IT’S FUN AND EASY ONLINE
In order to get your driving learner’s permit,you must first complete a driver training course, but the idea of spending any more of your time in a classroom probably makes you cringe. This is why we have designed driver’s education courses that satisfy all the necessary requirements, but you can do them all online.
You can access your driver education course from any computer that is connected to the Internet, so you can work on it from wherever is convenient for you. For a downloadable step-by-step guide to getting your learner’s permit, check out: "How to Get Your Learner’s Permit."
YOU CALL THE SHOTS
Since this driver learner’s permit course is all web-based, there is no teacher there to tell you what to do and when to do it. You know what works best for you better than anyone else does, so we let you make all the decisions. When you work on this course, where you study and for how long is all in your hands, so you can decide what works best for you.
DRIVER EDUCATION FOR TEENS COURSE OFFERS:
REGISTER IN MINUTES
You can sign up for this driving learner’s permit course in just a couple of minutes, so you get to start working on it the very same day. You will pick a username and password for your account when you register for the course, so you can log in from any location you want and always be able to work on your course.
FUN IN EVERY UNIT
There are 8 units in this drivers education course,and each one is loaded with entertaining features. The videos and animations ensure that you have some fun while you learn. Most driver education courses tend to be boring and time-consuming, so we make sure that getting your learner’s permit is enjoyable.
APPLYING FOR THE FIRST TIME
Once you’ve completed your driver education course, you’ll have to head on down to the DMV to get your driving learner’s permit. It doesn’t matter if you took the classroom course, an online course, or parent-taught driver’s education – the next steps are all the same.
STATE AND AGE REQUIREMENTS
The minimum age requirement when applying for a learner’s permit varies from state to state:
STEPS TO TAKE
To get your driving permit, you’ll have to provide the following:
From there, it’s simply a matter of passing the written and behind-the-wheel driving tests. Don’t worry, the permit practice tests you took in driver’s education have prepared you for this day. Some states require you to pass a vision exam, some require a thumb print. Again, each state has its own laws. Once you’ve completed all that your state requires, you’re ready to drive!
FIRST YEAR RESTRICTIONS
Keep in mind that because a driver’s permit is not a full-fledged license, most states place certain restrictions on what you can and can’t do. Typical restrictions tend to limit the hours that you can drive, and the number or ages of passengers in your car. Statistics have shown that teen drivers’ accident rates skyrocket when driving late at night, or with multiple passengers in the car. These restrictions are set up specifically to protect the new driver and provide them with some experience and familiarity behind the wheel before allowing them to drive under riskier circumstances.
Learning to drive—safely—can seem like a chore at times. But learning how to do it right the first time helps to ensure you’ll be able to do it for a long time.