Texas Parent Taught Driver Education Log Sheet
Part of the requirement for the Parent taught drivers ed course in Texas is that the designated parent or legal guardian must maintain the driver education log sheet.
The log sheet contains a list of driving objectives that the parent/instructor covers with their teen student.
As the student driver completes the behind-the-wheel driving objectives on the log sheet, the parent instructor will sign off indicating the student has completed the objectives.
The log sheet comes in the Course 101 packet sent by TDLR to each student enrolled in a parent taught course. If you have misplaced your log sheet, you can download the parent taught driver education log sheet here from the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation website.
It’s imperative to properly maintain your log sheet, as it is one of the critical pieces of documentation you will have to present to your local DPS office when your teen applies for their Texas drivers license.