Here is how you can find our Young Drivers Kingston Driver Training classroom:
Our Kingston classroom is located in the Lasalle Mews main floor, Suite # 8-303 Bagot Street, corner Princess Street in downtown Kingston. Shopper's Drug Mart is right across the street from the Lasalle Mews Princess Street entrance.
Taking the bus to class? Here are some helpful tips
When getting to our Kinston location by bus, from the Cataraqui Centre take bus
#04 - DOWNTOWN/towards Princess. Get off at the Downtown transfer point on Brock Street which is on the corner of Bagot Street, one block from our office. From Innovation Drive/ Hwy 15, at Lyreco (north side of Innovation), take bus
#12 - DOWNTOWN/towards Princess. Get off at the Downtown transfer point on Brock Street which is on the corner of Bagot Street, one block from our office. From Gardiner's Road/Bath Road, take bus #09 - towards Brock St./Barrie St.
Get off at the Barrie Street stop and walk towards Princess Street.
Take the Express bus #510 which will bring you to the drop off point on Bagot Street, half a block from our office.
Please visit the City of Kingston's transit / trip planner website for additonal route options at http://www.cityofkingston.ca/residents/transit/trip-planner.
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What makes us different? ONLY Young Drivers teaches the Young Drivers Approach to Collisionfree! Driving - four habits and twenty sub habits that give our students the skills they need for a lifetime of collision free driving.
Young Drivers of Canada has a philosophy when it comes to collisions, which is that accidents are predictable and preventable. What this translates to is that the majority of the consequences of an 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 driving program.
Through this approach Young Drivers of Canada teaches its students effective seeing habits and how to predict and avoud 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.
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