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Alaska Driving School/Drivers Ed

As in most states, in Alaska, you can take driving school courses to help you improve your driving skills. Alaska driving school is available in all areas of the state, and if you live in a very remote area, you can also take classes online. Alaska driver education is the best way to keep the roads safe, so every new and experienced driver should consider it annually.

 

Drivers Education 

There are multiple Alaska driving school options. First, new drivers can take Alaska driver’s ed classes. These are made available through most high school, as well as your local Alaska DMV. Teen driving accounts for more accidents than most other types of driving, so driver’s ed classes can help keep new drivers (and others on the road) safe. Read more...

 

Drivers Ed Curriculum 

Alaska driver’s ed covers all of the skills needed as a new driver. This can include both classroom learning and on-the-road driving practice. Read more...

 

Driving School Locations 

Find a driving school in your area. Read more...

 

Online Drivers Ed 

If you live in a remote part of Alaska or are not able to attend conventional classes, you can check out Alaska online driving school instead. These classes are, of course, only covering the “classroom” part, but combined with parent-taught on-the-road training, they can be quiet effective. Read more...

 

Teen Driving 

Even though you don’t have to take an Alaska teen driving class to get your license, it is always a good idea. Many high schools require the classroom portion as part of their curriculum, and most offer an on-the-road portion that teens can take if they want. Why is this important though? Read more...

 

Alaska Parent Taught Drivers Ed

Driver’s ed is an important part of a new driver’s education. In Alaska, many parents choose to teach their teens the driving skills they need to get their license. While you can choose to talk a professional driving class, many believe that parent taught options are better. If your teen is getting his or her license soon, explore both parent taught driver’s ed and classroom driver’s ed to determine what is best for you and your child. Read more...

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