Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Internet Based Drivers Ed Course

As new learning technologies emerge, a number of states are now allowing teenagers to complete their driver education class online. No, you're not going to literally learn how to driver on the web. Driving still requires spending time with parents or a driving instructor. What it does do though, is allow teens to complete the classroom instruction online. Sit in a boring class every day for a month; worry about how to get to class every day, distractions, lack of personal one-on-one training, OR, take the course at home, in your own time at your own pace!

This is particularly interesting for many parents, who have a hectic schedule. By enrolling in an online driver education course, parents can spend time with their teen AFTER work and on the weekends. It's also a very cost effective alternative to the more expensive courses. Not all states are approved yet, but many of the bigger states are.

Additionally, for states not approved yet, you can still enroll in a Learners permit preparatory course. This helps teens prepare for the often challenging drivers exam. It's estimated that over 50% of teens fail their learners permit test on the first try. A good solid online course can help better prepare teens to pass this important test.

Finally, whether you are looking for an effective online drivers ed course, or was unfortunate to receive a traffic ticket and neet to take an online Traffic School, the Drivers Ed website has complete information for every state.


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