Parent webinar and resources for teaching children with ADHD how to drive.
Students are expected to come prepared to participate. That means they should:
be well rested
not be impaired by drugs or alcohol
have their glasses or contact lenses
have their permit
be open and receptive to driving instruction
Any student who (in the opinion of the instructor) appears to be impaired or otherwise unprepared will not be allowed to participate in the behind-the-wheel session and will be charged a rescheduling fee.
There is no fee for cancelling drives or VR sessions more than 24 hours in advance. Cancelling within 24 hours takes that driving opportunity away from other students and impacts the instructor schedule as well. We have a late cancellation fee based on each activity and the impact to the scheudle.
We strive to make everyone happy and we hope that if you have a concern you bring it to us. If you feel that we haven't been responsive to your issue or you feel that the state should be notified about our response please follow these steps:
Send a letter documenting your grievance to:
DMV Driver Programs
1905 Lana Ave. NE
Salem, Oregon 97314
Please include the following information:
Home phone number:
Cell phone number:
Date of event:
Nature of the grievance including a description of the incident and names of individuals involved:
You should receive a response/phone call within 48 hours (2 business days) to discuss your concerns. A formal letter will be drafted outlining any concerns and mailed to the Driver Training School for their records and a copy mailed to you for your records. Attempts will be made to correct the problem/issue and you will be notified of the results of your initial concern/issue.