Drivisa

What is Online BDE Course

The beginner driver education course approved by MTO is to help the new drivers understand the driving laws in Ontario, which contributes to making this sector safer and thus reducing damage to individuals and properties. 
Through the app, you may rapidly sign up for in-car instruction and complete the course

BDE Program Includes

20 Hours of Online Instruction

Drivisa offers online BDE courses using self-paced instruction. It is available 24/7 and can be completed up to 5 hours a day, or as little as 15 minutes! There is no difference between in-class training and online training.

10 Hours of Online Homework

Drivisa’s homework modules are delivered using the same self-paced technology as the course and can be completed at your own pace. These assignments and activities help to further develop road skills and retention of ideas taught by the course.

10 Hours of One-on-one Car Instruction

Drivisa’s instructors will deliver 10 hours of private, 1-on-1 instruction including local pick-up and drop-off within the 10 km policy. You will get real-life driving experience with a certified instructor, following a provincially and MTO-approved course. This course is completely online and compatible with any mobile device using Drivisa mobile app.

Why BDE Course ?

BDE Course is valid for 1 year after registration and certified through the Ontario Ministry of Transportation. Upon successful completion, students are eligible for insurance discounts (rates may vary depending on the provider). You may also take your G2 road test 4 months earlier.

Beginner Driver Education

$799 $499 +HST

  • MTO-approved BDE Course
  • Online Learning
  • Complete Driving Course
  • Personalized Support

Key Skills Covered in BDE Course which can help you pass the test plus the Insurance Discounts

Right of way rules

Rear Crash Avoidance

Observation Strategies

Collision avoidance

Risk perception

Swerving techniques

Emergency road side stop

Brake and avoid techniques

Brandon Shaw

Founder & CEO

“Online BDE Course have helped me a lot passing my test plus I got the 20% Insurance Discount”

Ontario MTO-approved Online Beginner Driver Education BDE Course Ontario

Frequently asked questions

The MTO has approved the beginner driver education, or BDE, driving course (Ministry of Transportation). Students can complete the whole BDE course entirely online with Drivisa, at their own speed, and in the comfort of their own homes.

Students must complete 10 hours of online homework that is integrated with the Drivisa online course in addition to the 20 hours of digital teaching and 10 hours of in-car lessons. Drivisa offers a comprehensive way to obtain your BDE certificate:

Through the app, you may rapidly sign up for in-car instruction and complete the course.

NO DIFFERENCE exists. Beginner Driver Education (BDE) is a 40-hour driver training course that has been approved by the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario. It consists of 30 hours of theory and 10 hours of driving. Driving schools in Ontario both offer this course in-person and online. The Online BDE is merely an alternative delivery format for the classroom curriculum.

BDE Course is valid for 1 year after registration and certified through the Ontario Ministry of Transportation. Upon successful completion, students are eligible for insurance discounts (rates may vary depending on the provider). You may also take your G2 road test 4 months earlier.

You can use your Driver License History record, which you can obtain from an Ontario Service Center, to show your insurance provider that you have finished an MTO-approved course and are therefore qualified for a discount on your auto insurance. Since each insurer is unique, the discount percentage may change, but overall savings can reach 10%.

You will receive MTO certification after completing the Drivisa BDE course that has been approved by the MTO, which entitles you to obtain a Driver License History from an Ontario Service Center.

After completing our BDE course, Drivisa will grant you online approval. The Ministry of Transport will also recognise your completion of driving school as a result of this online report. However, you must collect your Driver’s License History from any Service Ontario Office building or make a written request for your official document to be mailed to you in order to receive official and written proof that you have finished the course.

NO, attending a driving school is not required to obtain a driver’s licence, but it is usually advised because it improves learners’ knowledge and comfort while driving to learn from qualified instructors and enrol in thorough courses. The government is working to increase road safety and decrease traffic accidents, thus it is advised that you enrol in a driving school that has received approval from the Ministry. The ability to begin the G2 road test only 8 months after passing the G1 written test is the main benefit of enrolling in a driving school with MTO approval. You will have to wait a total of 12 months if you don’t complete this driver’s education. One of the recognised driving schools, Drivisa, provides both online courses and in-person instruction with Drivisa Mobile Application 

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