Here you will find a list of common frequently asked questions and very practical answers.
GDL 6 & 6 Program in Saskatchewan consists of 6 (six) hours in-car and 6 (six) hours of in-class instruction for everyone who has not completed driver training through a Saskatchewan high school driver education program.
You’re required to complete 6 & 6 driver’s education if you:
- Have never been a licensed driver;
- Have not held a Saskatchewan driver’s license within the past five years;
- Have never taken Driver’s Education in Saskatchewan High School.
- Are a new resident, and the license you hold is from another province, state, or country not honored or recognized in Saskatchewan.
6 & 6 driver education is the most comprehensive course package covering all aspects of driving. The Driver Training includes 6 hours of in-class lessons and 6 hours of road driving lessons. Certified Instructors give individual advice on each student’s strengths and weaknesses to help them pass their class 5 road exams, as well as drive safely for the rest of their life.
Please click here to register for 6 & 6 classes or contact us at 306-737-5612.
We offer 6 hours online class most Sundays on ZOOM from 10 am to 4 pm with 30 minutes of lunch break. To know more about 6 hours online class, please click here.
We do offer pick-up and drop-off service in Regina & Moose Jaw to help save you greater time and plan your lessons with much ease.
Absolutely right. Faizan’s Defensive Driving School in Saskatchewan and its instructors are fully certified and approved by SGI. Our driving school has been offering driver training services in Regina and surrounding areas, as well as Moose Jaw for the past many years.
You must be at least 16 years or older to take the Driver’s Education in Saskatchewan.
Yes. Once you finish SGI driver training (6 hours in-car driving lessons and 6 hours in-class training) you will receive a driver education certificate.
It can take about 1-2 weeks to complete 6 hours of in-class and 6 hours of in-car driving lessons. However, the exact length of time may vary depending on instructor availability.
Please reach us directly at our Regina & Moose Jaw phone No 306-737-5612 if you need to finish your 12 hours sooner.
According to the SGI practice log for new drivers, a minimum of 36 hours of practice is recommended. However, The number of driving lessons a student takes is entirely dependent on how much or how little effort a student puts toward their driving outside of taking lessons. The more practice a student can accumulate, the better prepared they are going to be for a road test.
If you are ready for your class 5 road test and need to book brush-up driving lessons with our SGI certified class 5 driving instructors, please text/call now FAIZAN at 306-737-5612.
Yes, we rent a car for a road test including 50 minutes brush-up lesson. It includes free pick-up & drop-off. Click here to learn more about our road test package.
We charge $ 150.00 for 6 hours of in-class training. Once you finish the training, the certificate will be mailed to your provided address.
We offer Online Training Session almost every Sunday on Zoom. For registration, Please click here to register for 6 by 6 classes or contact us at 306-737-5612.
You must be at least 15 years old to take driver’s ed in Saskatchewan. If you are 16 years of age or older, did not take driver’s ed in high school, or never had a driver’s license from any other province or country, then you must take Commercial Driver Training also known as SGI 6 by 6 Course (six hours in-class, six hours in-car.)
Get in touch with us for the best driver training in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Faizan’s Defensive Driving School accepts certified cheques, bank drafts, and e-transfer. You pay when you start your in-car lessons.
Receipts can be provided on request. you can e-transfer at firstname.lastname@example.org
No. You may begin taking in-car lessons before your in-class session. However, we recommend taking in-class training first so you have learned basic information, rules of the road, and traffic signs and signals.
No. We do not provide a Defensive Driving Course in our driving school. Please contact Saskatchewan Safety Council for more information.
Definitely! Faizan’s Defensive Driving School know a number of multilingual driving instructors who can provide services in English, Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi and so many other languages.
You must have your driving lessons, required by SGI, in an instructor’s car. However, you can drive with a supervising driver who can help you with step-by-step procedures for basic driving maneuvers and suggestions. It will make the learning process a positive experience for both you and the new driver.
Please click on A Guide to Supervising New Driver for more information.
Faizan’s Defensive Driving School provides services in Automatic cars as they are certainly easier to learn to drive. So learners are free to focus on mirrors, speed, other cars, pedestrians, and all the rest.
Student drivers have frequently asked this question – Check our blog on What Should I Learn To Drive – An Automatic Or A Manual Car?
We hope we have answered your all frequently asked questions but if you still have any doubts, feel free to get in touch with us.