Teen learning to drive

Basic Program

For confident students with little to some driving experience. Perfect for families who are fully engaged in the learning process. Also great for newcomers to Alberta.

  • 10 hours in-vehicle instruction
  • 18 hours in-class or 15 hours online instruction
  • $100 AMA Auto Insurance discount

Choose a delivery method for lessons:

In-class | Online

New driver with instructor

Premium Program

For students with little to some driving experience and who would like more hours in the vehicle. Build even more confidence behind the wheel.

  • 14 hours in-vehicle instruction
  • 18 hours in-class or 15 hours online instruction
  • $150 AMA Auto Insurance discount

Choose a delivery method for lessons:

In-class | Online

Teen driver receiving keys to the car

Ultimate Program

For students who have little to no driving experience and need extra practice time behind the wheel. The ultimate confidence builder.

  • 20 hours in-vehicle instruction
  • 18 hours in-class or 15 hours online instruction
  • $200 AMA Auto Insurance discount

Choose a delivery method for lessons:

In-class | Online

New to Alberta driver

Safe Performance Value Program

We’ve just launched a new Driver Education program that’s perfect for newcomers to Alberta, other drivers with limited urban driving experience or price-conscious parents willing to coach their teen driver.

Choose a delivery method for lessons:

In-class | Online

 

Resources for New Drivers

We want to help new drivers feel confident on the road. Whether you are studying for your learner’s licence or getting ready to take driver testing, we can help you prepare.

Explore Our New Driver Resources  

Coaching Resources for Parents

As a parent, you want your new driver to be as prepared as possible for what they’ll see on the roads. A little coaching support from you can help. Download our free Coaching Guide for tips on how to help your new driver, and use our online coaching tool for a more interactive experience.

See Our Coaching Resources