Is it still better to go through Ministry Approved Beginner Driver Education Course if driver can get G2 and G quickly?
Then he mentioned something about her records getting deleted once she gets her G license and her history with a G starts from a clean slate.
I know it still makes sense to go through the BDE to get lower insurance premiums but did the broker mean that when she gets her G license, the BDE and the three-year driving experience / 3-star no longer matters when TDMM rates her?
I recall that some online auto quotes do ask how long she was driving with a G2 apart from how long she has had a G license.
Does the premium almost always go down going from G2 to G? She is able to do her G test beginning this month but I would advise her to do it after the second semester when winter is finally over and maybe book in May for a refresher course and then take the G test afterwards.