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Mr. Tim Danter, President, All Dominion Driver
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All Dominion Driver
882 Fairway Road North
N2A0C2  Canada
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905 330-1596 (Phone)
DI / DE- Driver Instructor / Educator
  Driver Education
  Clinical Driver Assessment, Driver’s education, Driver Screening, Eval/training: mechanical gas, brake, steering control, Eval/training: powered gas/brake systems, Sedan: Behind the Wheel eval/training
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Tim Danter has been the head driving instructor and panel expert/judge on Discovery Canada’s hit show Canada’s Worst Driver since season 8 (2012). Tim Danter has been passionate about road safety and road safety education for over 30 years. Tim became a Certified Driving Instructor in 1987 and went to work for Young Drivers of Canada, focusing on training within the novice driving market. In 1989 Tim became a Certified In-Class Instructor and quickly excelled at training in front of a large group of people. In 1990, Tim purchased the YDC franchise for which he had started his career. Tim and his team have trained well over 25,000 new drivers in the Halton Region. Tim has been a Senior/Regional Supervisor Driving Instructor within the YDC organization, where he was not only instrumental in helping the continuous evolvement of their curriculum, but he also aided in the development of other YDC Instructors. Tim left the YDC organization in 2008 and joined the DriveWise team. It is where Tim took the novice program to a new level incorporating new technology to the learning platform, through the advancement of driving simulators. This opened a new market for Tim, specifically commercial vehicles and emergency responders.

Tim grew his expertise is in the training and development of adult drivers finding a need within the commercial sector as well as with senior drivers. In the past 15 years, Tim has turned his focus towards the specialty areas of motor vehicle crash clients. It included retraining clients to return to driving with anxiety, hand controls, PTSD, and head injuries.

Tim joined ADED (The Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialists) in 2012 to gain a more solid foundation for the specialty driver training industry. Tim has also been the lead in-car instructor with the University of Western’s study on driving and M.S. and the in-car instructor for a semester with the University of Western's School of Occupational Therapy for their program and OT’s entering into the Driver Assessment field. Tim has been on the Mayor’s special committee to combat impaired driving as well as the road safety committee. Most recently, Tim has joined the Professional Development Committee with ADED, which is developing the criteria for driving instructors to obtain micro badges, credentials within the ADED organization. As well, Tim has been the vice president for the ADED Ontario Chapter since 2018.

Tim’s addition credentials include the following: Vehicle Accident Investigation, Supervisor Instructor, Canada Safety Council, Highway Traffic Act course, Health and Safety for drivers and Private Investigator.
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