The vast majority of New Day customers are preparing for the Point Grey road test, therefore I focus on the west side of Vancouver. New Day is just a one-person business (me, Perry) and I try to limit my driving time and distance between students. I definitely do not pick up students outside of the city of Vancouver.
When I first started my business, I serviced Vancouver, Richmond, and occasionally ventured off into Burnaby. Now that New Day has become established as the Point Grey road test expert, I try to stick to that part of Vancouver as much as possible. I do pick up students at their location, but as a general guideline, I will pick up west of Fraser Street. I do go into East Vancouver, but my availability there is extremely limited.
I do get students from outside of Vancouver, but I usually meet them at or near the Point Grey ICBC licensing office, or a convenient location such as the King Edward Canada Line station. King Edward station is a very quick drive from Point Grey.
If you are a learning driver, where you learn and practice is not overly important. But if you are preparing for the Point Grey Class 5 or Class 7 road test, I would highly recommend practicing in the road test area. For example, I recently assisted a client from East Vancouver who is preparing for the Point Grey Class 5 road test. I picked him up at home, spent thirty minutes driving to Point Grey, a little practice around there, and back home again. He got very little time learning the challenges that are unique to Point Grey. If you are specifically looking for help with the Point Grey road test, it would be much to your benefit to meet at or near the Point Grey ICBC.
I will be happy to help you prepare for the Point Grey road test. I can assist you if you have failed and need to get ready for your next attempt. If you are new to BC, I can help your prepare for the Point Grey Class 5 road test. But if you want to receive the best New Day service, meeting at or near Point Grey would definitely be to your advantage.