Our next drivers ed class will be in February 2023.
Look of the signup form here at the beginning of January 2023.
Montana's school districts offer quality state-approved driver education that includes traffic safety, parent/guardian involvement, and Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL). The Traffic Education Unit approves instructors and school-based programs to ensure Montana standards and requirements are met. Teens who successfully complete a state-approved driver education course in Montana have at least:
60 hours of traffic education instruction including 6 hours of behind-the-wheel in-traffic instruction.
A minimum of 25 days of instruction taught by a state-approved traffic educator.
The opportunity to study for and take the Learner License knowledge exam and receive a Learner License during the traffic education course.
Online driver education courses are not approved.
Students must be 14 1/2 years old at the start of class. Typical classes last 6 weeks. Classes are before school and drives are after school and weekends. The cost of the course is $270. Lincoln County High School offers 3 sessions throughout the year. The Fall session begins in September, Spring Session begins in February, and Summer Session starts in May.
Montana Driver Manual
Montana Driver Manual - Click here to download the most recent version of the Montana Driver Manual
Drivers Education Links
MVD Appointment Scheduling - Click here to make appointment to receive your restrictive license.
GDL Factsheet and Driving Log - Click here to download the log sheet to track your supervised driving.
What To Take To DMV - Ready for your restrictive license? Click here to find out what to take with you to drivers license station.
Montana Department of Transportation
Montana Traveler Information
Montana Road Conditions and Cameras
Montana OPI Drivers Education Program