Premium Driving Course


Total: 29 Hours

This course includes 14 hours of road training & 15 hours of Classroom insurance training.



Driving is an essential skill that everyone should possess in order to be self-sufficient and live life to the fullest. Premium driving course is designed for the student with no previous driving experience.  LEAP Driving School offers premium driving course in Edmonton at very competitive price. This course includes 14 hours of road training & 15 hours of classroom insurance training. We don’t compromise on the quality of the training. Below are the some the topic which will be covered during premium road training with extra focus highway, parking, traffic circles and building your confidence.


Vehicle operation and control:

This section covers the basic mechanics of operating a vehicle, such as steering, braking, accelerating, parking, traffic circles and highway driving etc.


Road rules and regulations:

This section covers the rules of the road, including traffic signals, signs, and road markings, as well as the laws and regulations that govern driving in Edmonton.


Hazard perception and avoidance:

This section teaches drivers how to identify and respond to potential hazards on the road, such as other vehicles, pedestrians, and road conditions.


Defensive driving techniques:

This section covers strategies for avoiding accidents and staying safe on the road, such as scanning the road ahead, leaving sufficient following distance, and anticipating other drivers’ actions.


Driver attitude and behavior:

This section covers the importance of maintaining a positive attitude while driving, and how this can affect your driving behavior and safety on the road.


In addition to these core topics, premium driving courses cover additional subjects such as winter driving, night driving, and city driving, depending on the needs and interests of the students.
Overall, the goal of a premium driving course in Edmonton is to provide new drivers with the knowledge, skills, and confidence they need to become safe and responsible drivers.

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