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Start Earning Your License with Texas Teen Drivers Ed for Ages 14+
Our online Texas teen drivers ed course is the most convenient and effective way to learn the rules of the road and earn your Texas drivers license!
Required by the DPS for teens 14 to 17 years old, Texas teen drivers education prepares you for the knowledge test and in-car lessons. We are a TEA / TDLR-licensed school (#C2548/#108) offering an online course that you can take anywhere, anytime.
Sign up for our course now—our students can take the DPS knowledge test online for free and get behind the wheel fast!
Texas Teen Drivers Education Saves Money and Lives
- Learn defensive driving techniques
- Earn an insurance discount of up to 10%
- TX teen drivers ed online for (in-car driving lessons not included)
Collisions can cost money and lives. We have over 25 years of experience teaching drivers ed, and we're experts on traffic safety. Our Texas teen drivers ed course teaches you to prevent and handle dangerous situations on the road.
The price of our course is , about the same as two tanks of gas. Compared to the money you'll spend on fuel, drivers ed is a great one-time investment for drivers.
Taking drivers ed is a smart decision that many insurance providers reward: you can earn an insurance discount by taking our course! Add up the savings over time, and you'll see that our Texas teen drivers ed course is an investment that pays for itself.
Get started and find out why we're the only school in the country that is approved by the Road Safety Educators' Association and accredited by the Driving School Association of the Americas.
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How Online Drivers Ed Works
Sign Up for the Course
Our Texas teen drivers ed online course was initially approved by the Texas Education Agency (TEA) and is now licensed by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR). The curriculum covers everything on the DPS permit test and more. Our interactive lessons help you understand and remember the information you need to be a safe driver.
- Learn from videos, 3-D animations, and case studies
- Study important techniques for safe driving
- Get behind the wheel fast: complete the online course while you take in-car lessons with our professional driving instructors!
- Get a Certificate of Completion from a TEA / TDLR-licensed school (#C2548/#108)
- Take the required DPS knowledge test online for free!
- Prepare with 50 free practice DPS permit tests
The course is all online for your convenience. Whether you log in on your desktop or laptop, your place in the course is automatically saved. You get unlimited access to the course, so you can review information whenever you want.
- Continue the course anytime, right where you left off
- Chat with live customer service 24/7 for free
- Get your Certificate of Completion—mailed for free!
- Find TEA / TDLR-approved Texas drivers ed in your city
- Compare us to other Texas drivers ed options
Take the DPS Knowledge Test for Free
After you have finished the first 6 hours of the online course and turned 15 years old, it's time to take the DPS knowledge test (covering road signs and road rules) to earn your Texas learner license, also known as an instruction permit.
You can now take the official DPS knowledge test for free through DriversEd.com! You'll earn your permit fast and get behind the wheel in no time!
Our Texas teen drivers ed course covers everything you need to know for the test. Plus, you'll even get 50 free online practice tests to help you prepare for the real deal.
Start In-Car Driving Lessons
Once you've completed the first 6 hours of Texas teen drivers education and have your learner license, you can start in-car lessons with us too. It's the fastest way to start driving!
If you choose DriversEd.com for your behind-the-wheel training, you'll learn to drive in a MINI Countryman with our patient, professional instructors. Our in-car lessons cover everything from the very basics to the most complex technical maneuvers. We'll prepare you for the DPS driving skills test, too!
Just sign up for our Texas in-car driving lessons, and complete the rest of your online drivers ed course while you get your behind-the-wheel training.
(Whether you choose DriversEd.com or another driving school for your behind-the-wheel training, your in-car driving lessons are not included in the price of this online course.)
See How We Compare
Although there are many providers that meet the state's minimum standards to help students earn their drivers license, being a safe driver means more than simply passing a test. That's why we're passionate about teaching driving skills and eDriving and DriversEd.com are the leaders in the industry in so many ways.
TRUSTED BY MILLIONS
|Over 6 million drivers trained - largest driving school in the U.S.|
|Chosen by Fortune 100 companies such as Johnson & Johnson and Nestle for their driver training|
|A leading innovator in the defensive driving category, including a driving performance app|
|Over 6 corporate and university-backed validation studies|
|Over 60 published research papers and over 70 industry awards|
|APPROVED & ACCREDITED|
|Accredited by the Driving School Association of the Americas (DSAA).|
|Over 100 state-approved driving safety courses from over 30 U.S. state governments.|
|Hundreds of state-licensed professional driving instructors on staff|
|BEYOND THE BASICS|
|All-in-one source: online courses, in-car lessons, defensive driving programs and more|
|Unparalleled support for the parents of teenage drivers ed students|
|Engaging, interactive content including animations, videos and games||Some|
|Courses can be taken on desktop, tablets, mobile devices, or in one of our apps (included free)||Some|
|Places extra focus on training smart, defensive drivers (not just passing a test)|
|Proven state-sponsored study shows significant reduction in traffic violations and DUI*.|
|WE HAVE YOU COVERED|
|Money back guarantee, unlimited practice tests, 100% pass rate, A+ BBB rating, 24/7 support||Some|
* Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Study 2009.