We Offer services 7 Days A Week
Driver Improvement program runs monthly in our classroom, Defensive Driving runs at different times in other parts of the province.
Course consists of 25 hours of classroom instruction and 10 hours driving.
Consists of 6 hours of a course designed for driver improvement.
55 Alive program
Canadian Safety Council program that is designed for those over 55.
Canadian Safety Council Defensive Driving Program.
Approved Courses For POINT REDUCTION
Both our Driver Improvement program and Defensive driving program can be used to restore points.
Each course can nullify a warning letter
Can restore up to 4 points.
Can be used to remove the N off a license.
Soon to be offered via Zoom.
Our instructors have been teaching for years for other driving schools, but have decided to get together to teach to our standard that DLC has been held to for over 20 years..
Learn to Drive
The New Drivers course is designed and accredited by Access Nova Scotia providing you with both theory and in-car knowledge.
Driver improvement course
This 6 hour course .
A program created by the Canadian Safety Council for those over 55 that may be subsidized by the NS Government for those that qualify.
Canada Safety Council certified instructors offer this 6 hour standard course throughout Canada. This meets the requirements of Nova Scotia’s exit from the Graduated Licensing Program and may reduce points on a license.
Convenient and Safe
Our courses we try to schedule at a convenient times throughout the month.
Modern Tools & Courses
We regularly update courses and use new methods like Zoom.
A Team Who Cares
Even after the course we are available to answer questions that may come up.
Our program is approved by the province for a learn to drive and for driver improvment.
Online Drivers Ed
Now Available – Learn to drive course!
25 Hours of the classroom can now be done online at your convince.
Convenient: online learning - easy
Flexible: the advantages of online learning can happen anywhere you want!
Less Stressful. More comfortable at home than anywhere else, so naturally this is an empowering and relaxed environment for them to engage in online courses
Less Distracting. Without classmates causing distractions, students are able to control their online learning to an environment that suits their needs best, whether it’s the bedroom, an living room, or the dining room table
Frequently Asked Questions
Are you approved by the Province?
Absolutely both our in class and our online courses have the Provinces stamp of approval.
You seem new ?
Yes and no, as COVID caused some problem in the province, some of us that have been with other places for years decided that since a lot of us taught other programs for DLC, why not add what we did for others.
When do you hold courses ?
All of our courses will be on our scheduling page. Generally all our courses are on a 6 week rotation.
We have the 25 hour learn to drive course available online,
Can I go driving before completing the in class or the online portion?
We really want student to complete the in class part of the course before hitting the streets, what is learned in class is important concepts that will need to be used on the streets.
Can I fail ?
Our Driver Improvement, 55 Alive and Defensive driving course there is a 6 hour minimum, and those that have not stayed are given the choice to attend another course.
The new drivers course does have tests and quizzes, but we find the prep work we do and the ability to take them twice is more than enough that failing really does not happen, however students have been asked to leave because the instructor team have decided that their attitude and or behavior clearly contrary to the learning experience or they have shown dangerous behavior on the road beyond normal.
DLC policy is on the main page, however if you have any questions, please feel free to call or email us.