Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
How DriveSafe is handling COVID-19
Update: Februrary 15, 2021
We are encouraged by the recent downward trend in COVID-19 cases and pleased that Colorado is making progress toward lessening and eventually eliminating the pandemic. At the same time, we recognize that COVID remains a serious threat, and that we must continue to follow safety protocols to help ensure the safety of our students and staff.
All DriveSafe locations are currently open for classes, driving lessons and license tests. Students who are not yet comfortable with live, in-center classes have the option of taking their classes via Zoom or via our self-paced online class (please note that students who opt for Zoom classes must complete all their classes in this format).
Students (and parents) entering DriveSafe centers are still required to wear face coverings. The same is true for students and instructors in DriveSafe vehicles. To allow for social distancing we continue to limit the number classroom students, as appropriate, by location. Finally, we conduct temperature checks for all driving and classroom students.
We are gratified that, despite the pandemic, Colorado families continue to recognize the critical importance of quality driver’s education in preparing new drivers to be safe and responsible behind-the-wheel. We are also thankful to our incredible instructors and staff, all of whom have consistently provided outstanding service in the face of very challenging circumstances.
Here’s to safe driving and bright futures.