Demo Course

Before you decide to sign-up for an online Driver Education course we invite you to “test drive” our Demo Course.

This demo includes parts of the actual online Driver Education training provided on this site.  All of our driver’s education programs consist of at least 30 hours of classroom instruction online, with special features in the form of pdf documents, videos, and websites added to enhance the understanding and learning abilities of students. The modules are comprised of topic matters that will provide students the skills necessary to obtain a Pennsylvania driver’s license and most importantly, to become conscientious drivers.

A student taking an online course will be required to spend a specific minimum time in each topic, at the end of which, the student will be required to pass a quiz based on that topic, with a passmark of 75%. The student is required to spend a total of at least 30 hours for the whole duration of the course, after which, the student will be required to pass a final examination with score marks of at least 75% before the student is issued a Certificate of Completion.

Please note ** Pennsylvania teens below the age of 18 are required to complete 50 hours of supervised experience behind the wheel when they are in possession of a Learner’s Permit. Teens below the age of 18 can only apply for a Pennsylvania senior driver’s license if they have completed a 30 hour approved driver education course and 6 hours behind the wheel driver training. If they have not completed a 30 hours driver’s education, they have to wait until they are 18 years of age to apply for a full driver’s license without any operational restrictions. When you apply for a Pennsylvania driver’s license, you will be required to present a completed Penn DOT DL 59 application form as proof of completion of this course and driver’s training. The dates and times of your behind-the-wheel experiences should be noted in a log as they occur. Apply early for a Pennsylvania senior driver’s license – before 18 years of age. A teen must be accident free and have no moving violations the first year of driving to be eligible to obtain their senior license at 17½ years of age.

Demo Course