Truck Bus Car Driving School Montreal Trans Canada

Driving Courses:

Are you thinking about getting your driver’s license?

Wondering where you should start?

Take a look at our step-by-step guide to getting your driver’s license.

Step 1: Register with Trans-Canada for the Road Safety Education Program (RSE)
Step 2: Attend Phase 1 which consists of 4 in-class theory session (each session is 1 hr 55 mins)
Step 3: Successfully pass the knowledge test at the end of Phase 1 
Step 4: After having passed the knowledge test at Trans-Canada, go to the SAAQ to get your Learner’s License

Keep in mind that once you have your Learner’s License, you can only drive with someone who has held a valid regular Driver’s License for at least two years.

Let’s move on to the next steps…

The Probationary License can only be obtained if you have held your Learner’s License for at least 12 months and have successfully complete the RSE Program as follows:

Step 1: Complete Phase 2 which consists of 4 sessions of in-class theory (55 mins each) and 4 sessions of in-car driving (55 mins each).
Step 2: Complete Phase 3 which consists of 6 session of in-class theory (55 mins each) and 6 sessions of in-car driving (55 mins each).
Step 3: Complete Phase 4 which consists of 4 session of in-class theory (55 mins each) and 5 sessions of in-car driving (55 mins each).

After having held your Learner’s Permit for at least 10 months, you must write the second knowledge test at the SAAQ. Upon successfully passing the knowledge test, you are eligible to do the road test at the SAAQ if you have held the Learner’s License for at least 12 months.

Additional Lessons:

Do you already have your learner’s permit? Do you have an a road test coming soon? Or maybe you already have your driver’s license and just want a quick refresher? Take a look at the different services we offer.

Getting ready for your road test at the SAAQ? Are you looking to get extra practice with an experienced driving instructor?

At Trans-Canada we offer Road Test Preparation sessions. We want to make sure that we cover every aspect of the road test with you and want to ensure that you walk into the exam confidence.

Road Test Preparation Checklist: (Including but not limited to the following)
– Control of the vehicle
– Respecting the rules and regulations
– Lane changes
– Blind spot verification
– Parking (parallel and lot parking)
– Highway
– Exam zone (depending on the location of the road test, we take our students to the exam zone to help familiarize them with flow of traffic)

If there is something that you do not see on our checklist, give us a call and we will work together to help you.

Do you already have a driver’s license? You haven’t driven in a while? Do you feel you may be nervous about certain aspects of driving?

Our Refresher Courses are catered to anyone looking to get some extra practice. It could be anywhere from driving session to as many as you need to feel at your best.

Do you feel that you need special attention? Is there a particular area that you would like to focus on? Perhaps you would like to practice a certain pace, with a specific schedule.

Trans-Canada offers driving lessons that are tailored to your individual needs. 

Whether you have a tight schedule, limited availabilities, want to practice in a specific area or even want the same car with the same instructor as the same time every lesson?

No matter what your individual need is, let us know, we will ensure to find a solution that fits.