Learning to drive is one of the most exciting parts of being a teen, along with discovering that math textbooks are the perfect tools for squishing cheese sandwiches. Steer toward success with this Groupon.
$15 for Online Driver's Ed with DMV Certificate of Completion ($65 Value)
Students progress through online lessons at their own pace, learning about traffic laws, road signs, parking techniques, driving etiquette, and much more. Lessons are accompanied by self-administered quizzes, and the full course culminates with a final test that earns a DMV certificate of completion when passed. The certificate is a prerequisite for obtaining a learner's driving permit. Students may take the final test an unlimited number of times until they pass. Students can view the contents of all lessons prior to taking the exam, but must pay the enrollment fee included in this Groupon to complete the exam and receive the DMV-approved completion certificate.
MyCaliforniaPermit.com Driver's Ed is approved by the California DMV and has an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau.
MyCaliforniaPermit.com Driver's Ed
Even after the advent of the digital age, all driver's education in California was conducted in the classroom. After much convincing, the California DMV conceded to put the prepermit portion online, and MyCaliforniaPermit.com Driver's Ed was born. On the website, lessons prepare future drivers for the state test to acquire a California learner's permit.
MyCaliforniaPermit.com Driver's Ed offers these lessons on its website at no cost, content in making the information accessible for anyone who needs it. Students are only charged once they register for the test. Each lesson ends in a quiz, which online students can take at their own convenience after band practice or between penalty kicks. Once lessons are complete, students register to take a DMV-approved driver's education test, and upon passing receive a certificate of completion. This certificate allows students to take the learner's-permit test at their local DMV and begins their path toward automotive independence.