Training Locations

Our lower mainland programs are conducted at the BC Driving Centre in Pitt Meadows, or Mission Raceway Park in Mission.

BC Driving Centre

18200 Ford Road
Pitt Meadows, BC

Directions from Langley: take Golden Ears Bridge north and exit at Airport Way. Head west on Airport Way until Baynes Road. Head north on Baynes Road. Head west on Ford Road and you will see the entrance to the driving centre on the south side directly across from the intersection of McTavish Road and Ford Road.

Directions from Lougheed Highway: take Harris Rd south. Head west on Ford Road. After crossing Baynes Rd, continue on and the entrance to the driving centre is on the south side directly across from the intersection of McTavish Road and Ford Road.

Mission Raceway Park

32670 Dyke Road
Mission, BC

Other Locations

We have venues suitable for asphalt training, off-road training and track driving across North America. Please inquire for training centres near your company location or outpost.

On-Road Driving Sessions

Are you looking for a solution to deliver advanced driver training to your large on-road fleet of drivers?

Driving Unlimited offers on-road, on-location training that is both effective and cost-efficient.

These sessions focus on more than just rules of the road – they also address awareness, vision, seating position and use of the controls. By introducing operational skill sets, and combining them with tools for increased awareness and decision-making, drivers leave these sessions with the tools and the power to keep themselves consistently safe on the streets.

Our trainers travel to your company locations and train drivers in their own fleet vehicles at their own office. This allows your team to benefit from the expertise and coaching of our instructor team, without either taking employees out of the office for too long, or incurring travel costs for them to attend out of town training sessions.

In my time driving, which is a few years, this has been the best hands-on training that I have ever taken. I thought this was money very well spent!