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**Please be advised: Transportation Safety Center will be CLOSED 12/21/18-1/1/19 in observance of University of New Mexico’s Winter Break. Business will resume on 1/2/19. We apologize for the inconvenience.** 

CORRESPONDENCE DRIVER EDUCATION

This option is available for students to apply for permission to enroll in correspondence driver education.

Request for Correspondence School Driver Ed Application PDF, Updated November 2018

APPROVED CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS

AA White Knuckles Institute Correspondence

A+ Correspondence School

Cordura Correspondence School

Driver Ed in a Box, LLC

ERA Correspondence

National Driver Training Institute

NM SPECIAL NEEDS DRIVING SCHOOLS

Driving to Independence

POSITIVE ALTERNATIVES TO UNDERAGE DRINKING FROM NMDOT

My Instead

THE PARTNERSHIP AT  DRUGFREE.ORG

Support and resources to prevent, intervene, get treatment, and recover from drug use.

NMAA LIFE OF AN ATHLETE

The New Mexico Activities Association, with the support of the New Mexico Department of  Transportation Traffic Safety Division and the assistance of the American Athletic Institute  has implemented the Life of An Athlete program because alcohol is the leading drug of abuse  among teens in our country today.  Statistics show that nearly 60% of all seniors and close  to 50% of all juniors report regular drinking activity.

NMAA Life of an Athlete

TEEN DRIVERS – A GUIDE TO NEW MEXICO’S GRADUATED LICENSE

Teen Drivers Guide to New Mexico’s Graduated License….Click here…

Questions regarding Correspondence Drivers Education contact information:

Essence Hand, Licensing Specialist
Phone: 505-277-0771
Email: ehand@unm.edu