Driving School Instructors (Who Do Not Own Vehicle)
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A driving school instructor using someone else’s vehicle requires a licence.
Apply in person at the Licence and Permit Issuing Office located inside the East York Civic Centre, 850 Coxwell, 3rd floor.
Original documents required for all applications (and renewal transactions).
Two pieces of government-issued identification (one must be photo ID):
- Canadian Passport (Photo ID)
- Driver’s Licence (Photo ID)
- Canadian Birth Certificate
- Citizenship Card
- Permanent Resident Card
- SIN Card (Social Insurance Number)
- Valid Work Permit
- First and last names must match on all identification
- We do not accept Health Cards
Applicants must provide an original criminal record/background check issued by a Canadian Police Service within 280 days prior to the application.
A copy of the applicant’s driving record abstract: a three year driving history recorded by the Ministry of Transportation.
This record should be less than 30 days old.
Applicants must provide an original Provincial Driving School Instructor Licence issued by the Ontario Ministry of Transportation.
Applicants must be at least 18 years old.
The driving school you are employed by must provide a dated letter, on company letterhead, stating you are actively employed by their school and when you began employment.
Photo will be taken at time of application.
After a completed application and all documents are submitted, staff will determine whether there are concerns with the applicant obtaining a licence.
Your licence will expire annually on the anniversary of the date that the licence was first issued.
The renewal fee is $293.19
A renewal notice, identifying any documents required to renew the licence, will be mailed to the address on file.
Payments received after the licence expiry date are subject to late fees in addition to the annual licence fee.
If you fail to renew your licence within 90 days of the specified renewal date, your licence will be cancelled and you will have to reapply.