2018 Readers' Choice Award - Best Safe Driving Training Service

August 30, 2018 Written by Spencer McDonald
August 20, 2018 - The health and safety community across Canada has again voted Surrey based Thinking Driver Fleet Safety, Best Safe Driving Training for 2018 through the Canadian Occupational Safety Magazine, Readers' Choice Awards. Thinking Driver Fleet Safety is a leader in fleet safety training and has been providing safety…

The Thinking Driver Newsletter - Volume 1, Issue 59 August 2018

August 23, 2018 Written by Spencer McDonald
Safety Reminders for Back to School School Bus Travel Research conducted by Transport Canada shows that school bus travel is one of the safest methods of transportation.  It is 16 times safer than traveling in a family car per passenger/kilometer of travel.  Although school buses have an excellent safety record,…
How to Avoid 5 Costly Summer Driving Hazards Summer is the time to tip your toes into a swimming pool, lounge around at a picnic and let your worries fall by the wayside.  But don't let the long, lazy days of summer cause you to become too complacent behind the…

The Thinking Driver Newsletter - Volume 1, Issue 56 June 2018

June 27, 2018 Written by Spencer McDonald
Doggone Distraction: Driving with Pets He was about 50, I figured, and the pick up truck that he was driving was unremarkable.  In fact, there was nothing that would have drawn my attention to the vehicle as I slowly passed in the fast lane, if it hadn't been for the…
These Essential Spring Cleaning Tips Will Have Your Car Summer Ready! If you're reading this site, there's a pretty good chance you care about your car.  Thanks to Canada's horrid unique climate mix that freezes our cars in the winter and bakes them in the summer, our vehicles tend to…
Thinking Driver Fleet Safety, releases a new manual that sets the Canadian Standard in School Bus driving and training. This manual of best practices provides a comprehensive national curriculum to give drivers and trainers easy access to all the tools and information they need. Contents include driver responsibilities and the…


March 28, 2017 Written by Spencer McDonald
We KNOW Thinking Driver is the BEST driver safety provider in Canada. Help us prove it! Vote for Thinking Driver in Canadian Occupational Safety Magazine's Survey to select Canada's BEST providers! We are in category 56. Thanks for completing the survey and voting Thinking Driver!   Link to: Canadian Occupational Safety Magazine…

New Website Launch

July 20, 2015 Written by Spencer McDonald
Welcome to our new website. We are an online driving school offering a driver safety course and online driving lessons to improve driving skills.


April 6, 2015 Written by Spencer McDonald
Good training is a key element, but only part of the puzzle for vehicle safety! Employers with vehicle fleet or employees who drive are aware (or should be) that the greatest probability of an injury incident is going to be vehicle or driving related.  Many organizations have, therefore, incorporated driver…
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