Learn on any device or from the comfort of your own home! Sign up for Texas Adult Drivers Ed today!
Earning a Texas drivers license should be simple. We know your goal is to get in the drivers seat as soon as possible and with as little hassle as possible—and we can help you.
It's simple. Create an account by choosing a username and password. We'll take you through the steps of enrolling in the course and give you some important information. Before you know it you'll be on the road to satisfying your Texas drivers education requirement!
Your course is available to you online 24/7. That means you can log in and out whenever you want and from any computer with Internet access. When you log back in, we'll take you back to the exact place you left off. Doesn't that sound better than spending time in a classroom? And if you have a question about course content, customer support is open 7 days a week.
At the end of the course, there will be a final exam. According to Texas regulations, you are only allowed to take the final exam three times. If you fail the final exam for this course three times, you will have to take the course over again.
All new drivers over 18 and under 25 years of age who plan to earn a Texas drivers license need to take a 6-hour Texas drivers education course.
With DriversEd.com, you can take your Texas drivers education course online and receive an official Certificate of Completion. DriversEd.com is an online provider of the required 6-hour Texas drivers education course.
All students must verify their identity for this course, according to Texas law, and DriversEd.com has designed our course procedure to make your experience as easy as possible.
To comply with Texas state requirements, you will be asked personal validation questions throughout the course. Before you take your final exam, you'll also have to answer a few third-party validation questions online to verify your identity. This is to make sure that the right person is taking the course.
With DriversEd.com, you don't have to make any trips—you can do everything online! Most other Texas courses require you to take the final test at a notary public or some other location. With DriversEd.com, you can finish the entire course at home, even the final exam!
According to Texas regulations, you are only allowed to take the final exam three times. If you fail the final exam for this course three times, you will have to take the course over again.
Online identity verification not available in all cases.
When you're ready to take the driving test, make an appointment with your local DPS.
To take your driving test, you must:
You now simply have to complete a supervised behind-the-wheel driving test. If you can demonstrate competency on the road under real conditions, you will be approved for your license and be given a temporary paper one to use until the real thing arrives in the mail in the next several days. You’ve earned this—so use it responsibly.
All new drivers over the age of 25 who plan to earn a Texas drivers license need to pass a test. You can take this test by spending time waiting at the DPS and feeling stuffy while taking a supervised written exam, or you can take our adult drivers ed course for Texas and complete the test hassle-free. Our course waives your need to go to the DPS!
Texas law requires everyone over 18 and under 25 years of age who wish to obtain a Texas drivers license to complete a 6-hour drivers education course for adults.
If you're between 15 and 18 years old and seeking to earn your Texas learners permit (instruction permit), you'll need to complete a drivers education course for teens.
Yes. Initially approved by the Texas Education Agency (TEA), our school (#C3244) is now licensed by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR). This course meets the standards for the adult drivers education requirement in Texas: after you complete our course, you will receive a Texas DPS-accepted Certificate of Completion.
No! If you're eligible to take this online adult drivers ed course, your final exam serves as the written test. There's no need to stand in line at the DPS! Take this course, receive your Certificate of Completion, and then make your appointment for the DPS road test.
That depends on your individual pace. In Texas, adults over 18 and under 25 years of age are required to take a 6-hour drivers education course. The good news is that with DriversEd.com, you can always go at your own pace and log in and out at your convenience. Think how fast time flies if you do 20 minutes here and there
After you complete the DriversEd.com course, we will mail your Certificate of Completion within 1 business day. All certificates are mailed via First Class Mail by default.
To request a duplicate copy of your Certificate of Course Completion after you have graduated, please contact us toll free at 877-877-2525.
The course fee includes everything you need to complete your 6-hour drivers education course online as well as your Certificate of Completion.
You can pay online using VISA, MasterCard, American Express, or PayPal. You can also pay by credit card by calling our customer service at 888-651-2886. Please note that prepaid debit/gift cards issued by VISA, MasterCard, American Express, etc., cannot be used online. Please call us, and we'll be happy to process your payment.
If you would like to pay by check or money order, just mail your payment along with your username to:
Attn: Billing Dept.
4201 FM 1960 W, Ste 100
Houston, TX 77068
Once we receive payment, we'll send you a confirmation email and update your course account.
While we're confident that you'll enjoy the DriversEd.com Texas program, if for some reason you would like a refund, you can request one, subject to the refund policy set forth below.
DriversEd.com will issue a full tuition refund:
DriversEd.com will not issue refunds:
To request a refund, please contact us toll free at 1-877-877-2525.
For system requirements, visit the DriversEd.com Support area.
Still Have Questions?
Call us at 888-651-2886
* Adult (18+) course: $5.95 State Certificate and Handling Fee applies