Help me choose a driving school in Vancouver
August 27, 2007 3:35 PM Subscribe
So I've made it to 29 without learning how to drive. I'm in British Columbia, Canada, which has a multi-stage licensing process. I've got my learner's, but no car to learn/practice with before taking the road test for my "N". Help me choose a driving school!
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My learner's will expire in February 2008, so if possible I'd like to take the road test before then. The thing is, since I don't know how to drive I obviously don't have a car and I don't want to pester my friends to loan me their car to learn on.
I'm hoping to find an affordable driving school that offers lots of in-car lessons and will also let me use their car for my road test. If possible, I'd also prefer not to have to sit through classroom lessons with a bunch of 16 year olds. Is this avoidable, or should I just suck it up and deal?
If I take lessons from one of the schools in this list
, I qualify for a 6-month reduction in the "N" stage of my license. In B.C. you have to spend two years a new driver, or "N", before you can graduate to a full-fledged driver's license.