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Defensive Driving / PDI


Defensive Driving Course and Professional Driving Improvement Course (PDIC) are essential to operating a vehicle safely. Drivers are instructed on being aware of hazards on and off the road, as well as how to prepare for the hazards while driving.


Defensive Driving Main Focus

  • Principles and Foundations of Defensive Driving

  • The Driver (Dealing more with Attitude)

  • Dealing with Intersections & Right of Way Regulations

  • How Passing may Lead to Collisions and Related Psychology

  • Aggressive Drivers and How to Avoid Being One

All students, with a valid Alberta Drivers License, who
pass the DDC program knowledge exam with 80% or better will qualify for a 3 point demerit reduction on his/her license. The student must apply for the reduction at any registry office.

People employed to drive motor vehicles for their living are encouraged to complete a Professionsal Driving Improvement Course every two years. This is also recommended to any supervisor or safety officer that manage a fleet of vehicles, or have employees who drive company vehicles. This course will help promote due diligence to corporate and driving safety

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