Parents Guide to Drivers Ed in Colorado
In order to become a safe, responsible, and conscientious driver, your teen needs a world-class Colorado drivers education course that caters to their individual learning needs. I Drive Safely is committed to providing a course that you can trust, developed by expert driving instructors using the latest multimedia advancements for effective learning.
Our innovative online platform allows for targeted instruction to a greater range of learning styles – so whether your teen needs extra study time or breezes through their lessons, they're able to absorb the information they need.
Colorado Drivers Ed - Course Details
Our expert instructors have put together a Colorado drivers ed course that combines a flexible, adaptable platform with innovative multimedia teaching tools – all to give your teen every advantage when learning these crucial topics. Some of the course features they’ll enjoy include:
- 24/7 access to the course for maximum flexibility
- Self-paced chapters allow your teen to study at their own pace
- Your teen can take breaks whenever they need them
- Visual aids like graphics, videos, and slideshows make the material engaging
How Online Drivers Ed Works in Colorado
We believe that sitting in a classroom for hours on end is not conducive to a relaxed and effective study experience. By engaging your teen's interest and having them actively participate in their learning, we aim to increase your child's memory retention, thereby helping them remember and practice their safe driving skills long after the course is over.
We teach through a combination of text lessons, multimedia elements, and multiple-choice quizzes and exams. Each chapter of your teen's Colorado drivers ed course focuses on a single subject, allowing them to concentrate more efficiently and learn one topic at a time.
Once your teen passes their final exam, we'll issue a certificate of completion that acts as a "golden ticket" to their driver education permit. They will need to bring this to the Colorado DMV when they go to apply for their permit. In addition, they must pass a permit exam, a physical, and vision and hearing tests. After these are completed and your teen has their permit in hand, they can start focusing on practical behind-the-wheel training, utilizing the lessons they learned in their online Colorado drivers ed course.
From Driving Permit to Drivers License - We're Here to Help
This is a brand new experience for you as much as it is for your teen. We're here just as much for you as we are for them. That’s why our online Colorado drivers ed course comes with helpful resources for both of you to use, eliminating frustration and hassle.
Parent-Teen Driving Contract
Another great resource we provide is a free parent-teen driving contract. This is a downloadable PDF that establishes basic rules and consequences for your new driver. The goal of having a parent-teen driving contract with your son or daughter is to open up a dialogue between the two of you about what it means to be responsible and respectful of this new privilege. Creating ground rules can be tricky – what limitations should you set? What consequences should you enforce? How much freedom should your child have during these first few months and years of their driving career?
This contract will help you sort things out. Some of the topics you can expect to find in it include:
- What happens when curfew is broken
- Where your teen may/may not drive
- Vehicle maintenance
The parent-teen contract is completely editable, so feel free to add any other sections you feel are necessary. No matter what else you decide to include, it's essential that you gain your teen's approval on all items. This contract is designed to be a mutual agreement; it'll make things easier on both of you if you compromise and reach decisions together.
Got Questions? We’ve Got Answers
We want to give you the support you need in any capacity that we can. That's why our customer support team is available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – because a parent doesn't just work 8-hour days, and neither should we!
Call us at (800) 990-2814; TDD for the hearing impaired: 800.735.2929; or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.