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Driver's Education

Please find registration information for the upcoming Driver Z term included below. We are hoping this will provide answers for some of the questions your school may encounter and help keep you informed.


Where can students go for information?


Where do students go to pay and register?

Students can pay and register for courses at any Autopac agent or Manitoba Public Insurance Service Centre.


Will students be given priority to register for Driver Z courses at their own school?

As the course is virtual students will be allowed to attend a virtual course that is not necessarily based out the school they attend. To facilitate in-car lessons students will only be allowed to register in courses within a closer geographical area to where they attend high school.


How do students and co-pilots access the online learning?

Once students have registered, they will receive an email with instructions and an email invite to the virtual course closer to their course start date. They will be required to do the following:


  • Log in to Driver Z online to set up their account.
  • Complete Zone 1 (activities 1-29) before Kick-off. This takes approximately 12 hours to complete.
  • Invite at least one co-pilot (and up to eight) through Driver Z online.
    • Co-pilots will also be required to log on and complete Zone 1 (activities 1-6) to be able to support the student and ensure all necessary tasks are finished to complete the program. This takes approximately two to three hours to complete.
  • Access the virtual classroom via a link in the email invite 10 minutes prior to the start of the class.

It is important that students and co-pilots have separate email addresses to ensure they receive the appropriate emails for their role.


If you have any questions, please contact Driver Education by email or phone at (204) 985-7199 or toll-free at 1-800-261-9928.


Thanks again for being a vital part of the Driver Z team. Your commitment to preparing young drivers is making Manitoba roadways safer for everyone!