Traffic crashes are the number one cause of death for teens age 16 to 19, accounting for more teen deaths than the next three causes combined. Driver education is proven to reduce crash rates. In fact, teens who are supported by adults and who train with professionals are up to 70% less likely to be involved in a serious injury or fatality crash. With numbers like these, it is imperative that we enroll teenagers in a professional driver training course.
NCSD Community Service and top-rated Driving School ODEC is offering classes year around. The ODOT approved classes include 30 hours of classroom training, 12 hours of in-car training, an ODOT Certificate upon successful completion. A permit is required before signing up for the class. It is also recommended that some prior driving experience is needed. Complete details and information can be located on the ODEC web site home page.
You can get directly to the ODEC registration page by clicking here.
If you have any questions about registering for Driver Education, please call 1-503-581-3783