The school was established in 1985 in the city of Scarborough. It was the first Chinese language driving school in the city licensed and authorized to issue the Beginner Driver Education Certificate, recognized by the Ministry of Transportation.
The school grew into a topnotch driving school in the following few years with the influx of new immigrants to Toronto. The team of professional driving instructors also grew to more than 70.
In 1990, a new school was founded in the city of Mississauga and was headed by Mr. Mark Chow. Under his guidance, the school has earned a reputation as the topnotch Chinese driving School in the city, with a team of more than 20 experienced professional driving instructors originally from China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Vietnam and other South East Asian countries, all dedicated to serve the multicultural population in Mississauga and other municipalities in the region.
The school is the only Chinese driving school providing not only In-Class Ministry-approved Beginner Driver Education Course in Mandarin and Cantonese, but also a separate English course taught entirely in English by Ministry certified In-Class instructors with many years of teaching experiences to meet the needs of English speaking students.
Upon completion of the Ministry-approved 20 hours In-class instruction, 10 hours of home link program and 10 hours of In-car training, the student can obtain the Proof of Beginner Driver Education Course Completion issued by the Ministry of Transportation. With this Driver Licence History certificate, the student is qualified for a four-month reduction in the 12-month minimum G1-licensing period in booking a road test.
The school also provides translation services for foreign driver licences and related documents, by certified accredited professional translators accepted by the Ministry of Transportation.
Chinese courses are taught every Saturday from 1:00 PM to 6:30 PM. English courses are taught every other Sunday from 1:00 PM to 6:30 PM. (More days will be added in high season).
Inquiries are welcome.