Is ''École de conduite Soleil" recognized by the government?
Yes We are recognized by the SAAQ and the AQTR.
When the current program came into effect in 2010, we were one of the first driving schools in the province of Quebec to receive accreditation.
All of our theoretical and practical trainers are certified and experienced.
We are in business for the success of our students for over 40 years.
We favor a human and personalized approach.
Here there is no manager or intermediary.
We are proud to be a local business.
For over 40 years now, we have worked to provide quality education in teaching the curriculum and recommendations of our governments by maintaining quality and enriched program.
We don't only teach our students how to handle and maneuver a vehicle but also how to behave on our roads since more then 80 percent of accidents are cause by lack of courtesy, impatience and intolerance.
Exercises to help you study for the theory exams : SAAQ
The course's 12 modules are grouped together into 4 phases:
Phase 1, which is the prerequisite for a learner's licence and includes Modules 1 to 5
Phase 2, which includes Modules 6 and 7, during which learners undertake their first guided driving sessions on the road
Phase 3, which includes Modules 8 to 10, during which learners undertake semi-guided outings on the road
Phase 4, which includes Modules 11 and 12, during which learners undertake increasingly independent driving on the road
New group will begin Saturday November 6 from 9:00-11:00 AM (online group)
The course is divided into 12 modules, all of which include a classroom learning section and a self-study section, composed of readings and exercises, to be completed at home
Driving course to obtain a Class 5 driver's licence
The practical training is composed of 15 in-car sessions, each of which lasts 55 minutes each.
Depuis 1979, nous avons formé des milliers de nouveaux conducteurs sur la route.
Ecole de conduite Soleil
5207 Jean-Talon est, St-Léonard