Burnaby drivers ed classes at Metrotown provide you with the skills to drive on Vancouver streets, as well as to pass your driving test and obtain your driver license. Young Drivers is one of the few Burnaby Vancouver driving schools that offers ICBC approved driving lessons to learn defensive driving and emergency maneuvers driving skills. You will increase your confidence for driving successfully, dealing with distracted driving, and to pass your drivers license test. Included in the Metrotown Vancouver driver training is how to parallel park, as well as teaching you how to confidently deal with traffic and congestion, all as part of our commitment to reducing the number of road deaths and injuries.ENROL TODAY!
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Young Drivers of Canada - Burnaby, Metrotown Driving School Location
Our Metrotown – Burnaby classroom is located on Kingsway at 5000 Kingsway between Nelson and Marlbourgh (1/2 a block East of Metrotown, on the South-side of the Street). There is parking behind the complex and in the area. Come up the stairs to the 2nd floor to our Suite #245, Building Phase II - we are located above the Royal Bank of Canada and the Canada Trust. We are in the same complex as the London Drugs. There is a 7-Eleven and Safeway nearby for snacks or lunch.
Coming by Transit
When getting to our Metrotown location by Transit (#106 New Westminster Station) please get off at the Kingsway/Marlbourgh stop when taking the eastbound bus from Metrotown station. Kingsway/Nelson when going westbound from New Westminster Station.
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YD Driving school courses - Eco-driving tips to save you money
Burnaby drivers ed with Young Drivers will teach drivers to not only be safe on the road, but to also be eco-friendly. There are a number of fuel saving tips and driving lessons to help save on gas, be kinder to the environment and save you money. Some driving tips that you will learn from YD include:
Check your car before driving?
Did you know that almost half of all vehicles have at least one improperly inflated tire? This is the equivalent of 250 Olympic sized swimming pools worth of wasted fuel each year! Check your tire pressure at least once a month for the best balance between grip and fuel economy.
Do you know where you are going on your road trip?
Did you know that you can get the best fuel economy between 50 km/h and 80 km/h? Plan your route on roads within this range if you can. Try to avoid any known areas with heavy traffic, poor road conditions or construction.ENROL TODAY!