Government-approved driving schools

Government-approved driving schools can help you become a safe and responsible driver. They may also save you money on insurance premiums and let you take your G1 exit road test sooner.

Government-approved driving schools are:

  • licensed
  • meet certain standards set out by the Ministry of Transportation for:
  • in-class and in-vehicle training (must include 40 hours of instruction)
  • general administration
  • advertising

Beginner Driver Education (BDE) programs include:

  • digital or in-person classroom instruction
  • hands-on, in-vehicle training
  • flexible instruction time
Ministry contact: Transportation

Additional information

Maintainer branch
Oversight and Agency Governance Division - Program Oversight and Integrity Branch - Contract Monitoring & Performance Reporting Office
Last Validated Date
March 22, 2024
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