Step 1 – Driver Education

College Student Studying in LibraryYour first step: Take and complete Drivers Education.  You can start the Drivers Education class at age 15 but will need to be 15 ½ in order to get your driving permit.

You may take an online class or a classroom Drivers Education course.  You’ll have to determine what is best for you or your teenager.  How do you choose?

Driver education online, anywhere, anytime. Our driver education online course meets the California teen driver education requirements.

Each course consists of short comprehensive and easy to read subjects. Small doses of information help you to learn and better retain the laws and rules of the road.

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After you have passed the practice exams and the final exam, you will receive your certificate of completion in the mail.

The classroom course includes videos, short lectures and guest speakers from California Highway Patrol, Morgan Hill Police Department and new speakers each month.

Class discussions and practice tests are an important part of the learning process and your certificate of completion is handed to you on the last day of class.

Whichever course you choose, we provide all of the tools and skills necessary to ensure your teenager passes the very first time!

Next Step – After completion of Drivers Education, pass the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Written and Vision Test.