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Homeschool Drivers Ed; Please RSVP!

Hey Folks!  I have been searching out the best drivers ed training for my second daughter and am excited to have found a company that has come highly recommended, at a great price, that is willing to do lessons at times convenient to homeschoolers!  If you have a child that is turning 16 this school year or is already 16 or above, please consider joining us.Car_Keys

The Details:

Dates: October 23-26 (these dates are not yet set in stone.  Please let me know if you can’t make these dates but want to participate!)

Time: 9am – 2:30pm

Classroom Location: TBD, likely in Bradford

In car lesson locations:  while students are welcome to come from anywhere the instructors will pick up and teach in Newmarket, Bradford, Innisfil and/ or Alliston.  If you are from outside of these areas then you will need to bring your child to one of these towns to do their in car lessons.

Includes: in class lessons, lesson book, extra study requirements, 10 hours INDIVIDUAL DAY TIME in car lessons in car provided by the instructor, pick up in the above mentioned communities at no extra charge, MTO certificate registration, taxes.

Cost: $499 + HST = $563.87 MAXIMUM, everything included.  They will give us a break on this if we get the class minimum of 7 students.

Course content: This is a Ministry of Transportation regulated course so the content is standarized but this school assures me that the content is EXACTLY the same as you get at Young Drivers which is more than twice the cost.

The instructors: Bob and Shelley from the Canadian School of Motoring.  Please check out their website but direct questions to me.  (Our price break is contingent upon us coming as a full class rather than as several individuals.)

RSVP ASAP: We need to have at least 7 students to run the class.  They would like to know ASAP so that they can hold the dates and not book road tests on those dates so if you could even let me know if you MIGHT be interested, we can at least decide whether to hold the October dates or to postpone to later in the year or into the new year


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