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Driver’s Education

A Driver’s Ed program is required for teenagers and new adult drivers looking to get their driver’s license.

Though Driver’s Ed and training courses will vary for each state, completion of a course ensures proper preparation for passing the written exam and road test provided by your state’s Department of Motor Vehicles, Motor Vehicle Division (MVD), Department of Revenue (DOR), or Department of Public Safety (DPS).

When preparing for your driver’s test, Driver’s Ed helps you learn the skills needed to become a safe and responsible driver.

Finishing a driver’s education course gets you a step closer to finishing your learner’s permit requirements and getting you onto the road with your new driver’s license.

A Driver’s Ed course can help anyone, including experienced drivers, refresh themselves on the following topics:

  • Safe and defensive driving techniques.
  • Traffic laws and road guidelines.
  • How to responsibly share the road with all other travelers.
  • How to handle extreme conditions and emergency situations.

As you can see, Driver’s Ed can benefit anybody who drives.

Driver’s Ed Requirements in Your State

Select your state below for learning about what’s required for your specific state’s driver’s education program: Your state’s page will show you the following information:

  • The age and eligibility requirements for driver’s education.
  • The required number of hours needed for your driver’s education.
  • The specifics of the classroom and behind-the-wheel portions of your driver’s education course.
  • Your options for completing the course. Options include though high schools, online courses, or accredited driving schools.
  • What you need to do next to get your driver’s license.

Finishing your driver’s education program brings you closer to your goal of getting your driver’s license, and you may even be able to get a discount on your car insurance.

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