Youth Driver's Education/Adult Defensive Driving Classes
Youth driver's education classes and behind the wheel instruction.
Defensive Driving Classes for 55+ drivers
If you are 55 or older, save money on your car insurance premiums and become a better driver! MN law requires insurance companies to offer you a 10% reduction for 3 years if you complete the National Safety Council's Defensive Driving Course taught by professional, certified instructors. The 8 hour class is split over 2 days of classroom instruction-no driving test required. After completing this course and saving 10% for 3 years all you have to do is take the 4 hour refresher for further savings. You will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the class to turn into your insurance company for your discount. Attendance is mandatory at both sessions to complete the course. Pre-registration is required
When Registering- Please include your Name, Address, Phone Number, and birth date.
Drivers Education, both classroom and behind the wheel are conducted through the Community Education/Youth Service Office. See classes/details by clicking on Youth Driver's Ed above.
Behind the Wheel Instruction for obtaining your Driver’s License
If you took the driver's ed classroom thru New London-Spicer you are automatically registered for behind the wheel instruction.
If you did not take the classroom portion through NL-S you must register to be on the call list. Contact the Community Ed Office at 320-354-1406 to find out what is needed to register. Once you register we will call close to your 16th birthday to complete this portion of training before your driving test.
Students who take the Classroom at NL-S (automatically registered)
**Registration Fee: $20 (included in classroom fee) with balance of $240 when instruction starts.
Students with certificate of completion/Non NL-S Classroom Students
**Registration Fee: $60 with balance of $200 due when instruction starts.
**Registration Fees are Non-Refundable
We encourage students to drive several hours per week with their parents to make them more
comfortable behind the wheel.