As a driver training stakeholder, you have access to added services and tools to help you in the operation of a driver training school.
Need to book a road test for one of your students? You can book by phone or online.
Book a Class 5, 6, 7 or 8 road test on behalf of your students, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Having problems logging in or want to change your password? Call the ICBC Help Desk.
Learn how to book a road test online using the WebDEAS user guide for driving schools.
Book by phone for commercial vehicle road tests or re-exams Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–6 p.m. and Saturday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Did you know that per capita, Canada uses more energy each year than almost any other country? This is because Canada has one of the highest ratios of car ownership in the world.
As a driver educator, you can help teach your students to save energy, save money and help save the environment!
Natural Resources Canada's Office of Energy Efficiency (NRCan) has developed the Auto$mart Program.
Its purpose is to help Canadians buy, drive and maintain their vehicles in ways that conserve energy, preserve the environment, protect our health and save money.
Use less energy, save hundreds of dollars per year in fuel and maintenance costs while you help save the environment when running your vehicle. Learn more
An important part of Auto$mart is its driver education kit for driver educators. This free kit provides information to help students think about their driving behaviour in a new way — a way that makes the connection between fuel efficiency, climate change and road safety.
Auto$mart looks at the benefits of safe, fuel-efficient driving: the personal benefits, the financial benefits, and the benefits to the world's environment.
The kit includes:
If you are a driver educator, you can add Auto$mart to your driver training program. Register for your free kit by calling toll free at 1-800-387-2000, or you may register online.
Did you know that from 1990 to 2004, the number of heavy-duty diesel vehicles in Canada increased by 110 percent, with an 83 percent increase in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions? This growth increases health and environmental problems.
As a driver educator, you can help teach your students how to conserve fuel and reduce operating expense.
FleetSmart is a program by Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) to promote energy-efficient practices that can reduce fuel consumption and emissions.
NRCan offers free practical advice on how energy-efficient vehicles and business practices can reduce your fleet's operating costs, fuel consumption and GHG emissions, improve productivity and increase your competitiveness.
How EcoEnergy can help you
Become a member–it's free to sign up! Members have access to training and education tools that help owner-operators, commercial and institutional fleet owners and managers improve the energy efficiency of their operations.
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