Any students who have COVID symptoms or have tested positive for COVID in a 14 day window will not be booked. If you have symptoms or if you are sick, please re-schedule your appointment to a later date to keep our team safe. All students will be asked basic health screening questions prior to their in-car lessons.
PHYSICAL DISTANCING/PPE Due to the nature of our business physical distancing is not possible in car. Because of this all students are required to wear a mask or a face covering during their lesson. Students must supply their own mask/face covering. We have also reduced the number of available appointments each day to spread out the number of students we come in contact with day to day to reduce the risk. DISINFECTION We have enhanced our disinfection protocol. All student touch points are disinfected after each lesson.Please ensure you wash your hands thoroughly prior to your in car lesson with your instructor. If you wish to wear gloves, please do so while following strict cross contamination guidelines. Hands will require immediate disinfection upon arrival to our office via hand sanitizer.IN CLASS SESSIONSOur class sizes are limited to allow for physical distancing and face masks must be worn. Due to limitedseats being open we will require a deposit to hold your spot in the program. Please note that all classes after August 27th will be in person only! CANCELLATIONSPlease note that our lesson cancellation policy is still in place. We require 48 hours advance notice priorto cancelling a lesson. If that notice is not given or you do not show for your appointment there is a fee thatmust be paid prior to the next session. If you cancel because you're unwell or showing symptoms of Covid-19 please let us know right away. Any lessons cancelled due to illness will require a negative Covid-19 test or Doctors note prior to the next lesson and the fee will be waived. Without any of the above you will have to wait 14 days until booking your next session.
The province of Ontario will introduce a new set of traffic laws next week as part of its efforts to make driving safer in the province. Here is a look at five new traffic laws that are most likely to affect your everyday driving as of next Tuesday.
“ Going into drivers-ed was a scary thought for me, but Sam made the virtual part of the course interesting and fun. He offered a lot of information perfect for a new driver in a fun and manageable way. My in car lessons were with Mohammad and he was amazing to work with. He was always calm while driving and provided me with more knowledge on driving then I could've ever imagined. I wrote my G2 license today and passed on my first round. I can successfully thank the teachers at Driverzed for all the knowledge I was granted, plus all the in car tips and tricks to allow me to drive. Thank you to Sam and Mohammad for the constant support throughout this process!”