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TTCC - Beginner Driver Education

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, the Beginner Driver Education Course offered by Transport Training Centres of Canada is MTO-Approved. As per the MTO, you have 1 year to complete the course from the day that you start.

Yes, the Beginner Driver Education Course offered by Transport Training Centres of Canada is MTO-Approved. As per the MTO, you have 1 year to complete the course from the day that you start.

You’ll be driving Toyota Corollas.

Ontario has a process called “graduated licensing.” It is designed to give new drivers time to practice and gain driving experience over time.

Once you pass your eye and written tests, you get a G1 licence. Before you can get a full G licence, you have to:

  • finish two learning levels: G1 and G2.
  • pass two road tests


Normally, the process takes 24 months to complete. Graduates of an MTO-Approved Beginner Driver Education (BDE) Course provider like TTCC may be able to finish the full process in only 20 months. You have up to five years to finish the whole process. After five years, if you do not get your full G licence, you will need to start over.

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TTCC MTO-Approved Beginner Driver Education (BDE) Course provider, and BDE course graduates may be eligible for an insurance discount. Please call your insurance provider for more information.

In Ontario, the G1 written test can be written at any DriveTest Centre.

Drive Test Locations

No, you do not need insurance before registering for your driver training course.

No, but it is recommended that all students have passed their G1 written test.

If you need to cancel in-car lessons, 24 hours notice must be given or you may be subject to a no show
fee of $40 per lesson missed. You can contact the office at 1-800-805-0662 Mon-Fri 8am-5pm or you can message your instructor directly. No show fee must be paid before the next scheduled lesson, or before receiving a certificate of completion.

In order to graduate a BDE program, the MTO requires that all students complete 20 hours of in-class. If a student misses an in-class lesson because of illness or emergency, he/she will be permitted to make-up the lesson for a fee of $50. The student must arrange to make up the missed lesson by contacting the office at 1-800-805-0662.

For in-class course sessions, you are expected to bring a pen or pencil, a photocopy of your G1, G2, or G licence (if available) or temporary permit, plus the Official MTO Driver’s Handbook which can be purchased and also available at some MTO locations and through the MTO Website.

You can pay online or in person. We accept VISA, Mastercard & E-Transfer. A minimum of $100 is required to hold your spot in a class. available at some MTO locations and through the MTO Website.

No. All of TTCC’s cars are Automatic Toyota Corollas.

TTCC offers a pick up and drop off service within most of your city.