1. 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

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. Why Drive With Ed?

    If you already have your driver’s license, do you remember how you learned how to drive? Who taught you how to drive? Many of the people already on the road learned how to drive from either of their parents, and they still remember feeling frustrated when a parent slammed on the imaginary passenge…Read More

  5. 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

  6. 5 Ways Private Driving Lessons Make You A Better Driver

    First, They Increase Your Confidence Level When you’re able to work directly with a professional driving instructor, you have someone on your side who is highly experienced and has been chosen for this job because of his or her temperament and ability to remain calm during potentially stressful si…Read More

  7. Tips on Being a Defensive Driver

    In a previous blog, we discussed ways to improve your confidence in the car. To go along the same theme, this blog is going to dive into defensive driving. As you become more and more familiar, comfortable, and confident in your driving skills, defensive driving is another mode of thinking you can m…Read More

  8. Tips on Being a Confident Driver

    Right now, if you’re just learning how to drive, it’s scary. You’re in complete control of a moving vehicle that weighs somewhere around 4,000 pounds (depending on the vehicle, of course). Driving gives whole new meaning to staying in the lines, doesn’t it? Not only do you have to steer the …Read More

  9. ‘Hit-and-run’ Law Clarified Duties of Drivers

    Imagine driving along, listening to the music on your radio, and all of a sudden you hear a thud and your car jumps a bit. You didn’t see anything in the road, so you simply keep driving. Anyone who has been in a car accident, however severe, knows it can be stressful and overwhelming, making it d…Read More

  10. Top Safety Items To Keep In Your Car At All Times

      We’re all guilty of having bare spaces in the trunks of our cars where there should be emergency items. Sometimes, it’s out of procrastination, and other times, it’s out of pure naivety. At Pacific Driver Education LLC in Gresham, Ore., safety is a top priority taught in our driving lessons…Read More