Transport Your Crew
If you’re ready to expand your driving capabilities and credentials as a stepping stone or to earn extra income, a Class F license is just the ticket. It allows you to operate vehicles designed with seating capacity of up to 24 passengers. Whether you are interested in becoming a paramedic or driving a shuttle bus, small bus or stretch limousine, a valid Class F licence will ensure you are fully prepared to safely transport your crew. Led by highly qualified instructors, this program consists of seven hours of theory and four hours of practical training and the use of our vehicle for your one hour MTO road test.
GETTING UP TO SPEED
In this section, we’ll cover the Ministry of Transportation rules and regulations associated with a Class F licence.
ADAPTING YOUR DEFENSIVE DRIVING SKILLS
Before you hit the road, you’ll spend four hours covering defensive driving techniques in the classroom. Under the Class F licence, you’ll learn safe following distances, proper mirror-checking techniques, and how to anticipate the actions of other vehicles and pedestrians around you.
WHAT LIES AHEAD
Put your theories to the test. We’ll show you how to navigate various Class F vehicles, while defensively anticipating the actions of other drivers.
Once you’ve completed your in-class and practical training, you’re ready for your road test. Successful completion will put you in the driver’s seat of a Class F vehicle.
Applicants must be 18 years of age and must possess:
- A valid Ontario Class “G” licence;
- MTO medical report, vision test and written test (taken at the MTO); and
- Driver’s abstract.
Thank you so much for all of your help and guidance over the past months and weeks! Also, I just wanted to pass along that Randy is an AMAZING instructor. I’m so grateful for his help and expertise and how he really really cares and takes the time to make sure you know what you are doing and are comfortable in your own skin doing it! I would highly recommend him to anyone.
Thanks to you both, I officially have my F license!
-Future Paramedic, Jocelyn G.