Step 1: Register online.
Step 2: An AK Drive team member will contact you once the registration is received to confirm session date.
Step 3: Pay for session. An AK Drive team member will contact you by phone and email confirming your registration. You will complete permission paperwork at SERRC – 210 Ferry Way, Juneau AK 907-586-6806
Step 4: You will begin 30 credited hours of online course work and complete a final exam with an 80% or better. For an additional $15, high school students can receive a 1/2 credit for this course. This course work should be complete or nearly completed before the face-to-face classroom session begins.
Step 5: You will attend a one-time face-to-face classroom session with a State Certified Instructor.
Step 6: Schedule driving sessions with the State Certified Instructor. Each driving session will be between 1-2 hours for a total of 8 hours. The instructor will meet you at either the SERRC office, JDHS or TMHS.
Step 7: Driving simulators are available for extra driving practice, upon request. Contact the AK Drive team at 907-586-6806
Step 8: When you meet all Alaska DMV testing requirements, schedule a test with your local DMV office. For students, the AK Drive vehicle is available to use for testing. There is an additional fee.
- The Foundations of Safe Driving
- Signals, Signs and Markings
- Safe Driving Techniques
- Rules of the Road
- Knowing Your Car
- Starting & Stopping
- Parking, Braking and Turns
- Roadway Conditions
- Sharing the Road
- State Drivers Test Preparation
- Basic Techniques of Driving
- Defensive Driving Techniques
- High Traffic Driving Skills
- Parallel Parking (Including Downtown)
- Basic Winter Driving Skills (Including ABS Brakes)
- Road Rage & Aggressive Driving Precautions
- Drinking & Driving Facts and information
- Reckless Driving & The Law