Young Drivers Saint John Location:
Our classroom is located in the New Brunswick Community College, 950 Grandview Avenue, Saint John. Enter through the main entrance and upstairs.
You can call our office any time if you have a questions or need assistance, we can be reached at 506-653-9818!
All Young Drivers materials are delivered from Blue ray Disc via an over head projector onto a 6 foot screen. Bathrooms are located directly across the hall which is also accessible to everyone including those with special needs. All of this and more to ensure your learning experience is both comfortable and enjoyable. When attending a full day course, lunch is only 30 minutes long so students are encouraged to bring their lunch. A microwave and fridge are available for your convenience.
Defensive Driving Techniques Increase Confidence at our Saint John Driving School
Young Drivers of Canada has a philosophy when it comes to collisions, that accidents are predictable and preventable. What this translates to is that the majority of the consequences of any crash can be avoided, including fatalities, injuries and specifically, insurance claims. Young Drivers of Canada implements this strategy in their course curriculum by providing their Collisionfree!Ⓡ Approach to their driving program.
Through this approach Young Drivers of Canada teaches its students effective seeing habits and how to predict and avoid any potential hazards experienced on a day to day basis when driving. Students are put through situations that can be seen as high risk with their instructors and are taught to identify those risks. More importantly, correction and ultimately better driving skills incorporating the Collisionfree!Ⓡ principles are learned for application on the roads for a lifetime.
Saint John, Young Drivers will teach you to see, react, avoid, escape, quicker, clearer, sharper, and safer.
Our Saint John streets and highways are in use twenty-four hours a day. The volume of traffic can sometimes be overwhelming and the presence of many other vehicles increases the risk of a collision. Once you have learned to handle the vehicle, to operate the controls and to maneuver smoothly, the task of " learning to drive" has only just begun. By using the Young Drivers CollisionFree Approach you will learn where to look, how to recognize the warning signs of impending danger, and how to plan your moves to avoid hazards. You will also learn how to position your vehicle in traffic so you always have an escape route available. The Young Drivers CollisionFree Approach will ensure that you are capable of driving for many years without a collision.,