Your big day is finally here! If you're between the ages of 15 and 18, you can start the process of getting your Texas driver's permit. The first step on your path to ultimately earning your driver's license is to sign up for a driver's education course.
The Texas DPS requires Driver's Ed in Texas to last 32 hours. Lucky for you, we offer a 100% online course that allows you the freedom to study and learn on your own time, and still meet all the Texas DPS Driver's Ed requirements.
You can feel confident when you take your online Texas Driver's Ed with I DRIVE SAFELY. Approved by the Department of Public Safety (DPS) statewide, this parent-taught course meets the required course hours and is exactly what you need to complete your driver's education and get your driving permit in Texas. Once you start your course, you can apply for your learner's permit after you complete the first 6 hours of the course.
You don't have to sacrifice your time and dedicate your schedule to a boring classroom just to get your driving permit. With our Texas DPS-Approved online Driver's Ed course, you have the freedom to study and learn whenever and wherever you want with any Internet connection.
Your Texas Driver's Education online course is designed to help you prepare for the official DPS test. The online course is divided into 12 chapters and takes a total of 32 hours. Each chapter concludes with a 10-question quiz, which you can retake until you get a passing score of 80%.
After you've completed your second chapter, you will be asked to apply for your permit. Once you apply and your parent gets their instruction log, you'll be able to fill in your permit number and keep moving forward. The course concludes with a 50-question final exam, and you'll need to get 80% correct to pass. By the time you finish your final, you'll be confident and ready to pass at the DPS!
Once you pass your final exam, we'll process your certificate of completion the same day. It will be mailed out to you immediately, for FREE! And if you want it quicker, you can choose an upgraded shipping option.
Be sure you hang on to your course completion certificate; you'll need it in 6 months when you apply for your driver's license. In addition to completing the 32-hour Driver's Ed course in Texas, you're also required to log 50 hours of behind-the-wheel training. Once you've done that, and you're at least 16 years old, you are ready to head down to the DPS and take your behind-the-wheel test to earn your Texas driver's license!