DriversEd.com “click. learn. drive.” Makes It Easy for Teens to Take Their Drivers Education Course Online Over the Summer
Whether looking to get a headstart on the next school year or to finally get behind-the-wheel this summer, teens are well on the way to becoming licensed drivers with DriversEd.com. Teens don’want to spend any of their summer vacation being lectured at. The advantage of the summer months is they have the time and can do the entire course on their computers. DriversEd.com, all online makes it easy: “click” log on to www.driversed.com, “learn” start the DriversEd.com course and “drive” get your DMV certificate of completion.
“DriversEd.com is the most visited drivers education site on the Internet because we provide teens with an animated, fully interactive drivers education course that is based on over twenty years of teaching experience,” says DriversEd.com founder Gary Tsifrin.
All Online, DriversEd.com is DMV approved — the unparalleled interactive courses are entirely web-based and the curriculum is state specific. In addition to learner’s permit preparation for all fifty states, DriversEd.com provides the required DMV certificate-of-completion of drivers education for teens seeking their first license in California, Colorado, Florida, Minnesota, Nevada, Oklahoma, Virginia and Texas.
What else can you learn on DriversEd.com? Find out about the adverse effects of drinking “I Am Not a Statistic”: www.driversed.com/awareness. Access DMV information in a clear and usable online environment: www.driversed.com/dmv. And, look for a new or used car through the Cars.com- DriversEd.com auto purchasing program: www.driversed.com/cars.
The DriversEd.com course ranges from $75 to $150. Protections are built in that don’t allow students to progress too quickly and security measures are in place to ensure the identity of the participant. “We’ve taken into account the current generation of young drivers and specifically how teens learn. Over the summer, teens first choice wouldn’t be spending their vacation in a classroom,” adds Tsifrin.