 8 years.
How do I join?
Click the 'Book With Us' or call us at 778 319 1626.
What package do I choose?
Your Instructor will help you choose a package after the trial lesson.
How are we evaluated?
Your instructor will evaluate you through a booklet and a customized mind-map for the student will be made. Normal training will still apply when necessary.
Do we get feedback?
Of Course. We write you additional feedback after every lesson, including in car feedback during a lesson. We also build a customized mind map tracking your progression.
What is the rate of success through your driving school?
Recent statistics had 12 of 15 of the students we had taught driving on their own; the success rate here would be 80%. The 3 who were not successful were 'trying us out' while taking lessons from a primary driving school. With our multilingual, great serviced, local and affordable way, our students pass their road test in common hours. Does that answer the question?