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Students must be 16 years of age or older and have a valid Class 7 Learner's License, Class 7 Novice License or a Class 5 License

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This all depends on the student and how fast they learn. Typically it takes 10-15 hours to learn everything and a total practice time of 20-25 hours to challenge your road test.

ICBC recommends you practice a total of 60 hours.

No, we cannot give lessons in your own car. Under the Motor Vehicle Act, we are not permitted to give lessons without the proper vehicle setup. Our car is fitted with dual steering wheel, brake and accelerator controls for safety reasons.

We are happy to announce SenSen Driving School is accepting debit cards and credit cards (American Express, Mastercard, Visa and Discover). There is a small fee associated with accepting the cards. Please ask instructor for details.

E-Transfers are now also accepted but must be sent to alexsendriving@gmail.com prior to the start of the lesson.

Vancouver, Burnaby, Richmond and New Westminster.
The three ICBC locations we cover are:

ICBC Vancouver Point Grey - 4126 Macdonald St, Vancouver, BC V6L 2P1
ICBC Lougheed - 3880 Lougheed Hwy Burnaby, BC V5C 6N4
ICBC Lansdowne - 5300 No.3 Road, Suite 402 Richmond, BC V6X 2X9

(No pickup from downtown Vancouver due to unpredictable traffic)

The instructor will wait for a maximum of 15 minutes before leaving. We would try to contact you first before we head out to our next lesson.

We currently offer two options:

1 x 60 minute in-car lesson $80 CAD (Tax Included)
1 x 90 minute in-car lesson $110 CAD (Tax Included)

 

We recommend practicing at least 2-3 times a week, whether it is with your instructor or with your parents/guardians. Basically the more you are on the road, the more experience you will get and the better you will be.

Yes, you are able to use our vehicle for the road test for a fee of $180 CAD (Tax Included). This will include the pick up and drop off as well as a 45 minute warm up before your road test.

(No pickup from downtown Vancouver due to unpredictable traffic)

You will need to visit your ICBC branch and retake the "L" test.