In-Class Curriculum Learning Services

Learning to drive is not simply a matter of getting behind the wheel and hitting the road, there is an in-class curriculum component that is equally as important. It involves understanding the theoretical and conceptual basics of operating a motor vehicle and what it means to be in control of something as powerful and potentially dangerous as a car. At All Pass Driving, our goal in the classroom is to provide students with the requisite learning material and concepts that will enable them to better understand driving and road competency.

Classroom learning includes:

  • Safety and defensive driving basics
  • Information on how to obtain driver’s licenses and permits
  • Rules of the road
  • A breakdown of fuel economy, as well as city and rural driving
  • Driving in traffic and highway driving
  • Driving during extreme weather and climatic conditions
  • Insight into what to expect on road tests and practice

The in-class curriculum portion of the driving training will also instill into students the threats of driving while under the influence, including the risks posed to other drivers, and what to look out for if you think you spot another driver who may be under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

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The classroom portion of the drivers ed takes place over four days and four different classes 5 hours each day Total 20 Hours of In-Class, which are designed to arm the driver with the essential knowledge required to safely and responsibly operate a motor vehicle. Our in-class curriculum instructors are approachable, communicate clearly and effectively, make the class both informative and fun, and are always there to answer questions during and after class. You will attend the class with your fellow new drivers and make progress together in a safe and comfortable learning environment.

At All Pass Driving, we firmly believe that responsible driving starts with our in-class curriculum. Contact us today and find out more about our tried and true driving classes. Our in-class curriculum courses are available all in our serving locations and have helped thousands of drivers acquire the theoretical and conceptual knowledge necessary to safely operate a motor vehicle on Ontario’s roadways.


  • Traffic Laws and Regulations
  • Reason for Traffic Laws
  • Level of Traffic Laws
  • Road Control Devices
  • Demerit Point System


  • Vehicle Components
  • Safety Devices
  • Warning Indicators
  • Vehicle Handling
  • Steering and Speed Control
  • Driver Behavior


  • Responding to emergency situations
  • Dealing with Police
  • Safety and Responsibility
  • Conflict Avoidance
  • Environmental Responsibility
  • Cooperative Driving


  • Impaired Driving
  • Effects of Impairment
  • Distractions
  • Perception and risk management
  • Observation
  • Factors of Collision