Our Oregon DOT approved Distracted Driving Avoidance Course (DDAC) is 100% online on any device and also available in-person at our Clackamas and North Portland locations. This is a court-recommended training course where an Oregon judge may recommend that a driver complete the course if it is the first citation for using a mobile electronic device while operating a vehicle, and it did not contribute to a collision. Take the course today!
The Oregon's Distracted Driving Law (ORS 811.507), forbids holding or using electronic device while operating a motor vehicle (even while stopped at a stop sign or traffic signal) - Effective date October 1, 2017.
This presentation has been approved by ODOT to meet the requirements of Oregon Law (ORS 811.507) for a qualified distracted driving course. Proof of completion of this course may be used to offset fines associated for first time offenders of Oregon’s Distracted Driving Law. **Check with your court to ensure this option applies**
The material presented will provide overwhelming evidence of the dangers involved with distracted driving along with the types of distracted driving, and preventing distracted driving. This training will take about 2 hours to complete including the knowledge proficiency exam. Proof of completion requires an exam score with a minimum passing grade of 80% (Of the 15 multiple choice questions asked, you will be allowed up to 3 incorrect answers for a passing grade).
- Online Course: Our hassle-free online course is available 24/7 - just need internet on any device
- Classroom (watch video): Don't have internet access? This training is in person to watch training video at either of our two Portland area locations
- Online video option requires the following:
- In person video class by appointment only and generally offered Monday through Friday, 8am to 2pm (2 hr training plus quiz).
This course is approved by ODOT for all Oregon Counties, including Linn County, Lane County, Deschutes County, Jackson County, Benton County, Polk County, Marion County, Clackamas County, Multnomah County, Washington County, Tillamook County, Lincoln County, Ontario County and others.