Young Drivers Stoney Creek Location
Stoney Creek Classroom Location
The Young Drivers of Canada Stoney Creek Driving School classroom is located at 40 Centennial Parkway South, Suite 201, right next to Petro Canada gas station. In addition to free parking, there is a Pizza Pizza as well as a wide variety of food amenities located at the food court conveniently located across the street inside Eastgate Mall and a MacDonalds in the Walmart for easy access for driving students during break time.
Learn how to pass your drivers test at this Stoney Creek Driving School with patient, qualified instructors.
Why should you take the Young Drivers of Canada driving course program? ONLY Young Drivers of Canada teaches the Collisionfree!™ Approach to safe driving with exclusive Habits and Sub-Habits that teach drivers ed students the skills they need to stay collision-free. At Young Drivers of Canada our drivers education experts update the YD Program every year. Driver distraction and increased traffic congestion are just a few of the changes in the driving scene in the last few years. We teach driving students the skills they need to meet the challenges of driving on today's roads as well as to pass their road test successfully. At Young Drivers we also ensure continuity between the theory portion of the program taught in a classroom setting and the in-car portion of our program. What our students learn in the classroom is what they practice in the car. Our in-class instructors teach skills including:
- freeway/highway driving
- head-on collision avoidance
- gravel shoulder drop-off
- rear crash avoidance
just to name a few. The YD in-car instructors demonstrate these life-saving techniques. Then YD students have the opportunity to practice these skills with a professional driving instructor by their side. That means when it happens for real - they'll know what to do! Young Drivers of Canada is also recognized by Natural Resources Canada as an Auto$mart Registered Driving School so you can learn how to drive safely, save money and protect the environment by using fuel-efficient driving techniques!
YD Driving Students Learn How to Stay Collision-Free
We know that traffic crashes are the leading cause of death for Canadians under the age of 25. That's why at Young Drivers of Canada we teach the Collisionfree!™ Approach to Drivers Ed. Statistics show that more than 90% of collisions are caused by driver error. The 4 YD Habits and 20 Sub-Habits show our students how to watch out for other drivers errors - mistakes that often result in collisions that could have been prevented.
YD Emergency Maneuvers - Exclusive to Young Drivers
ONLY Young Drivers teaches our copyrighted emergency maneuvers, including:
- Rear Crash Avoidance
- Emergency Braking
- Emergency Swerving Techniques
- Head-on Collision Avoidance
- those are just some of the life saving techniques YD students are taught.
Under Graduated Licensing regulations a novice driver can only drive on the highway and freeway when accompanied by a licensed instructor. YD driving students are taught the correct way to merge and exit these busy roadways.
YD Driving Instructors are Re-certified Annually
We understand the importance of continuous learning. That's why our in-class and in-car instructors are re-certified on an annual basis to ensure their knowledge is current and their skills are at the high level our customers have come to expect.
We Make Sure Our Students Are Ready for the Road and their G2 Road test
Every YD student must pass two in-class tests and two in-car evaluations to make certain they are ready to drive on their own. In the car students will be evaluated on their defensive driving skills. Also with the YD simulated road test, we help YD drivers ed students get ready for the real thing, thereby increasing their chances of passing their G2 road test the first time.