Blog posts tagged with 'drivers ed'

How to Get Your Pennsylvania Driver's License

Ready to get your Pennsylvania Driver's License? Check out our Online Pennsylvania Driver's Education course. The State of Pennsylvania uses three-stage graduated driver licensing program for all new drivers under the age of 18. This means that if you are under 18 you need to complete all three stages before you can receive your unrestricted driver's license.

What is the Purpose of the Texas Parent Taught Driver Education Course?

Who should take the Texas Parent Taught Driver Education Course? If you’re under the age of 18 and live in Texas, our Texas Parent Taught Driver Education Course (PTDE) is just what you need! The online instruction part of this course, which lasts 32 hours, is complemented by behind-the-wheel training done by your parent or a legal guardian. If you’d prefer to have a professional instructor from a local driving school, take a look at our Instructor Taught Driver Education Course. But first, let’s get the big question out of the way – why should you take a driver education course? There’s an easy answer to that one. In Texas, all teens under the age of 18 have to take a driver education course that is approved by the state.

Top Reasons to take Driver Education with the National Highway Safety Administration

Here at the National Highway Safety Administration, we care about you and your driving needs. With over 25 years of experience in driver education, we understand that driver safety is vital to you and your family. Even more important, we know what driver education is really about! Driver education isn’t just about supplying information – it’s about how the student understands the information, how they absorb it, and then make use of it in their daily life. It involves taking the cold facts on a computer screen and making sure that information goes down deep into the student’s heart, thus influencing the decisions they make as a driver. When the information goes deep enough, it will positively influence a driver, even when they have to react so quickly that they’re barely aware they’re even making a decision.