Welcome to Excel Driving


Excel is a privately owned, Provincially licensed, certified driving school.

Our clientele includes new drivers of all ages from the general public, private and public schools in Hants County, Kings County, and HRM.

 * Full 25 / 10 course with certificate / $620.00 (tax incl.)

 * Hourly lessons / $70.00 (tax incl.) 


* 25/ 10 Courses held every 7-8 weeks *

* Nexavailable course with seating (July 2020) *

* To Register: Email, Student Name, Contact #, Email Address *

 (confirmation email will be sent )

* Any course seat cancellations will be posted on our website *


 Course Includes

    ▶️ 25 hours classroom theory. 

▶️10 hours in vehicle training.

(Excel vehicle)

▶️ Defensive Driver Training.

▶️ Driving Certificate Upon successful completion. 

▶️ Client provides own vehicle for road test,  

78 Thomas St, Classroom 1

Windsor  Comm. / Rec, Ctr.

Course Payment

 Cash, e transfer : info@exceldrivertraining.ca

Payment in 2 instalments

First $310.00 due (before day 1) 

We can not accept payment on day 1 of class

Final $310.00 due before in car training assignment starts.

(See F.A.Q,S section for payment details)


Questions?  / Call, text, or email

Email: info@exceldrivertraining.ca

Phone: (902) 790-1400


Classroom Theory

25 hours of classroom theory based upon NTSA traffic safety text.

Approved by the Province of Nova Scotia.

Course Curriculum includes:

  • Highway Transportation System
  • Traffic Control Devices
  • Administrative Laws
  • Physical and Mental Health
  • Road Rage
  • Alcohol and Drugs
  • Knowing your Vehicle
  • Basic Manoeuvres
  • Defensive Driving
  • Stopping Distances
  • Safety Technology
  • Driving Techniques
  • Urban and Rural Driving
  • Expressway Driving
  • Adverse Conditions
  • Emergency Situations
  • Functions / Malfunctions
  • Driver Responsibility
  • Sharing the Road
  • Crosswalk Safety
  • Dangers of Texting and Driving
  • and much much more...

Related Videos, Guest Speakers when available, Module Testing.

In-Vehicle Instruction

Students can expect the 10 hours of in-car training to focus in many different areas with many different risk scenerios.

  • Automobile Familiarization
  • Steering Techniques
  • Stopping and Starting
  • Right / Left hand turns
  • Highway and Urban Driving
  • Reversing
  • 2 and 3 point turns
  • Risk Perception
  • Passing
  • Parking
  • Controlled Intersections
  • Uncontrolled Intersections
  • Traffic Control Signals
  • Crosswalk Safety
  • Hazardous Situations
  • One Way Streets
  • Lane Changes
  • Right of Ways
  • Dangers of Texting and Driving

* Students must be able to attend (all) days of a classroom course in sequence. In car training does not start until classroom has been completed.

* Course Payments- A minimum of half of the full course balance ($310.00) must be received by our office (before) day 1 of classes. We do not accept payments on the day of class. Payments not received before day 1 of the class may result in the seat being transferred to students on our cancelation list.

Please note that we have had to change policies here due to some simply not showing up or not contacting us in advance to cancel.

* We can not under any circumstances fast track or accelerate in car training regardless of road test eligibility. The flow of the 10 hours of in car training depends upon the students ability to perform what we teach from lesson to lesson. And the students availability and flexibility to book lessons. 

* In car training assignments usually take place 7-10 days after (all) classroom has been completed, and provided all courses balances have been paid.

* Lessons are usually pre-booked up to a week in advance. Should you have to cancel a lesson please contact your instructor as soon as possible. Failure to notify us of a canceled lesson or simply not showing up for a lesson will result in a charge to make up that lesson.

* Practice - We cannot stress enough the importance of practice between each and every lesson. Something our instructors are quick to remind our students at every single lesson. It is the combination of instructor training and student practice that can dramatically affect your success in the course and on a Provincial road test later on.