Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

How DriveSafe is handling COVID-19

Update: August 7, 2020

DriveSafe Families,

We hope that you have stayed safe this summer and perhaps even found time for enjoyment during these most challenging times.

As we begin the transition to the back-to-school season, we want to keep you updated on our plans and procedures for keeping our students safe as we continue to be Colorado’s most trusted driving school:

Students planning to begin their driver’s education in the coming months will have several options to best fit their needs. They can take their classes live in-center, live online via Zoom, or online via our self-paced course. Students and teachers are required to wear masks while in our DriveSafe centers. Because our live classes will continue to be limited in size to maintain social distancing, be sure to enroll early to guarantee your student’s place in the classroom.

To view our class schedules, click HERE.

Our in-car activities, driving lessons, Defensive Skills Days, and license tests are all actively taking place. Given the high demand for each of these activities, please try to book your time as far in advance as possible. To promote safety, students and driving instructors are required to wear masks, and our vehicles are sanitized between lessons.

When you arrive at a center for a class, driving lesson or test, please observe the following safety protocols:

  1. When arriving at a center, open the door and announce your name.
  2. Once acknowledged, please wait outside until invited in.
  3. Wear a mask while in the center
  4. Students taking permit tests should bring their own pencil and photo id.

Stay healthy, and we look forward to seeing you soon.


Ben Baron

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The behind the wheel experience includes:

  • A basic skills refresher (identifying and addressing any bad habits)
  • Defensive skills maneuvers
  • Parking lot skills – ability to safely navigate into tight spots by using mirrors without over-relying on new technologies
  • Any additional skills that are required for your organization (e.g., pulling trailers)


The classroom experience includes:

  • Safety driving principles
  • Defensive driving techniques (vehicle control and crash avoidance skills)
  • Driver attitude and responsibility
  • Distracted driving awareness
  • A refresher of the rules (most drivers have not been tested since they were 15)
  • A chance to introduce the rules that are “new” to experienced drivers


Your customized plan will:

  • Set expectations for your employees
  • Demonstrate your company’s commitment to a safe work environment
  • Reduce liability
  • Reflect your company’s priorities and particular requirements