Did you know that you can take drivers ed classes online?
That's right! In some states online drivers ed is accepted by the DMV instead of traditional drivers education classes.
Online drivers education courses weren't an option back when I was getting my license - I'm showing my age here now! :-)
I had to go to classes at my local public school during the summer holidays. I have to admit that it was kind of dull and boring.
But times have changed. Many states are allowing young people to take their drivers ed courses online, especially if they don't live near a certified drivers education school.
Even if you are old enough to not have to take drivers education classes, it's a good idea to take a driving course anyway.
Safe Driving courses will help you get better rates when it comes to buying your auto insurance. You can get free car insurance quotes online to give you an idea of how much you can save.
There are a few places that I would recommend for quality online education
for drivers ed. You may even be able to get some behind the wheel
training if there's a local office near you.
Check with each of these services because they service different states.
Hopefully you'll discover that your state is on the list that approves
drivers ed classes online.
Even if you aren't eligible to take your drivers education classes online, you can still benefit from using the drivers ed practice tests to see how you are doing knowledge-wise and prepare yourself for the big test day.
There are fun and interactive quizzes you can take to test your skill and even some clever virtual drivers ed games. Try them out yourself.
Wishing you all the best on your exam! Want to come back and brag about your score? Feel free. We'd love to hear about it! :)
If you've taken drivers education, online or offline, I'm sure you've got a story to tell. Where did you take your drivers training? Was it boring? Fun? Scary? Gross? Helpful?
We'd like to hear about your Drivers Ed experience - good or bad. Tell us all about it here...