My name is Mike Fisher.
I am a long time driving instructor, and I own Mike Fisher’s Driving School.
I have also spent many years as a Health and Safety Instructor.
In this blog, I hope to pass along some of the safety tips and driving tips and techniques that I have learned over the years as a Health and Safety Instructor, while driving, and training driving students.
Please read and send me any feedback or questions via the site contact form.
Mike Fisher’s Driving School was proud to support “Creepy Carnival” 2018 last Wednesday, October 31, 2018 5:00 PM 8:00 PM at the Knights of Columbus Centre on Spencer Street. Lots of fun for the family.
With the legalization of Cannabis in Canada, there are some significant changes to driving laws. The Feds have passed bill C-46 which outlines new regulations with respect to having THC in your system when driving. 1) 2 to 5 nanograms per milliliter in your blood while driving is treated as a summary offense with fines […]
“Some of our April 2018 Class that braved the Ice Storm and made it to our Driver Training.”
Mike here: My dad (Julius Grozly) passed away February 02, 2018, with family at his side, after a courageous battle with cancer. In dad’s true typical fashion, not once complaining to family or medical staff of his situation, or even the extreme pain that he was enduring. By far the toughest man I have ever […]
Beginning on January 1, 2018, the following changes to the Highway Traffic Act (HTA) came into force. For the future toll Highway 418 which joins the 407 to the 401 between Oshawa and Bowmanville, these include: • Drivers with a G1 licence will be restricted from driving on the new highway • Bicycles, wheelchairs, and […]
Congratulations to Olga Gerin, Hannah Brook, Amanda Fischer, and Nolan Stevenson. Each passed their road test on the first attempt with scores ranging from 92%-96%. This is just a small example of our students exceptionally high success rates. We will keep you posted on other students results in the future. Mike
As always, our Class G Driving Courses continue to be well attended, with 32 students in our Oct. 3, 4, 13 & 14, 2017 class. Kaila Macklin, Michael Liscio, and Danielle Crafts each received our grand prize of $305.00 which represents a 50% rebate of their course fee. The other 29 students received gift cards […]
This is pretty funny. Unfortunately, some of the things that I witness other drivers doing while behind the wheel makes me believe that, somewhere in the world, there may actually be drivers tests that are conducted in this way. I can assure you that this is not the case in Ontario. Mike
This question pops up sometimes: What is the difference between “No Parking” and “No Stopping” signs? No Parking means you can not stop there, unless you are loading or unloading passengers or merchandise. No Stopping means no stopping! Even for a moment.
Some of the students from the May 2017 class pose with Chase McAllister. Mike was thrilled to have Chase and his mother attend the class to receive a donation totaling $695.00 to help Chase and his family through his rehabilitation.