Driving School

With head office in Sangre Grande, Dennis & Leela’s Defensive Driving school provides superior teaching techniques for the new driver.

Established in 1976, by Dennis & Leela Williams, we began with tuition for student drivers, but later in 1981, registered and joined the National Safety Council, World Safety Leaders.

In 1984, this company was not only registered, but authorized as a training centre for driver education programmes. Both Dennis & Leela have been accredited in the year 1975 by the Ministry of Works and Transport, Licensing Department as Professional Driving Instructors.

Unlike other driving schools, Dennis & Leela’s Defensive Driving School possess experience and was the first driving school in Trinidad and Tobago to prepare a reversing compound similar to that of the Licensing Department. With continued safety in mind, Mr. Williams was certified by the National Safety Council in 1984 to teach defensive driving as an approved N.S.C Driving Instructor. To date, Mr. Williams has taught members of several government agencies, countless employees of several companies and individual drivers in driver education throughout the length and breadth of Trinidad and Tobago.

At the beginning of the year 2008, Mr. Williams was honored and awarded the “International Instructor of the Year 2007” and “Instructor Trainer Status” by the National Safety Council at a banquet held in California, U.S.A. – which means he can now train persons interested in becoming D.D.C. Instructors.

Mr. Williams is presently on the management committee of the Trinidad & Tobago Automobile Association, is the Managing Director of Dennis & Leela’s Enterprises, and the chairman of the Sangre Chiquito Sai Centre & Spiritual Organization.

Dennis & Leela’s Defensive Driving School is a family operated business and all our clients receive personal attention which include our extensive knowledge in the driving field and exceptional customer service. We pride ourselves on our proven track record for effective driver education and continue to promote road safety.

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