Get Behind the Wheel with Teen Driving Lessons
Most states require you to take teen drivers training to earn your license. Get behind the wheel with DriversEd.com! We offer required teen driving lessons in California, Georgia, and Texas!
Our certified professional driving instructors will help you master the basics, learn defensive driving techniques, and prepare for the driving test. Students in California and Georgia can even earn school credit for taking their required hours of teen behind-the-wheel training with DriversEd.com!
Take Teen Behind-The-Wheel Training With the Professionals!
Requirements for drivers training vary from state to state, but no matter what, it's a good idea to learn to drive with an experienced driving instructor from a licensed school like ours! Our teen behind-the-wheel training covers everything on the driving test and all the situations you'll encounter on the road. Get one-on-one teen driving lessons tailored to your learning style.
DriversEd.com has over 25 years of experience teaching people to drive. We are the only driving school in the country that is both approved by the Road Safety Educators' Association and accredited by the Driving School Association of the Americas. Join over 4.1 million drivers who have learned to drive with us: sign up for driving lessons today.
Learn to Drive in a MINI Cooper or Countryman
- Learn to drive from professional, patient, friendly driving instructors
- Get free pickup and drop-off for your lesson in a convenient location
- Train in a MINI Cooper or Countryman with a top safety rating
- Optional: Earn high school graduation credit for learning to drive in California and Georgia!
- Request lessons and track your progress online
- Get in touch with our free customer service support 24/7
Find Driving Lessons in Your Area
Behind-the-wheel training is required for teens in most states. Use our driving school finder to search for schools near you for your teen drivers training!
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