We provide car training for new drivers, and for those who has experience and wants to upgrade their skills.


First-Rate Course Offerings We embrace a learning environment that will prepare you for the path ahead. Our classes incorporate TRUCK TRAINING with traditional learning styles as well as hands-on experiences.


PROFESSIONAL MOTORCYCLE TRAINING/ ROADRUNNER School is a reputable Calgary driving and motorcycle school that provides Primary Motorcycle Training courses for beginners as well as experienced riders in Calgary. Our courses are designed to equip you with the right knowledge and skills to be a safe and responsible rider.


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Road Runner Driving School is BBB accredited business.We have more than 10 years in the business. Road Runner Driving School offered the best driving training in Calgary, Okotoks, Airdrie, Red Deer. Our licensed Instructors have a unique way to understand the students and provide them with the best experience.Our programs are made for beginners to experienced learners also to those that want to refresh or pass the road test. At our driving school in Calgary, we work with drivers of all ages and abilities, and those with highly nervous when driving. Our driving schools offers excellent prices. Let Road Runner School help you to get confident by majoring in your skills.





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Alberta Driving Back to Work Grant Program Unemployed Albertans have an opportunity to start careers as commercial truck drivers through the new Driving Back to Work Grant Program. Unemployed Albertans can access funding to take the Mandatory Entry Level Training (MELT) program to earn a Class 1 driver’s licence. This grant will help to fill an expected shortage of commercial drivers, forecast to be more than 12% by 2023, putting the province’s supply chain at risk. This grant supports Alberta’s Recovery Plan. The objective of the program is to help more Albertans become Class 1 drivers. This will help support the economy by keeping the province’s supply chain open by ensuring an adequate number of Class 1 drivers are available. The Driving Back to Work Grant is administered by Ballad Consulting Group, and driver training schools and financially supported by the Government of Alberta. Grant includes Air Brake Program Air Brake Knowledge Test Class 1 Mandatory Entry Level Training (MELT) Program Class 1 MELT Knowledge Test Class 1 MELT Road Test


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30 Mar
Alberta drivers eagerly await elimination of $150 advanced road tests, other licence changes

Alberta drivers, driving schools and registries are eagerly awaiting changes to the province’s Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) program, which is expected to take effect this spring.

Under this change, Alberta drivers with GDL licences will no longer have to take a $150 advanced road test to get their full Class 5 licence after their two-year probationary period, as long as they haven’t had any suspensions, demerits or violations in the preceding 12 months.

GDL permits will be automatically upgraded when they’re renewed, or earlier if a driver requests to reprint their licence without the GDL.

Like many Albertans — about 700.000 of them— Calgary’s Natalie Proulx has only a GDL licence.

“It just felt like a cash grab to me, which is why I never took the test to remove the probationary conditions,” said Proulx.

The only times having a GDL licence affected her was years ago when she wasn’t able to rent a car in B.C. without a full licence, and recently when her 16-year-old daughter — who has a Class 7 learner’s licence — started learning how to drive.

“I just couldn’t be bothered. And they wanted me to pay for it. No thanks.”

The province hasn’t announced precisely when the change is coming. So far, it’s only said “this spring.” New enhanced road test 

According to Angela Fuentes, Owner of the Calgary Road Runner Driving School, this means changes are also coming to the road test for new drivers

“It’s going to be good for the students because they’re going to save money, but they will also need to take more training because it’s going to be harder,” said Fuentes.

In the long run, Fuentes says the move will help improve road safety because new drivers will need to learn more rules and adapt more skills.

She does wonder, though, what this means for new immigrants who arrive to Canada with their full licence from their home country. Many immigrants require full licences for their work, she says.

“I haven’t heard anything about that, but I’m hoping they can just exchange the Class 5 advanced and they don’t have to wait too long.”

As it stands now, Fuentes says, immigrants whose original licences are approved have to wait a few weeks to take the advanced road test.

30 Mar
Blind Spot for a Driver – What Does It Mean and When To Check?

As a driver, you must know where the blind spots are around your car. Being aware of it can help you protect yourself from easily avoidable accidents. In a driving school, instructors use the term ‘blind spot’ several times while teaching. But what does it mean? Where are they located?

Well, if you are not familiar with this term, read this blog. Here, we have brought out some relevant information regarding the blind spot. So, keep reading!

What Is a Blind Spot?

The side mirrors and rearview mirrors will give you a good view around your car while driving. But there are some areas that the mirrors don’t cover, which are referred to as blind spots. A blind spot is actually an area of the road that is outside the vision of the driver. These areas cannot be seen through windows and mirrors.

Hence, before starting your journey, check whether you can see the behind and both the sides of your car through mirrors. If not, adjust them accordingly.

If you see on the back left of the large vehicle, you will notice a message ‘blind spot, take care’. It means the blind spots on a large vehicle are bigger than on others.

Where Are the Blind Spot Located?

Blind spots are all around your car. The larger and taller the vehicle is, the bigger the blind spots are. But their location and size vary according to the type of the vehicle. The main blind spots are located at the rear, on the sides, in the front, and behind the windshield pillar of the car.

When You Should Check Your Blind Spots?

When driving, it’s imperative to be aware of what’s around you to keep you and other road users safe. But the time when it’s important to check your blind spots is:

  • When another car moves into your lane
  • Before changing lanes
  • While turning into a road
  • At a junction

Hope, this information will give you a clear description of blind spots. So, wait no more! If you want to become a successful driver, book online and enrol your name in our school. Read our other blogs to know more about us!

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30 Mar
Signs You Should Improve Your Driving Techniques

Driving a car is not an easy task. A small mistake may lead you to become a victim of an accident. That is why one shouldn’t come on the road without having an experience in car driving. On the other hand, if you drive a vehicle after a long time, you may need to brush up your skills for efficient driving. In addition, you must be well versed with driving rules. Below are the signs you should improve your driving techniques.

When You Should Improve Your Driving Techniques

You Commit to a Lot of Mistakes When Driving

If you are new to car driving, the chance is high that you may commit mistakes. Do you suddenly stop your car without warning? This can be a big mistake, which may even lead you to encounter a mishap. Most importantly, you must be aware of the seating position. Always keep your waist straight while driving. And don’t forget to fasten the seat belt.

You Cannot Handle Tough Driving Conditions

Tough driving conditions may take place due to severe weather conditions. It can be snow, rain or storm. Besides, the damaged road can also make it difficult to drive your car properly. When driving, you may encounter unexpected situations, like a tire blowing out, which will leave you stranded on the midway. Hence, if you are not confident in handling these circumstances, enrol yourself in a driving school.

You Weave Between Lanes

Weaving happens when you move back and forth quickly between lanes. And remember, it’s a form of aggressive and reckless driving. It’s illegal. Changing lanes constantly and passing between cars at high speed can cause accidents. Signalling incorrectly when changing lanes can be dangerous, especially if you fail to check mirrors.

Hence, to deal with these challenges and become a successful driver, get trained under qualified driving instructors. And that’s what we have. So, wait no more! Contact us immediately! The driving programs we offer are made for beginners to experienced learners.

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5 Most Common Mistakes a New Driver Usually Makes

There is no denying that novice drivers are at a high risk of getting involved in an accident. According to research, the number of accidents caused by new drivers is four times greater than that of experienced drivers.

Driving a vehicle is not rocket science. When you handle steering for the first time, everything may seem tricky. It’s natural! Hence, let us tell you some common mistakes that new drivers commit so that you can avoid them when driving.

Avoid These Mistakes When Driving

Placing Feet on the Clutch Pedal

As a car driver, you should maintain the speed limit and avoid accelerating or stopping the car suddenly. Hence, it’s best not to place your feet on the clutch pedals. Otherwise, it can cause them to deteriorate prematurely. If you drive your vehicle at the right speed, you need not use the clutch.

Trying to Overtake

This mistake can be majorly responsible for an accident. Hence, it’s a must to maintain the right distance from the vehicle moving ahead of your car. Otherwise, look at the number of street strips between your vehicle and the car ahead. If a car in front of you is running slow, ensure

street strips between these two cars are visible.

Not Being Attentive When Turning Your Car

Most accidents usually take place when turning the car in a particular direction and changing lanes. New drivers are typically unconscious while making a turn. Hence, when turning your car, if you find an electric pole and tree on the side of the road, turn your car without raging into the object.

Not Sitting Properly

The right sitting position is truly essential when driving a car. Many experienced drivers even do not sit properly due to a lack of control and comfort. And that is one of the main reasons for increased accidents. Hence, keep your waist straight always when driving. And don’t forget to fasten your seat belt.


New drivers are not aware of the dangers caused by incorrect driving. They often violate traffic rules and play songs at full volume. Some drivers even talk on their cell phones when driving. Kindly avoid doing these! Any form of distraction can increase the chance of being involved in an accident.

Hence, to avoid any unwanted incident, it’s best to enrol your name in a reliable driving school, like us, to learn car driving. We have a team of highly trained instructors who will train you with the utmost care. And keep these things in mind to safeguard your life.

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30 Mar