Driver Education

Did you know . . . 

  • Nearly 1 in 4 Idaho crashes involve a teen driver
  • 37 Idaho teen drivers were involved in fatal crashes last year
  • Idaho teen drivers are nearly 3 times as likely to be involved in a crash than any other age group
  • Less than half of Idaho teens take Driver Education
  • Participation in Driver Education classes has proven to reduce the number of crashes and deaths involving teen drivers
  • Is your student ready for Driver Education?

Driver's Education:


Driver's Ed Session 1 is FULL please see the schedule below for future dates. 



Limited to 15 participants 

2018/2019 Driver's Ed Schedule


SESSION 1:
September 7-23
Classes:
Friday-Saturday-Sunday 8:00-11:20 a.m.
Online registration: 
8/31/18 - 8:00-10:30 a.m.
Mandatory Parent meeting: 9/5/18
Student enrollment up to 15
Cost:$180.00

SESSION 2:
October 19-November 4th
Classes:
Friday-Saturday-Sunday 8:00-11:20 a.m.
Online registration: 
10/12/18 - 8:00-10:30 a.m.
Mandatory Parent meeting: 10/17/18
Student enrollment up to 15
Cost:tbd


SESSION 3:
January 18-February 3, 2019
Classes:
Friday-Saturday-Sunday 8:00-11:20 a.m.
Online registration: 
1/11/19 - 8:00-10:30 a.m.
Mandatory Parent meeting: 1/16/19
Student enrollment up to 15
Cost:tbd

SESSION 4:
May 31-June 16, 2019
Classes:
Friday-Saturday-Sunday 8:00-11:20 a.m.
Online registration: 
5/24/19 from 8:00-10:30 a.m.
Mandatory Parent meeting: 5/29/19
Student enrollment up to 15
Cost:tbd
Schedule(s) subject to change:


(Calendar schedule is subject to change, and the driving schedule is TBD)


Cost: TBD

All driver ed students will need the Idaho Driver's Manual for class. It is free from the DMV.  

 

Permit Cost: $21.50 to be paid to DMV prior to class starting

You will need these documents to purchase a permit:

  • Birth Certificate

  • Social Security Card

  • Proof of Residency

  • Picture Identification

  • Verification of Compliance Form

    • Retrieve from your high school administrative office

All students, 14 1/2 – 21 years of age, living in a public school district that offers driver education, are eligible to enroll whether they attend a public school, charter school, private school, or are home schooled (Idaho Code §33-1703).

If you are eligible for Driver Education, you must:

1. Contact your local high school to enroll in either a traditional or online program.

2. Purchase a driver education permit at the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). The permit must be purchased before the student participates in any instruction. You will need these documents to purchase a permit:

  • Birth Certificate

  • Social Security Card

  • Proof of Residency

  • Picture Identification

  • Verification of Compliance Form

    • Retrieve from your high school administrative office

3. Complete 30 hours of classroom instruction or work time, 6 hours of behind the wheel instruction, and 6 hours of active back seat observation (ID Code §33-1702(2)).


A parent or legal guardian must accompany you to the DMV.


http://www.theparentssuperviseddrivingprogram.com/