About Your Oklahoma Drivers Ed
Any teen at least 15 1/2 years old can begin working toward their Oklahoma learner's permit with our fun, easy, state-approved course! Our Parent-Taught Drivers Ed Oklahoma course meets the state-mandated 30 hour length, and satisfies all requirements to get you on your way toward independence.
With short, subject-based chapters and fun interactive multimedia, you'll learn your material quickly and easily without any stress or pressure. Work through the 30 hours at whatever pace you wish, and take as many breaks as you need - we'll save your work for you every time. Some of the things you'll learn in the 8 units include:
- Night driving
- Driving in various weather
- Road signs and signals
- Defensive driving techniques
- Freeway driving
- Merging and lane changing
- Hazard prevention methods
After you watch the videos, animations, and graphics that make up each unit, you'll take a quick multiple-choice quiz, which will help prepare you for your final exam. But don't worry - the exam allows unlimited retakes, so passing your Parent-Taught Drivers Ed Oklahoma course is GUARANTEED! You also get a free 50-Question Practice Exam that will fully prepare you for your written test at the Oklahoma DPS. Take it as many times as you want and track your progress!
We'll Help You Get Your Permit
Wondering about how to get your permit in Oklahoma? We've gathered all of the steps to take and paperwork to bring in one easy location, for you to print and take with you to the DPS. Visit our Path to License page for everything you'll need and learn the easy way how to get your permit in Oklahoma!
Perfect for the Conscientious Parent
Your biggest concern is your child's safety - and that's our biggest priority! Our course gives your teen the tools they'll need to make responsible choices on the road, and be the safe driver you know they can be. We're also here to help YOU, and we've provided resources to get you through this sometimes stressful period. Our free Parent-Teen Driving Contract gives you a way to establish boundaries and make sure expectations are always met, and our Parents Page gives you some helpful tips on how to guide your child and be a supportive, nurturing coach as they're learning to drive.
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How Long Will This Take?
Even though most courses are timed it's still faster than you might think.