1. A person cleans their car window

    Keeping Your Car Clean During a Pandemic

    Oregon, just like the rest of the United States, has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. For many, it’s interrupted their lives, kept them from living life as usual, and has even had an impact on their driving habits. There’s an estimated 20% decline in the number of cars on the road nationw…Read More

  2. How to Avoid Auto Accidents

    Whether you’ve just started driving or you’ve been driving for years, it’s important to brush up on the skills that will help you to avoid auto accidents. While you probably do your best to avoid accidents, there are some proactive steps you can follow to protect yourself even more.   At Paci…Read More

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. The Top 4 Causes of Teen Caused Car Accidents

    According to a 2016 study by the Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention, teenagers (ages 15-19) made up roughly 6.5% of the driving-age population of the United States but accounted for just shy of 8.5% of total damages in auto accidents — a whopping $13.6 billion dollars worth.    In t…Read More

  7. Nervous For Your Drive Test? Here Are Some Tips

    When teenagers first begin to drive, there is a lot of excitement and possibility — they can drive to school themselves, drive to soccer matches, to friends houses on the weekends, to the mall. They first get behind the wheel and there may be some initial hesitations about being in control of such…Read More

  8. Fleet Driving Lessons For International Drivers

    Fleet vehicles make up a big part of the traffic on the roads, whether it’s delivery services, truck drivers, or salesmen who own company cars. What we may not realize is that a part of this traffic may be international drivers who aren’t familiar with U.S. traffic laws or other rules of the roa…Read More

  9. How to Safely Drive in Heavy Rains

    Oregon drivers are not strangers to the danger of heavy rains! Our driving school in Gresham makes sure that all of our students are taught the necessary skills to get safely through these nasty driving conditions. Whether it's your first time driving in heavy rains or you've been driving on Oregon…Read More