From Seaside to Baker City, St. Helens to Klamath Falls, Driver Ed instructors are holding classes. Many include a mix of online and in-person learning.
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Online learning has led ODOT to implement new guidelines for students and instructors. For example, students attending an online course must be visible to their instructor and actively participate in the learning process.
Be a hero! Driver Ed Instructors are still needed statewide. What’s it take to become one? A simple registration process, online and hands-on instruction and less than nine weeks of your time. Find out more now!
ODOT-approved driver ed course requirements have not changed due to the pandemic. Programs may have changed the way they deliver instruction, but students still get the learning they need to be safer drivers.
Challenging times or not, Driver Ed is still making safer drivers and giving parents some peace of mind. Teens who take Driver Ed have a 57% lower rate of traffic convictions and can save up to 15% a year on car insurance. So stay on track to become a better, safer driver and sign up for Driver Ed today!Visit the Official ODOT Driver Ed Page »