Drivers Education Resources
Driver's Education Resources refer to a collection of materials, tools, and information designed to help individuals learn how to drive safely and obtain their driver's license.
America Driver and Traffic Safety Education Association (ADTSEA)
The ADTSEA (American Driver and Traffic Safety Education Association) is dedicated to improving driver and traffic safety education. The organization provides many driver education resources for teachers, students, and parents.
The ADTSEA website also provides access to research, statistics, and driver safety and education news. The resources are designed to help individuals learn safe driving practices, develop responsible driving behaviors, and meet state requirements for obtaining a driver's license.
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is a regulatory agency within the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) responsible for ensuring commercial motor vehicle safety. The FMCSA website provides information and resources for commercial drivers, including the requirements for obtaining and maintaining a commercial driver's license (CDL).
The website offers a comprehensive guide to the CDL process, including the types of CDLs available, the qualifications and training required, and the steps involved in obtaining a CDL.
Florida Virtual School (Students in Florida K-12 Schools)
The Florida Virtual School (FLVS) is a statewide public school district that offers online courses for K-12 students in Florida. The FLVS website provides an online driver's education course that meets the state's requirements for obtaining a learner's permit.
The course covers traffic laws, defensive driving techniques, and road safety. Students can access the course materials online and complete them independently.
Homeschool.com is a website that provides information and resources for homeschooling families. The website offers a comprehensive guide to homeschool drivers' education requirements in each state, including information on minimum age requirements, permit and license requirements, and required coursework.
The site links state-specific resources, such as state driver's manuals and online driver's education courses, and resources for homeschooling parents to create their own driver's education curriculum.