With all of our driver education materials, teens will learn all about the basics of driving, which includes the laws of the road, how to deal with different driving conditions, how to react in emergencies, why they should never use a text-messenging device while behind the wheel or drive under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs.


TeenDrivingCourse.com offers approved internet-based driver education courses in California, Colorado, Nevada, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas, Indiana, and Florida. Our workbook-based course is available in Minnesota (if you live in a state which is not listed here, we offer courses that may be used to supplement a state-approved driver education course). After you pass the final exam, you will be issued a certificate of completion.

Just register right here on our web site and you can begin right away! You’ll read through 8 chapters of material, and learn all about the basics of driving.



You can enroll in this practice tests program for $15, even if you don’t enroll in our regular driver ed course.

Remember, this program is for practice only and once you finish this program you will not receive a certificate of completion, unless you purchase our regular driver ed program.

We know that passing the DMV’s written test is a frightening prospect. Okay, having to Parallel Park while some dude takes notes might be even more frightening, but the written DMV test is no joke!

One hour to answer dozens of tricky questions about driving laws and statistics, fines and violations – No wonder a whopping 98% of first time drivers fail the written exam on their first attempt! But, luckily, you don’t have to be one of them! Now you can pass the DMV written exam on your first try with our a an initial diagnostic test, the PrepWizard™ will identify your areas of weakness and focus on those areas until you are 100% ready for the real thing! At the end of the program, you will take a simulated DMV exam under timed conditions. Unlike the real written test at the DMV where you are only given a certain number of tries before the BUZZER sounds, you mazing PrepWizard™


This is the first step in your exam preparation. Once you have completed an entire set of questions you will get a detailed diagnostic score report that lists your strengths and weaknesses.


This section is one of your greatest tools. Here, Prep Wizard™ will strengthen your overall performance on exams by giving you short quizzes in your areas of weakness.


This section prepares you to take a full-length exam. Here you will take a full-length exam while we keep track of your time. If you miss too many questions or if your time exceeds the allotted time, you will keep taking the exam in Intense Mode until you improve your accuracy and speed.


You’re ready to take the exam under simulated exam conditions. You will have three hours and fifteen minutes to answer 150 questions of each exam. We recommend that you take as many exams as necessary in the Exam Mode until you consistently score 80% or higher on these practice exams.

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Filmed on-location in Hollywood , California, this Driver Ed video is a far cry from the boring old driver ed videos your mom and dad had to watch. The DVD is intended to supplement your driver education course by presenting the rules of the road in a fun and easy to understand DVD. The video combines cool music, flash animation and real-live-actors to bring you a driver education experience that’s not only instructional, it’s fun!

New! Learn how to drive from your computer! The driver ed video is now available in streaming video format!

One of the best Driver Ed course online

Do you want to give your teenager the gift of driving on their next birthday? Looking for driver ed programs
that are necessary before your son or daughter heads out onto the road? Welcome to the website of
TeenDrivingCourse.com, where you will find detailed information about our various driver ed programs. In order to get a learner’s permit, students are generally required to take a driver ed class that includes both classroom time and driving time with an authorized instructor. However, in today’s “time-crunched” world, it is not only
inconvenient but also impractical to spend your time in driver ed classrooms. Therefore, we offer various driver ed programs online that allow teenagers to complete this requirement from their home. We offer different driver ed program options for different states and prices vary, depending on which driver ed program you choose.

Click here and learn more about our driver ed options applicable for your state.

TeenDrivingCourse.com Frequently Asked Questions

You have several choices! You can pay for the online driver education course using a major credit card, an online check or you may choose to mail in a payment by check or money order. Payment must be made prior to taking the final exam. TeenDrivingCourse.com also permits you to finish the entire internet driver’s ed course up until the final test without paying! This way, if you’re not 100% satisfied with the internet driver education class so that you can receive your learner’s permit or driver’s license, you don’t have to pay for it!

It depends on whether you select overnight shipment of the certificate of completion at registration. If you select Federal Express, you have the option of selecting Priority Overnight delivery (on or before 10:30AM the next business morning), Standard Overnight (by or before 5PM the next business day), Second Day (by or before 5PM on the second business day) or Express (by or before 5PM on the third business day). Also, if you finish the online driver’s ed or driver training class on a Friday, TeenDrivingCourse.com also offers Saturday Federal Express delivery (by or before 12PM). TeenDrivingCourse.com also provides several other convenient mailing options for the online driver’s ed class certificate of completion including regular and certified US Mail. If you choose regular US Mail, the online driver’s ed course certificate will be delivered in 7-10 business days.

TeenDrivingCourse.com uses the very latest in SSL data encryption technology to be certain that all of our customers’ personal and payment information is 100% secure. We also offer several other payment options for our online driver’s ed courses, including check and online check.

TeenDrivingCourse.com driver education or driver training or driver’s ed class prices are different by state and course format. TeenDrivingCourse.com offers an internet driver education course, a video driver education class and a streaming video driver education course in most states. The cost for each of these first time driver training or driver education classes is different. You can see a list of all available driver’s ed or driver training class details and costs when you select the state in which you need to get through an online learners permit or drivers license course.

You must be at least 15 1/2 when you take driver’s ed or driver training or driver education in order for you to receive your learner’s permit and you must be at least 16 to earn your driver’s license in most states. Also, before registering for our online driver education, DVD driver education or streaming video driver education and learner’s permit classes, we strongly recommend that you consult with the licensing authority in your state.

Definitely. When you finish the TeenDrivingCourse.com online driver’s ed or driver training or driver education class, you must satisfactorily complete a final exam that will cover the same rules of the road, learner’s permit, safe driving and driver’s license lesson materials that you studied in the internet driver education course. If you don’t pass the driver’s test on your first attempt, you may retake it as many times as necessary until you pass – at no additional cost! Therefore, you are 100% guaranteed to pass the TeenDrivingCourse.com internet driver education course!

Maybe. TeenDrivingCourse.com suggests that you or your parents speak directly to your auto insurance agent about whether completing an approved internet driver’s ed or driver training or defensive driving class qualifies you for a safe driver insurance discount. Although some insurance carriers offer safe driver discounts for new drivers who pass a state-approved internet driver education class, that may not be the case for some carriers.

Yes! Once you have enrolled in the TeenDrivingCourse.com online driver’s ed or driver education or driver training course, you can work from any computer with internet access. This flexibility allows you to receive your learner’s permit or driver’s license from home, school or a friend’s house!

Not at all! TeenDrivingCourse.com realizes that, between homework and after school programs, most teens have very hectic schedules. Our internet driver’s ed or driver training classes permit you to start and stop the internet driver education program as often as you like! Study the driver training course materials for an hour or two and then take a break — at TeenDrivingCourse.com you can set your own schedule!

Many of our online learners permit and driver license courses are around 30 hours in length; however, you should select your state in order to get specific online licensing requirements before signing up for an online driver education or driver training course. In addition, the total online driver education or driver’s ed class length differs according to the rules of the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), Department of Education (DOE), Department of Public Safety (DPS) or other licensing authority in your state.

Definitely! At any point before the certificate of completion for the learner’s permit or driver’s license is processed and shipped, you can request a refund for the home-study internet driver’s ed or driver training class. During the online driver’s ed class registration, you can also select the “Pay Later” option, and if you are not satisfied, you can simply withdraw from the driver education program without paying! Unlike many of its competitors, TeenDrivingCourse.com understands that customer satisfaction is the most important part about providing the online drivers ed, driver education, learner’s permit, driver’s license and first time driver classes, so we want to be sure that you’re happy!

Yes! TeenDrivingCourse.com offers a special “Read Along” feature in most of its online driver’s ed or driver training classes that will read the online driver education course content aloud as you follow along on your computer. There is an additional fee for this service, but if you have problems with reading large amounts of text, or if you just prefer not to read large amounts of text, it definitely makes the online driver’s ed class easier!

TeenDrivingCourse.com will show the approval status of our online driver education or driver’s ed or driver training program after you pick your state during online driver’s ed or driver training registration. If our internet driver education or driver training course is not accepted, you will see a disclaimer that says that our internet driver education course, streaming video driver education course and DVD driver education class are to be used as learning supplements to a state-approved driver education course.

Yes. After each online driver education or driver’s ed or driver training course lesson, there will be a brief multiple choice quiz. You may take the driver education quizzes as many times as necessary in order to pass the online driver’s ed course, but the driver’s ed quiz results will not go against your overall internet driver’s ed course score. The first time driver quiz questions are designed to prepare you for the final examination.

Almost all of the TeenDrivingCourse.com online driver education or driver training classes are self-timed, meaning that there is no timer that keeps track of the time that you’ve spent reviewing the online driver education or driver’s ed course materials. However, this is not the case for all internet driver education courses in all states, and therefore you should choose your state for more specific information about first time driver requirements in your state.

Generally, in most states, you are required to complete two stages of driver’s ed: a classroom driver education course and a driver training course. At TeenDrivingCourse.com, we offer sta