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It’s today! We’re now open in Sainte-Julie!

We’re OPEN in Sainte-Julie! 801, de l’Abbé-Théoret Ave., Suite 7, Sainte-Julie, J3E 1N8 450-922-5757 We, my partner Allan Pearce and I, are very proud to be able to welcome you closer to home, in Sainte-Julie, in our third school in Montérégie! We’re proud that our determination to provide top-notch teaching and excellence in service is […]

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Sainte-Julie opens MONDAY JUNE 13!

Sainte-Julie: it’s Monday! On June 13, at Noon, we will proudly open the doors of our brand new and third school in Montérégie! Strategically located by a major crossroad – that of Highways 20 and 30-, our new Sainte-Julie school is easy to access and will be able to serve everyone in the whole eastern […]

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We’re expanding!

Next step:  Sainte-Julie Pro Conduite continues to expand! A new school is coming soon in Sainte-Julie. Located at the junction of highways 20 and 30, the Sainte-Julie school will be a great solution for everyone in the area. So if you live around Sainte-Julie, like in Longueuil, Boucherville, Saint-Amable, Varennes, Beloeil, McMasterville, Mont-Saint-Hilaire, Saint-Mathieu de […]

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New Motorcycle Site and New English Site!

Lots of new things! We are very happy to welcome you on our new English site! Our English site 2016 is a year for expansion at Pro Conduite and on top of the addition of the Brossard driving school to our family of driving schools, we finally put online our English website to better serve […]

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Welcome to Pro Conduite Brossard

Pro Conduite has a new driving school in Brossard École de conduite Brossard Inc. is now part of the Pro Conduite banner and family of driving schools. It happened on November 9, and if you didn’t notice, it’s because we didn’t change any staff nor the school’s normal way of doing business. Now with two […]

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Insolite

 “Des noms de lieux qui font sourire”   Tiré du journal de Montréal le 22 octobre 2014, voici quelques noms cocasses et leur signification.  

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A Useful Traffic Light

Did you see our new Traffic Light? On February 15, 2015, Pro conduite acquired a remarkable item: our very own Trafic Light at the Saint-Constant school! Ok, it’s not just hedonistic. It is very visibly useful:  Red Light The school is closed.  Yellow Light  The Office is closed but there are courses being given = […]

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How to make a Stop

A simple but efficient protocol When getting near a crossroad – the most frequent being those with 4-stops, many don’t really know where to stop and when to start moving again after stopping. Here is how to do it: Visually survey the road in a way that allows you to see as wide and as […]

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Driving a manuel transmission car

The Manual Transmission  Car Many of you were asking us to give Manual Transmission Car driving lessons. Well, we are granting you your wishes. We recently acquired a new car that you will be able to use to learn how to drive a manual transmission car – and it won’t cost you a penny more! […]

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Starting your car in cold weather

The tricks you need to know We live in Quebec, where winters are very cold, and that does impact how our vehicles behave. Here are a few neet tricks and valuable info so that your car will start even when it’s really cold. Battery Of course, the car battery plays a major role in starting […]

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Demerit Points vs Offences

Number of demerit points you can get for various offences Here are two tables indicating the number of demerit points you can be given for various frequent offences. Speeding Speeding Offences Demerit Points Travelling over the statutory or posted speed limit   Zone of 60 km/h or less 60 km/h to 90 km/h zone 100 km/h zone or more by […]

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Driving after 75 y.o.

Visual and Medical Evaluation Many reasons may bring the SAAQ to require you to pass a medical or visual examination, whatever your age, as a condition for you to keep your driver’s licence. However, the law stipulates that if you hold a Class 5, 6A, 6B, 6C, 6D or 8 licence, you must pass a […]

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Evaluate your skills

Everything changes Nowadays, everything changes really fast. The Highway Safety Code and Road Safety Regulations change too, sometimes very quickly. So if you obtained your driver’s licence, say, 5 or 10 years ago, chances are your knowledge or skills are not up-to-date and that you’re missing on important information. But how would you know? Well, […]

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Seniors on the road – the France connection

The French (France) have gotten rid a while ago of prejudice about seniors and driving. Here is what we find as an introductory statement on the website of their Road Safety Association: Other excerpts are just as interesting on that site: So what should you do, according to the French, to keep driving safely as […]

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Speed

Do you really “get” the equation between speed and your security? The Institut national de sécurité publique du Québec (INSPQ) published in 2005 – that is, before driving lessons were made mandatory again – a huge report on the relationship between speed and the number and seriousness of accidents, and the number of serious injuries […]

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The various classes of driver’s licences

8 Classes in all In Quebec, there are eight different classes of driver’s licence that correspond to various types of vehicles and the various uses of vehicles. The two most common are Class 5 – Passenger Vehicles, and Class 6, which covers motorcycles, moped and scooters.  Here are all the Classes (those in bold can […]

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Julie

Because it’s always nice It’s always nice to be given an appreciative testimonial by our clients and students. At the end of each course, we ask our students to evaluate our performance and the form we give them to do it allows them to remain anonymous, because we want them to feel  at ease to […]

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Welcome to our new English Site!

Hello and Welcome in our new English site! We have worked hard to bring you a site that we hope will become your go-to place to get information on driving, and learning driving. And now we have this English version, finally! Whatever your age or your experience as a driver, whether you are a parent, […]

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