This privacy notice discloses the course policy for https://elitedriving.org
Please read these course policies carefully as they govern your use of the course!
Please confirm that you have read the Course Code of Conduct and agree to abide by its terms and conditions. By checking “Agree” below, you agree to these terms and conditions prior to registration.
You will have to repeat this course if you don’t complete all the online modules and in-car lessons within one year (365 days). This MTO rule has no exceptions, and this means paying for the course again.
Your school will have course policies concerning in-car lessons, refunds, etc. Please contact them directly for more information.
The emphasis of this course is on interactive learning including participation, assessments including quizzes, final exams, and as well as other online content.
The requirements for completion of this course are:
This course is comprised of the following:
For 40 Total hours of instruction.
The course contains a variety of assessments. These are clearly marked as Quizzes or Tests and require you to click “Start Quiz” to begin. Assessments provide unlimited attempts to reach a 70% passing grade. At the end of each attempt, you will be presented with a list of questions that you got incorrect.
Each assessment is timed, at the end of the time limit, the assessment will be submitted automatically. If you log out of the course during an assessment, you will be brought back to the last question you answered.
All assessments are combined to calculate your final grade. The final grade is calculated as the total number of questions you answered correctly out of all questions. This grade must be 70% or higher to pass the course.
The course is broken down as follows:
Each Chapter is broken down into subtopics and assessments. Lessons are the pages you will navigate through. Each lesson is timed and includes a variety of reading, activities, and interactive activities. To move through each lesson, you must complete all the activities on the page and the timer must run out. Assessments occur in between lessons and are clearly marked in your navigation menu.
At the end of this course, each student will be able to:
Demonstrate the importance of traffic laws, as well as the repercussions and enforcement for breaking laws.
Identify the basis behind traffic laws, and some reasons for the laws to be in place.
Explain the importance of traffic control devices, as well as fundamental characteristics that allow for universal recognition.
Students will be exposed to various signage as well as traffic signals and will be able to recognize various signs and signals and be able to describe their function and usage.
Students will be exposed to various pavement markings and will be able to explain the importance of the markings, as well as safe passing zones.
Identify and explain the purpose of a variety of basic vehicle components including instruments and warning indicators, safety devices, control devices, etc.,
Explain the importance of pre-trip checks, including internal and external checks. Demonstrate a routine pre-trip checklist to ensure that controls and safety devices are properly adjusted prior to departure.
Recognize the importance of safety devices and be able to describe the settings for mirrors as well as hand placement on the steering wheel.
Describe the components that make up the communication, speed and visibility controls in the vehicle such as signals, pedals and windshield wipers.
Describe the instrument panel signs, comfort adjustments and anti-theft components in modern vehicles.
Students will be able to describe the many different methods of controlling the vehicle safely in a variety of conditions, as well as different maneuvers that can be used while driving.
Describe the steps involved in starting the vehicle, accelerating and braking safely.
Explain the importance of visual tracking while driving.
Recognize the differences between urban and rural driving as well as the different roads used in both.
Recognize and describe important concepts such as traction and friction as well as ways they might be able to use both for safe driving.
Explain different conditions that might affect driving such as weather as well as best practices to control skids.
Describe the differences between highway and city driving as well as recognize the components that make up a highway such as on/off ramps and one-way travel with higher speed limits.
Explain and demonstrate through scenarios many different driving manoeuvres including turns, passing, reversing direction and parking.
Describe and recognize how their attitude and behaviour can impact their driving.
Explain the main factors that can influence their driving as well as how they can impact driving.
Explain the different ways to assess their mental state before driving.
Describe the role of nerves and anxiety while driving and recognize coping methods for these emotions.
Explain road rage and aggressive driving and the consequences of these behaviours both in themselves and in others.
Describe how social pressures such as peer pressure and advertising affect their driving even unconsciously.
Recognize the importance of making good decisions on the road and how to make the best decision possible in different scenarios.
Recognize the importance of safe and responsible responses to a variety of emergency situations, as well as how to be a leader in promoting safe driving.
Explain the importance of being caring and empathetic to other road users.
Describe the environmental impact of driving a vehicle and explain the importance of a variety of factors such as fuel efficiency and driving efficiency.
Recognize that driving is a lifelong learning process and that there is always something new to learn.
Describe the importance of sharing the road with other road users including road users of abnormal size (such as bikes, pedestrians, trucks, etc.)
Explain the importance of cooperative driving, respecting other road users, passing safely, and the benefits that come from these cooperative actions.
Recognize cooperative communication with other road users, including good habits to get into, and to consistently communicate with other road users.
Recognize the importance of operating space and how it plays a part in cooperative driving.
Explain the importance of being responsible around impaired driving.
Describe the types of impairment including alcohol, drugs, and fatigue as well as the effects of impairment.
Recognize some myths and facts about impairment.
Recognize the consequences of impaired driving as well as managing distractions while driving and managing their attention towards driving.
Describe other impairments and the effects of combining multiple impairments.
Demonstrate the effects of distractions both in and out of the vehicle on the driver and other road users.
Describe the importance of safe and proper observation skills as well as how to safely perform these skills.
Recognize the importance of their own risk tolerance, personal limits, and accurate risk perception.
Identify and describe hazards on the roads as well as methods to detect and prevent collisions.
Explain common collision situations and methods of prevention.
Describe the importance of good decision-making on other road users.
You may not
enter without authorization into equipment, facilities, networks, or accounts to use, read, transfer or change the contents, or for any other purpose.
use another individual’s account or grant another individual access to your account.
send inappropriate messages/dialogue with other students, faculty members, and college staff via the telephone, online chat, or email, including but not limited to, messages/ dialogue which are offensive, abusive, derogatory, seditious, harassing or threatening.
display, transmit, distribute, or make available information that expresses or implies discrimination/bullying or an intention to discriminate/bully.
Interfering with the normal operation of any technology systems and connecting networks (this includes such things as flooding the network with messages or sending chain letters or pyramid solicitations).
create and/or use worldwide web information pages or links to point to offending materials that do not comply with the Ontario Human Rights Code or the Criminal Code of Canada unless doing so fulfills the requirements of the course; and
use our facilities or courses for any purpose that could be seen as a violation of the Criminal Code of Canada.
You are responsible for:
all use of your account(s); therefore, you must maintain secure passwords for all accounts assigned to you, ensure and safeguard against others obtaining unauthorized access to your accounts and must not share passwords or any other access control information for your accounts.
Represent yourself honestly in all communications, applications, assignments, tests, examinations, and other correspondence.
comply with all copyright and license conditions associated with GoGo Driving Online BDE Curriculum and content; you will not submit work that is plagiarized or otherwise violates copyright laws of Canada; and
reporting perceived infractions of the Code of Conduct Policy to either the course instructor and/or the GoGo Driving staff.
You are responsible for:
ensuring that all progress through the online course is the product of the registered student.
Submitted materials, test/quiz answers, etc. are the product of the registered student and are not plagiarized from any source including other materials, parents/peers etc. Any identified plagiarism may result in an immediate failing grade,
Cell phones and other electronic devices are not used throughout the duration of the course.
As a student participating in this online learning environment, you will abide by all rules and regulations published in your course(s) and in this Student Code of Conduct Policy and agree that you are subject to the jurisdiction of all disciplinary procedures established to address any alleged violation.
Last Updated: 07/09/2023