Driver Training

Driver Training

ODOT Approved and Teen Driver Education
This class provides teens and adults with the best possible driving instruction, both in the classroom and behind-the-wheel. The non-credit, ODOT approved course will prepare students to successfully pass the licensing test and be life-long safe and responsible drivers. The course includes classroom hours, plus 6 hours behind-the-wheel and 6-12 hours of in-car observation. The behind-the-wheel instruction and in-car observation are scheduled outside of the classroom times and might extend past the last day of class.

To register, call 888-553-7483. Classes are held at Lane's Downtown Campus.

AARP Smart Driver Course
Since its inception in 1979, AARP Driver Safety has covered defensive driving techniques, rules of the road, normal changes in vision, hearing, and reaction time - including ways to compensate for these changes. Open to all ages and to non- AARP members. Participants age 55+ may qualify for insurance discounts. The cost is $20, with a $5 discount to AARP members. There are no tests. (SAI Course)

To register, click on the link below to view dates, locations, and phone numbers.

AARP class dates and locations

Motorcycle and Scooter Driving Classes
Lane Community College's motorcycle courses are offered in cooperation with TEAM OREGON, a nationally recognized leader in motorcycle rider safety and skills training. TEAM OREGON offers motorcycle rider safety and skills training to riders of all levels of ability. You can learn to ride, earn your motorcycle endorsement or take your skills to the next level. The course instruction and coaching will help you to ride safer, smarter and more skillfully.

Basic Rider Training (BRT)
Mandatory for riders under 21.

Intermediate Rider Training (IRT)
Available to all riders 21 and older.

Rider Skills Practice (RSP)
Available to riders 16 and with a motorcycle endorsement.

BRT and IRT meet Oregon's mandatory training requirement for riders age 60 and under. Riders 61 and older are welcome to attend. Find complete training and licensing information, course schedules and register online at the TEAM OREGON website.

If you need additional assistance or information, call (800) 545-9944.