What is Drivers Ed?
Drivers Education is a stuctured course for a new driver to obtain a learner's permit or driver's license.
There are usually two Drivers Education course programs each designed for a specific age category:
- Teen Driver's Ed for ages 14 - 17
- Adult Driver's Education for ages 18+
These courses are intended to be a supplemental material in addition to the knowledge obtained from government-printed driving handbooks and manuals.
The training is available to students in different formats: online classes, in-person classroom, or parent-taught courses.
What does Drivers Ed course covers?
Each state has its own rules for required course curriculum. To learn about rules in your state, click a state specific link on this page. In general, online drivers education providers usually cover the following topics in their courses:
- Communication between drivers
- Bicycles and pedestrians
- Basic vehicle maintenance
- Weather conditions
- Safe use of technology
- Alcohol & drug laws and consequences
What are popular Drivers Education course providers in US?
The cost and duration of the new drivers education courses are dictated by Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) in your state.
The following list of course providers are well known and approved in multiple states accross United States.
Please, contact a course provider to find out details about a course price, duration and to confirm if provider is approved in your state.