• Parent Resources

     

    Parent/Guardian Awareness Class on Teen Driver Safety

    This 90-minute class for the parents/guardians of teen drivers is designed to increase parental awareness and involvement with teen driving issues in order to further reduce teen involved traffic crashes, injuries, and fatalities and to explain the Minnesota graduated driver licensing process. Completion of this course allows the parent/guardian and teen driver to complete 40-hours of supervised driving instead of 50-hours. A certificate of completion will be issued to the parent/guardian at the end of the class that will need to be submitted to the driver exam staff at the time of the student's road test. The certificate is valid for one teen; for subsequent teens who complete a driver education program, another parent class is required.

    Click here for available classes and to register.

     


    Getting to Know Your Car 

    $30; Course #2540

    Whether you are a new or experienced driver, learn the basics of car maintenance and what is under the hood.  Topics include checking and replacing vehicle fluids, checking tire tread depth and pressure, how to change a tire, how to jump start a car, and more.  A portion of this class will be outside; dress for the weather.  

    Click here for available classes and to register.

    Students who enroll in this class within 1 year of completing the Driver Education course with St. Paul Community Education will receive 10% off the course fee!  Call 651-744-5094 to receive the discount.

     


    DPS Brochures

    More information from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety:

       Teens Behind the Wheel

       Teen and Parent Driving Contract

       Teen Driver Road Rules

       New Teen Driver Laws

     


    On the Move!  Traffic Safety Tips for Teens

    Click here for AAA's quick guide to important traffic safety issues for teen drivers.

     


    Winter Driving Tips

    Review winter driving tips from the Minnesota Safety Council.

     


    Teens, Technology, and Drugs

    Read the article from AAA regarding teen drug use and driving.