1. Tips for Driving in the Woods

    The Pacific Northwest is packed full of beautiful wooded areas but driving in the woods can be dangerous. If you’re planning to check some of these places out, there are a few safety precautions to consider as visibility is low and the roads can be confusing to navigate. Here are our tips so that …Read More

  2. So You Want to Become a Driving Instructor?

    We are always on the lookout for quality instructors to add to our team at Pacific Driver Education in Gresham. Learning to drive is something that the vast majority of American youth will go through during their teenage years, and some of them will have better drivers-ed experiences than others. We…Read More

  3. What It’s Like to Drive in Other Countries

    What It’s Like to Drive in Other Countries You may have just gotten your U.S. Driver’s License, or are still in the process of going through driving school. Even if you’ve been a legally licensed driver for a while now, driving in other countries probably rarely crosses your mind.  Although w…Read More

  4. Keeping Your Car Clean is Easy With These Simple Tips

    You’ve just finished all of the classes at your local driving school in Gresham. You know how to drive safely and securely on the road. But that’s not why your friends are hesitating to get in your car when you offer them a ride. Instead, it might be that your car’s interior is something akin …Read More

  5. Simple Tips For Being a Better Driver

    For most Americans, driving is an everyday experience. Whether it’s to the office, the grocery store, or to a friend’s house, we use our cars to get all over the place. But just because it’s a common occurrence doesn’t mean that good driving skills are all that common. Driving skills, just l…Read More

  6. Aerial Rush Hour Traffic

    Easing the Tension of Rush Hour

    Depending on what time your responsibilities might begin in the morning, or what time they might end in the afternoon, rush hour can be a part of your everyday life (or at least several times a week)! Whether you have experienced it as a passenger, driver, or onlooker, rush hour traffic can be night…Read More

  7. Clean White Car

    Simple Tips To Keep Your “New” Car Clean

    Whether you are training for an upcoming driver’s test, celebrating the accomplishment of passing your exam, or just getting back out on the road for the first time in a while, you have a vehicle to accompany each journey with you! This car might be “used” as opposed to genuine “new” statu…Read More

  8. Winter Driving Tips For Teens

    Depending on the time of year that your teenage driver gets their license, they may or may not have had an opportunity to get to practice good winter driving habits. But regardless of whether or not they got that much needed cold weather driving practice, you can be certain that winter is coming. &n…Read More

  9. Caring For Your First Car

    It doesn’t matter how old you are when you get your very first car, it feels like your entire life has just blossomed like a butterfly from a cocoon. It doesn’t even really matter if your first car is a hand-me-down from another family member, a proud purchase that you saved for years to make, o…Read More

  10. 10 Tips For Beginning Drivers

    Driving a car looks pretty easy. I mean, there are those pedals on the floor for “stop,” and “go,” there is the wheel for turning, and you know you need to wear your seat belt. What else to it is there? The answer? A LOT!   Driving a car is one of the most complex mental and motor tasks…Read More