How long have you been in business?

All Canadian Driving School has proudly been serving the Greater Toronto Area for over 25 Years!

Are you Ministry approved?

All Canadian Driving School is the first listed driving school on the Ministry Of Transportation’s website under approved driving schools in Etobicoke. That goes to say, not only are we approved yet maintain our status yearly.

What areas of the GTA do you cover?

We cover all areas of the GTA. Including, Etobicoke, Brampton, Mississauga, Woodbridge, Thornhill, Richmond Hill, Scarborough, Maple and many more.

Is there a payment plan?

Yes, All Canadian Driving School is well aware of the fact that sometimes we need a break in our finances and this is precisely why we offer out 2-step payment plan. Pay half now and then pay the rest by your second in-car or in-class lesson, whichever comes first.

What types of payment do you except?

We except cash or cheques from any major financial institution.

How much of an Insurance Discount can I get with the Certificate?

We are very well recognized by the Insurance Bureau of Canada and our graduates have reported to have gotten up to 41% in discounts on their premiums.

How long do I have to finish the course?

We advise our students to complete the course in a timely manner, if not you have up to one year from date of enrollment to complete it.

Are the 10 Hours of In-car training enough?

10 lessons are the minimum requirement by Ministry of Transportation for the full course. Whether the mandatory 10 hours are sufficient enough depends on the learning skills of each driver as an individual. If you feel the ten hours were not enough, we also offer additional individual driving lessons as well as packages. Your instructor can tell you about them or you can call our office if after completion you feel the additional hours are needed.

Can I join the course at any time?

You can join the course whenever you please, give us a call and one of our friendly agents will be more than happy to assist you in the registration process.

All Canadian Driving School Curriculum

Overview of In-Class Instruction – Days 1-4


  • Traffic laws and Regulations Types of driver’s licences
    • Graduated licensing program
    • Getting your license
    • Maintaining a valid driver’s license
    • Demerit Points Systems
    • Emission Testing
  • Reason for Traffic laws and regulations
    • Current road safety issues
      • Seat Belts
      • Mirrors
      • Blind Spot
      • Child Safety
    • Speeding
    • Impaired Driving
    • Emergency Vehicles
    • Insurance
  • Levels of Traffic Laws
    • Federal
    • Provincial
    • Municipal
  • Road Control Devices
    • Signs
    • Signals
    • Marking


  • Basic Vehicle Components Control Devices
    • Instruments and Warning Devices
    • Safety and Security Devices
    • Anti-theft devices
    • Visibility Devices
    • Communications Devices
    • Comfort Devices
  • Vehicle Safety
    • External Checks
    • Internal Checks


  • Controlling The Vehicle Safety
    • Visual Tracking
      • Smith System
    • Steering
    • Seating and Positioning
    • Starting and Acceleration
      • Optimal Lane Position
    • Deceleration and Braking
    • Speed Control
    • Parking
      • Uphill
      • Downhill
      • Angle
      • Reverse
      • Parallel
    • Changing Direction
      • Backing
      • Merging
      • Lane Changes
    • Right of way manoeuvres
    • Turns
    • Highway and Freeway Driving
  • Traction
  • Friction
  • Collision Avoidance Critical Situations
    • Wheel Off Road
    • Head-on Collision Avoidance
    • Read-End Collision Avoidance
    • Brake Limit
  • Skid Control
    • ABS


  • Adjusting Driver Behaviour
    • Risk Perception
  • Emotions Effecting Driving
    • Emotions and Decision Making
    • Dealing With Emotions
  • Positive Driving Attitude and Behaviours
    • Values and Beliefs
    • Motives
      • Driving as thrill seeking
    • Social Factors
      • Advertisements and Media
      • Peer Pressure
    • Positive Attitudes
      • Driving is a Priviledge
      • Cooperative Driving


  • Responding to Emergency Situations
    • Collisions
    • Arriving at the collision scene
    • Dealing with police
    • Emergency Vehicles
    • Vehicle Malfunction
    • Brake Fail
    • Tires Blowout
  • Safety and Responsibility
    • Safety Measures
      • Seat Belts
      • Child Restraints
  • Conflict Avoidance
    • Respecting Others
    • Road Rage
  • Environmental Responsibility
    • Fuel Efficiency
      • Idling
      • New Technologies
    • Proper and Regular Vehicle Maintenance
      • Oil Change
      • Tune Up
      • Emission Testing
  • Lifelong learning
    • Changing Skills
    • Age and Driving
    • Changing Laws and Regulations


  • Cooperative Driving
    • Other Road Users and their needs
      • Cyclist
      • Motorcycles
      • Transit Vehicles
      • Emergency Vehicles
      • Trucks
      • Pedestrians
      • School Buses
  • Communication among road users
    • Vehicle Signals
    • Hand Signals
    • Horn
    • Headlights


  • Impaired Driving
    • Types of Impairment
      • Alcohol
      • Fatigue
      • Medical Conditions
      • Drowsy Driving
  • Effects of Impairment
    • Impaired Judgement
  • Consequences of Impairment
    • Collision
    • Legal Issues
  • Distraction
    • Inside the Vehicle
    • Outside the Vehicle


  • Where to observe
    • 360 Vision
    • Distance Scanning
    • Peripheral Vision
    • Blind Spots
  • How to observe
    • Active Attention
    • Shoulder Check
    • Mirrors
  • Scanning
    • Distinguishing Hazards
  • Perception of Personal Limits
    • Types of Drivers
  • Dangerous Driving
    • Aggressive Driving
    • Street Racing
  • Risk Tolerance
    • Confidence
  • Accurate Risk Perception
    • Reaction Time
    • Proactive Vs Reaction Action
  • Factors Effecting Perception
    • Age
    • Experience
    • Environment
    • Mental Factors
  • Factors of Collision
    • Common caluses of Collision
  • Driving Hazards
    • Common Driving Hazards