There are a number of Drivers Education Programs both online and offline that you can make use of in order to help you get your drivers license for the very first time.
Many young people get their drivers education training in high school or a local drivers education school.
But, in this age of technology, a lot of people are looking for alternatives to the old school drivers ed training. You guessed it. They are turning to online sources.
Online Drivers education programs are not available in every state, but the trend is spreading and I expect they soon will be.
Homeschooling families are often looking for a drivers ed program to incorporate into their curriculum.
Some of the more well-known programs do cater to homeschoolers, so they are worth checking out.
Some of the most popular Drivers Ed programs, particularly for those interested in taking online drivers ed courses are as follows:
Nothing takes the place of actually getting behind the wheel yourself, but these courses for drivers education classes offer a good foundation.
Not only that, parents are offered advice on how to help their teenagers with their drivers training without losing their cool or making their child feel intimidated or stressed.
I can still remember my drivers education classes as well as my on the road drivers education training. I'm afraid my drivers education instructor started calling me Andretti because of my tendency to speed. :) Ooops!
Although I attended a private high school, I took my drivers ed training at my local public high school during summer vacation. Even 25 years ago (I'm revealing my age), the educational movies seemed a bit outdated, but at least they were effective.
Living in the country, I had pretty much learned the driving basics 'on the farm' so I mainly had to learn the skill of driving in heavy traffic, etc.
I'd love to hear about your drivers ed experience and what drivers ed programs YOU recommend.