Is Your Teen Ready For A Learner's Permit?

Letting your child get behind the wheel can terrify parents. That's why we're here to help your teen receive the best education possible. Over two million students have graduated from our course over the past two decades, and now we want to help your child do the same.

Our course is designed to teach teens how to drive both defensively and wisely. Our goal is to provide teens with a through education and teach them all the knowledge they'll need to become safe drivers.

At the same time, we understand you and your teen are busy and fitting driver education into your schedule can become a hassle. That's why we offer our course in a convenient online format that can be completed when you have time.

Why Chose Our Online Driver Education Course?

Our DMV-approved 30-hour driver education course allows teens to work through the chapters at a pace comfortable to the individual. It gives teens the freedom to review material and lets them work on the course when time is available. On top of the convenience, our curriculum offers several things aimed at helping the student succeed.

  • Nevada DMV-approved program
  • Completion Certificate — Same day delivery
  • No classrooms — course is 100% online
  • Course created by traffic safety experts
  • Log on and off when you want
  • Progress saves automatically
  • Course includes interactive animations, videos, and pictures
  • Final exam — with unlimited attempts to pass
  • Multiple-choice quizzes at the end of each segment
  • 24/7 Live Support Team, even on holidays and weekends

If you're ready to get started, you can sign up today and get started!

5 Ways Parents Can Help Teen Drivers

There are many things you can do as a parent to help your teen get their drivers permit. Five simple ways to help make your teen a safe, defensive driver are:

  1. Familiarize yourself with the rules of the road in Nevada
  2. Practice patient, responsible driving as a model for your teen
  3. Talk to your teen about the dangers of the road
  4. Set strict family driving rules and set punishments for breaking the rules
  5. Discuss and sign a Parent-Teen Driving Contract