Memo to the 'drive wise' driving school of Milton: time to update your curriculum.
Or to give your instructor who was in a black Mazda 323 sedan with a young female student heading south on Highway 25 approaching Highway 401 at around 2:30 p.m. this past Sunday a whack upside the head.
First, you should instruct all your students to always switch on their headlights, all the time - but especially on dark, drizzly days like this one, and in a black car, because the Daytime Running Lights do not turn on the taillights.
Second, you really should teach your students to obey perhaps the most important 'Rule of the Road' - Drive Right. The highway expands to two lanes each way once past James Snow Parkway. I gave your student plenty of time and room to move to the right lane, but she made no effort to do so. Yes, that dark gray Porsche 911 Targa that passed you on the right was me. Your students should know that passing on the right IS legal; BEING passed on the right means you are violating at least two provisions of Ontario's Highway Traffic Act.
It's never too early to teach new drivers good habits.