Nebraska Safety Council Offers Online Teen Driver Ed, Drive Times in Multiple Locations
The Nebraska Safety Council (www.nesafetycouncil.org) is offering a hybrid teen driver-education learning experience. Students can get signed up and complete online classroom modules that meet the highest standards for internet education. Once it is safe for students and instructors to ride together, behind-the-wheel drive times will be available in Lincoln, in addition to Arlington, Beatrice, and Hastings.
The online course is structured to be completed in 60 days. Drive times will become available when state mandates regarding COVID-19 allow for them. The Nebraska Safety Council team has a detailed plan in place to ensure a safe, clean, controlled environment in the driver-education vehicles.
Scholarships are available for students who are on free/reduced lunch programs. If your family falls outside of qualifying or a parent/guardian has recently lost employment, support might still be available. Please call (402) 483-2511 ext. 113 for more information about scholarships.
The Nebraska Safety Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit headquartered in Lincoln. Their mission is to empower people to live safe and healthy lives. Learn more by contacting Lisa Henning at (402) 483-2511 ext. 109 / email@example.com or visit www.nesafetycouncil.org. Registration for online teen driving is available at bit.ly/teen_driver_ed.