At the DriveWise driving school in London Ontario, our goal is to teach students to be safe and confident drivers. We prepare our students for their G2 and G drive tests with a diverse learning approach that includes interactive in-class learning, in-car lessons and sessions with our driving simulator. Our approach to driving lessons is what sets us apart from the competition. We also have a state of the art driving simulator that simulates real driving hazards, including simulating the dangers of drinking & driving and texting & driving. Our SafeStart Beginner Driver Education programs are Ministry of Transportation approved and recognized by the insurance industry. Our students include beginner drivers, international students, new residents, new immigrants, and senior citizens who want to practice their driving skills. We teach our students cooperative driving strategies during in-car lessons. Using our driving simulator, we also teach students defensive driving strategies like how to control skids and driving in winter conditions. When it’s time for you to take your Ontario drive test, you’ll feel confident in your driving skills and happy with your driving school experience at DriveWise.


Parallel Parking Tips from DriveWise. Teen girl learning to parallel park a car.

Parallel Parking Tips

Parallel parking is one of the most challenging aspects of driving. Parallel parking is also a required skill for the G2 driver’s test in Ontario. Parallel parking often stumps students while in driving school and often takes some practice to perfect. Your DriveWise driving instructor will provide you with detailed […]

Why You Should Take Driver’s Ed

Turning sixteen is a rite of passage for most Canadian teenagers, as this birthday marks a period where they can legally operate an automobile. As you probably already know, Ontario uses a graduated licencing system, where new drivers must go through – and pass – three steps in order to […]

Why you need to take driver's ed in London ON

Road Trips for New Drivers

You just got your G2 license and you can finally drive without mom, dad or someone with a full G licence – congratulations! Wondering what you should do with your newfound freedom and independence? Now that the warm weather is here, there are lots of great places to drive to […]

Driving Safely with Your Dog in the Summer

If you’re thinking about travelling with your dog this summer, there are many important safety considerations that you will need to factor in before you get into the car. Keep the dog in the back. The most important thing to keep in mind when traveling with your dog is to […]

Driving Safely with a Dog

Prom Night Driving Safety London ON

Driving Safety on Prom Night

For most teenagers, attending prom is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, a cherished high school event that’s somewhat of a rite of passage to graduation. However, while prom is intended to be a happy occasion for everyone involved, the event is remembered for all of the wrong reasons by certain families – […]

Driving Safety Tips for Back Roads

If you’re a new driver and starting to get your bearings on different types of roads, you’ll want to keep reading. Driving on back roads and country roads is more dangerous than driving on regular roads and is the result of many fatalities and injuries each year. Collisions that result […]

Rural driving safety near London ON

Winter driving safety

Winter Driving Safety Tips

Although Ontarians have enjoyed a mild winter for the 2015/16 season, it’s not over yet. With at least one more winter storm predicted for the season, it’s important to make sure you are prepared for winter driving. Our winter driving safety tips are important to keep in mind whenever the […]

Impaired Driving & Teens

Impaired driving occurs most frequently in young drivers due to naivety and lack of driving experience. Because of this, young people have the highest rates of death and injury per capita than any other age group. Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death of young people aged 16 […]

impaired driving and teenagers

Dangers of drowsy driving

Dangers of Drowsy Driving

What’s nearly as dangerous as drunk or impaired driving but is often overlooked by the public? Drowsy driving. Drowsy driving occurs most frequently in drivers aged 18-30 because they are the demographic who is most likely to be deprived of sleep when going on longer road trips. Men are more […]