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Right Hand Drive in a Left Hand Drive World!

The Canadian government has relaxed import regulations and restrictions for the use of right hand vehicles on our roadways. Historical Overview of Right Hand Drive Vehicles in Canada After the war years these types of vehicles were largely collector cars… Read More…

Joan Wallace Driving School on Chek Around

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Winter driving requires full attention

By Steve Wallace, The Province, December 12th, 2012 There are times when driving with cruise control engaged is an advantage, and others when it is not. Many drivers like using cruise control on long highway trips. It takes the stress… Read More…

Is parallel parking really that important?

By Steve Wallace, The Province, August 17, 2012 My previous column concerning the dubious merits of parallel parking on a driver’s test resulted in sever-al responses worth noting. A former driving instructor liked to teach and observe students while they… Read More…

Why All the fuss Over Left-foot Braking?

  Are you actually allowed to drive with two feet on a driving test? Left-foot braking is a safe, effective and efficient way for experienced drivers to slow, stop or control a vehicle. Many drivers who learned on a standard… Read More…

It’s that (school) time of year again

Kids are excited to return to school and see all their friends again. They are distracted and not yet accustomed to a regular routine. Drivers have to be extra careful at this time of year. Sadly, many drivers have no… Read More…

stop sign at a four way stop Who Has Right of Way at a Four Way Stop?

First come, first served is the general rule to determine who has right of way at a four way stop, but all that changes if there‚Äôs a pedestrian. Four-way-stop intersections seem simple and straightforward. They are not. Who goes first… Read More…

A key driving decision – What lane should you drive in?

The lack of lane choices, in the early days of automobile travel, made vehicle positioning very simple. Drivers simply followed the driver ahead of them. With the increased number of motorists on the road, it became necessary to build more… Read More…

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