Registration is now open for TCSO’s next Teen Driving course on March 30th.


This free program is designed to train teenage drivers to avoid deadly traffic crashes through a variety of advanced driving skills, such as defensive driving techniques and evasive maneuvers. This is not a typical drivers ED class. Teen drivers will drive sections of the same driving course taught to law enforcement officers in Oklahoma CLEET Law Enforcement Driver Training (LEDT), but at slower speeds.

Along with covering your teen’s vehicle’s automobile operations, it also teaches young drivers life-saving skills such as the proper way to safely maneuver corners, brake during emergencies and recover from a skid.

The course is designed for teens between the ages of 16 to 19. Drivers must bring their own vehicles. Participants must live at an address in Tulsa County and must have their full driver’s license for at least six months to be eligible.

Upon successful completion, drivers will receive a certificate showing participation in the course. This may be given to the driver’s/parent’s insurance representative for a possible reduction in auto insurance cost.

When: March 30, 2024, from 8 – 4pm; free lunch provided, along with a free t-shirt

Where: The Ranger Arena at the Tulsa County Fairgrounds; 8145 E 16th CtTulsaOklahoma

TCSO’s teen driving course program started in 2023. This will be the third time the class has been hosted by the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office.