Drivers EdBeing an educated driver is just plain smart. For your benefit, DMV.org has compiled the education requirements for drivers, as well as a variety of training options. Whether you are a first-time driver, a senior, or even a truck driver, we've found courses, classes, or schools to meet all your needs.
Many states require that first-time drivers complete a certain number of hours in a driver's education course before they can apply for a permit or driver's license. Find out what your state requires, and get one step closer to getting behind the wheel.
At other times, your state will mandate attendence in a driver education course when your driving record indicates that you could use a refresher course on some of the road rules.
And, still other drivers opt to attend driver education classes so they can qualify for lowered car insurance rates.
Click around our site to find the driver education requirements for your state, or to locate a school appropriate for your driver education needs.
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