The curriculum is packed with lots of animated case studies, graphics, and live-action video, which bring different traffic situations and driving scenarios to life.
Music and fast-paced delivery put drivers-in-training in the driver's seat to help them recognize the causes of accidents and learn how to avoid them-featuring video appearances from renowned, professional race car drivers incorporating real-life situations.
Teens can get ready for the written DMV exam by taking up to 50 practice tests. If students don't pass the course the first time, they can retake the test until they do pass.
When the course is successfully completed, students will earn an official Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) certificate of completion of driver's education, making them eligible for a Learner's Permit and/or Driver's License and an auto insurance discount, where applicable.
Because it's online, it's possible, for the first time, for students to learn at their own pace. Teens can stop and start when they like. Protections are built in that ensure that students don't progress too quickly, and security measures are in place to protect the identity of the student.
DriversEd.com also offers step-by-step instructions for obtaining a license. For more information, visit http://www. delmar.driversed.com/