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List of ODOT-Approved Driver Education Providers
ODOT-Approved providers deliver courses that are standardized and evaluated by the Oregon Department of Transportation. If your teen completes one of these courses, they may go to the DMV with their driver education certificate of completion and proof of 50 hours of practice time to take their driving test. Teens who do not complete an ODOT-Approved course must show proof of 100 hours of practice time before they can take their drive test.
Approved Driver Education Program FAQs
ODOT-Approved providers issue a course completion card that waives the Class C drive test at DMV for eligible students who are under 18 years of age when they complete the course. The completion card is valid for a test waiver at DMV for two years after issuance. Please check with the driver education provider to see if you are eligible for a completion card that waives the DMV test.
Low/No Income Subsidy Program
Student Driver Training Fund Information
Oregon DMV has a teen driving page with information about getting a permit or license. Manuals and forms are also available on the web page.
Oregon DMV Teen Driving webpage
ODOT Approved Driver Education Program General Complaint FormParent-Teen Vehicle Usage Agreement
Governors Highway Safety AssociationNational Highway Transportation Safety AdministrationNational Safety CouncilWe Don't Serve Teens
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