I am completely disgusted with the poor customer service and lack of professionalism I experienced during the length of my driving training. I do not have a single positive comment to make about Valley Driver Training. After not feeling comfortable with the instructor I was initially given I contacted the school to make arrangements to be set up with a new instructor. Upon meeting with my new instructor (a month before I was eligible to receive my G2 license) I was told that my previous instructor has since been fired due to the fact that he was teaching students incorrectly as I was told that many students who had this instructor failed their G2 test because of his poor teaching. Well-knowingly that I needed to be properly taught maneuvers in order to pass the Ontario G2 test I contacted the school to request a free private lesson to freshen up my skills and correct any wrongly taught maneuvers. I was given a private lesson free of charge however I would have appreciated to have been taught how to drive properly by an experienced instructor the first time around. I strongly believe that Valley Driver Training in Sudbury, Ontario should be reviewed and penalized for the following reasons: – Poor customer service – Lack of accountability – Poor management – Unethical business practices – Unexperienced/poorly trained instructors Do yourself and your young driver a favour by choosing an alternative school rather than Valley Driver Training in Sudbury, Ontario.
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