M.T.O Approved Defensive Driving Course (DDC)

By taking this proactive approach to improving your driving skills, you are demonstrating a level of responsibility and commitment to safe driving that can be highly influential in the eyes of judges or courts. In some cases, completing a Defensive Driving Course may lead to a dismissal of the charges brought against you, or a more lenient sentence if found guilty.


Jacob J Hammoud

Course Fee



363 Eugenie St East. Windsor, N8X 2Y2


10am-5pm (1 Day Course)

5 Hours Dedicated to Theoretical Learning

In theoretical learning, there are several topics that drivers can expect to cover.

Firstly, there is the importance of following traffic laws and regulations. This includes topics such as speed limits, traffic signs and signals, and right of way rules.

Secondly, drivers will learn about the effects of alcohol and drugs on driving ability, as well as the risks associated with distracted driving.

Thirdly, the course will cover techniques for maintaining a safe following distance, such as the two-second rule, and how to adjust driving behavior to different road and weather conditions.

Another important topic that drivers will learn about is defensive driving strategies, such as scanning the road ahead, anticipating other drivers' actions, and always being prepared to react to unexpected situations.

2 Hours of in-car Training

During the 2 hours of in-car training of a Defensive Driving Course, drivers will have the opportunity to put into practice the knowledge and skills they learned in the theoretical part. This practical portion of the course will take place with a M.T.O Approved Instructor.

The instructor will also provide guidance on how to apply the defensive driving techniques taught in the theoretical portion. This includes how to scan the road ahead, maintain a safe following distance, and make informed decisions in different driving situations. Additionally, by receiving feedback from the instructor, drivers can learn how to identify and correct any bad driving habits they may have developed. Overall, the in-car training component of the Defensive Driving Course is designed to provide drivers with practical experience and build their confidence and skills in a safe and controlled environment.


During the assessment, drivers can expect to demonstrate their understanding of traffic rules, road signs and signals, and safe driving techniques, as well as show their ability to properly use vehicle controls and make informed decisions in different driving situations.

The goal of the assessment is to ensure that the driver has grasped the concepts taught in the Defensive Driving Course and can apply them to safely operate a vehicle on the road. Drivers should expect to receive feedback from the assessor on areas they may need to improve upon, and advice on how to further develop their safe driving skills.

Certification Card

By completing the course and obtaining a certificate, you can demonstrate to the courts/others that you take driving seriously and are committed to being a responsible and safe driver. So, don't hesitate, take the leap and enroll in a Defensive Driving Course today!