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Drive Safely SA Resource and Education Center

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The City of San Antonio Municipal Court, in collaboration with the Transportation Department has opened the Drive SAfely SA Resource and Education Center.

This state-of-the-art facility is designed to provide these teens with the necessary resources to enhance their driving skills and ultimately obtain a driver's license.

The Center, funded in part by the Transportation Department's Vision Zero SA program, stands as a testament to the City's commitment to eliminating traffic-related fatalities and injuries while providing necessary courses designed to keep teenagers safer on our roads.

Key Features of the Drive SAfely Resource and Technology Center:

  • The center offers Texas Department of Public Safety online courses so that teenagers can get their driver’s license.
  • Interactive training with Vision Zero SA educators to cover essential topics such as safe driving practices, defensive driving techniques, and the dangers of distracted driving and driving under the influence.
  • Videos produced under the Vision Zero SA program are available at the center, offering valuable insights and guidance on responsible and safe driving behavior, as well as the specific challenges faced by young drivers, including distractions, alcohol-related issues, and other unsafe behaviors.

The Drive SAfely SA Resource & Education Center, located in the San Antonio Municipal Court (401 S Frio San Antonio, TX 78207), will be open Monday-Friday from 8am-4pm for walk-in services.

Anyone may utilize the facility to do research, review safe driving resources provided by Vision Zero SA, and access the Impact Texas Drivers classes offered through the Texas Department of Public Safety. An Impact Texas Drivers class is required for teen drivers to get their driver’s license.

The Municipal Court is also partnering with Reality Education for Drivers (RED) Program over the summer to offer classes on safe driving to people ages 15-25. The RED Program steers drivers toward safe driving habits; class dates/times and instructions on how to register can be found here.

For additional information or questions on the Drive SAfely SA Resource & Education Center and the RED Program you may call 210-207-8970.