1. What To Look For In Driver’s Ed Classes In Oregon

    Certified Instructors When you’re ready to enroll in driver’s ed classes here in Oregon, either for yourself or for a loved one, the first thing you need to consider are the instructors. In addition to being easy to work with and thoroughly trained in driver’s education, the driving instructor…Read More

  2. Tips for Avoiding Road Rage

    According to recent statistics from the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA), 66% of traffic fatalities are caused by aggressive driving and road rage. As tragic as these statistics are, the real tragedy is that all incidences of road rage are avoidable. It’s simply a matt…Read More

  3. 6 Must Have Automotive Technologies for Safer Driving

    Decades ago, when automotive driving technologies were relatively simple, the decisions consumers had to make about which features to choose in order to remain safe in their vehicles were simple too. People back then had to decide, for example, whether or not to add airbags, ABS brakes, etc to their…Read More

  4. 6 Tips for Safer Spring Driving

    The transition from winter to spring can be challenging for many motorists. After all, wind, rain, potholes and other obstacles can suddenly reappear at a moment’s notice. What this means is that spring should also be a time when drivers adjust their habits in order to fit the season. With that in…Read More

  5. Guidelines for Sharing the Road with Motorcyclists

    Spring has arrived this month after what has been a fairly moderate winter for most of us. (The notable exception to this unusually restrained winder was of course blizzard “Stella” which inundated the northeast with incapacitating snowfalls.) And as happens every spring, many motorists will see…Read More

  6. Essential Elements of an Effective Fleet Safety Program

    Fleet driver safety training is the most cost efficient way to increase any company’s productivity and ensure public and driver well being.  Any smart business person who handles large teams of drivers traveling the highways and interstates of this country knows this.  So what are some the essen…Read More

  7. Driving School: It’s the Safest Option

    On the fence about whether to send your teen to an Oregon drivers education course or just teach them yourself? I get it, the extra expense, time and effort is enough to deter you; but the truth is, in the end it’s all worth it because your teen—and all the other drivers on the road—will be mu…Read More

  8. Oregon Drivers Education-Prepare Your Teen

    Is your teenager prepared for all of the variables that await him or her on the open road? You hope the answer to that question is yes, but how can you be sure? When you enroll your teens in one of our Oregon drivers education programs you can sleep tight at night knowing that we are arming them wit…Read More

  9. Don’t be a Marg: Driving Skills to Last a Lifetime

    Let me tell you a little story about a friend of mine’s daughter, let’s call her Marg… When Marg was a teenager getting ready to take her DMV road test she looked at the bare-minimum requirements of test-taking eligibility. She spent a few hours in a classroom before getting her permit and the…Read More

  10. 3 Things You Need to Know About School Zones

    As students go back to school this fall, there are some things every driver in Oregon should know. School speed zones are strictly enforced because a speed of 20 mph saves lives. You should also be aware that School Speed zones have three different designations in Oregon. (See accompanying photo) Pe…Read More