New Driver Education Course

New Driver Education Course – $600 + tax

Since 1996, we have been proud of the value we provide to our students. Furthermore, we offer friendly instruction, safe vehicles, extensive training, and fair prices. As a result, our students consistently rank us 5 out of 5 stars. Click here to see our reviews.

Our New Driving Education Course has been approved by Access Nova Scotia and includes 25 hours of in-class lessons and 10 hours of in-car training. In addition, our professional and easy-to-use online training makes it easy to get started. The speed at which you progress through the program depends on the date your learner’s Licence was issued. Enroll today and start your journey toward becoming a confident and capable driver.

Why choose McKenna’s Driving School for Driver’s Education?

Learn more here to find out the benefits of our program and what makes us different.

Payment Options:

  • We accept credit card, cash, cheque, or e-transfer. So choose the option that works best for you.

In-Class Lessons – 25 hours:

100% online and asynchronous

Register for the Course:

Course Outline:

In-Vehicle Lessons – 10 hours:

  • Our in-vehicle instructors accommodate student’s schedules as best as possible
  • Flexible pick up and drop off locations
  • One-on-one private lessons with a certified instructor
  • Reliable driving school vehicles with dual controls
  • Dedicated instructor for all 10 hours of instruction
  • Road test preparation
  • Includes vehicle for the road test
    Review In-Vehicle Course Outline for more information

At McKenna’s Driving School, students will learn how to:

  • build confidence with their driving knowledge and skills
  • comply with the rules of the road
  • understand road signage
  • safely operate and park a motor vehicle
  • recognize unsafe road conditions
  • navigate around HRM including highways and urban areas
  • recover from highway shoulder driving and vehicle avoidance
  • react to unpredictable situations and initiate emergency manoeuvres
  • operate motor vehicles in winter conditions (November – March Courses weather permitting)
    and much, much more…