The 10-hour online training, which is only available from YD, is easy to use, engaging and effective. The interactive videos, 3-D animations, photos, graphics and easy-to-follow voice-over narrative, make learning to drive an enjoyable experience. Segments take between 20 minutes to 30 minutes to complete, and students can choose the amount of time they want to spend at each sitting.
“A lot has changed in the 40 years that YD has been training new drivers, so we are always looking for new ways to build a strong foundation of knowledge for our students,” said Peter Christianson, president of Young Drivers of Canada.
YD e-Experience is part of the YD Novice Driving course, which is a ministry-approved beginner driver education (BDE) course. The other course components consist of 20 hours of in-class instruction that includes state-of-the-art HD video footage and 10 hours of private in-car training with only one student in the vehicle with the instructor.
“Driving is one of the most enjoyable experiences a young person will have. But it is without a doubt one of the most dangerous,” added Christianson. “We believe that YD e-Experience will help new drivers better prepare for the road ahead and keep our roads safer for everyone.”
You can test-drive YD e-Experience for free online at www.yd.com/edemo.