The Missouri Safety Center offers summer Teen Driver Education
programs and teens are highly encouraged to attend. While
Driver’s Education courses are not mandatory in Missouri, teenagers and
new drivers will benefit from all of the supplemental instruction that
is available to them.
Driver’s Education, sometimes referred to as Driving School, is a
series of classes taught by certified Driver’s Education instructors
and is meant to prepare teens and new drivers for the Missouri written
and behind-the-wheel driving tests. While Driver’s Education is
not mandatory in Missouri, it is highly recommended for teen drivers.
Drivers Ed Benefits
Driver’s Education will prepare new drivers for the written and
driving test in Missouri. Rules of the road and traffic signs
comprise a large portion of the Missouri driver’s license test, and it
is a good idea to ensure that you are well-versed in these areas before
attempting either the written or driving portion of the test. Read more...
Drivers Ed Curriculum
Missouri Driver’s Education courses cover road signs, road rules and
general driving behavior. Students will have the opportunity to
practice driving and earn credit towards their required 20 hours of
behind-the-wheel experience. Because it is regulated by Missouri Safety
Center, a strong emphasis is placed on driver safety in Driver’s Ed
courses. Read more...
Online Drivers Ed
An online Driver’s Education course is an excellent choice for
students who do not have the time or means by which to attend a
physical location for their supplemental instruction. Learn from
the comfort of your own home, 24 hours-a-day, 7 days-a-week at times
that are convenient for you. Read
Driving School Locations
Find a driving school in your area. Read more...
Statistics consistently show that teen drivers are at risk for
traffic accidents. This is why all teenagers should be encouraged
to take advantage of all of the courses available to them. Read