The Abbotsford Driving School has produced a video that has garnered a great deal of interest online.

VIDEO: Abbotsford Driving School receives attention with unique video

‘Trala’ - The Abbotsford Driving School’s lone video has compiled over 180,000 views

An Abbotsford-based driving school’s unique video has garnered significant attention on YouTube.

The aptly-named Abbotsford Driving School, which is located at 30711 Simpson Road, published the video back in 2013 and since then it has been viewed over 180,000 times.

The video, which contains excellent production values, begins inside the house of a couple. From there, the couple arrive at the Abbotsford Driving School complex where both the husband and wife proceed to register and take a test in order to receive a licence from the school.

Interspersed with music and dancing montages, the video ends with the satisfied couple hitting the open road in a truck after seemingly successfully completing the course.

The video has received 452 “thumbs up” and 61 “thumbs down” for YouTube users.

Michael Oliver, one of the many commenters on the video, asked “wat are they saying?”

YouTube user Ashok Hamal replied, “its just normal talking with husband and wife his husband is trailer driver in Canada and wife is want ride with him his trailer for long trip….”

The Abbotsford Driving School has received a 3.1 out of 5 ranking on Google Reviews.

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