For more than five decades, Canadians have trusted CAA for their driver training needs. Whether you're just starting out on the road or simply looking to improve your skills, our informative courses can help. The MTO-approved CAA How To Drive Beginner Driver Education Course Curriculum is only offered at the CAA Driving School and CAA Approved Driving School locations. This curriculum is even endorsed by Parent Tested, Parent Approved!
Graduates of the MTO-approved CAA How To Drive beginners' course receive a FREE CAA Basic membership for 12 months.
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CAA offers a wide range of driving training courses and seminars geared towards organizations.
CAA's Approved Driving School Network program identifies the best driver training schools in the Province. Schools undergo a rigorous approval process and instruct their novice students using the MTO-approved CAA How to Drive Curriculum.
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Motorcycle Safety Online – What You Should Know Before You Ride is an online multimedia training course geared towards helping Ontario M1-licensed motorcyclists confidently acquire their M2. This program includes nine in-depth modules that teach safety and road-user protocols.
Spark the conversation about responsible, safe driving with DriveRight. As a comprehensive guide for new drivers and their parents, DriveRight features useful reminders, tips, questions and do’s and don’ts that parents and new drivers can refer to throughout the learning-to-drive process.
Whether you're a new driver or you've been driving for decades, it's always good practice to review the rules of the road.
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Use the MTO-approved CAA How To Drive curriculum and get CAA rewards as a business owner. Plus, reward your graduates with a FREE CAA Basic membership for 12 months and more!
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