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How to Apply For Your Learners Permit

To receive a leaner's permit, students must be at least 15 years old and must have begun or completed an online driver education course. With both our Parent-Taught Driver Education and Texas Online Driver Ed courses, students can conveniently take their permit exam online once they've completed the first course module. » Read More

Getting Your First Texas Driver's License

If you have already followed the steps to obtain a Texas learner's permit, here's how to complete the requirements to obtain your Texas provisional driver's license. » Read More

Which Driver Ed Course is Right for Me?

Need help deciding which course to take? » Read More

IMPACT Texas Drivers

Texas' Department of Public Safety (DPS) recently implemented a new program called Impact Texas Teen Drivers (ITTD) that all aspiring drivers must complete before they are allowed to take the skills portion of their driving exam required to become a licensed driver. » Read More

Texas Parent-Taught Driver Education Program Guide (P.T.D.E)

The Parent Taught Driver Education Program Guide is provided by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation and is required to be obtained before starting any course work. » Read More

What to Expect from the Texas Driving Test

The last step to getting your Texas driver's license is passing the driving test. While the prospect of taking the test may make you nervous, stay calm. The more you know about what to expect, the better prepared you’ll be to pass. » Read More

Texas Driving Laws: New Cell Phone and Inspection Policies

The state of Texas has been hesitant to adopt a state-wide texting and driving law, but two major Texas cities have stepped forward to make their streets safer. » Read More

Taking Texas Adult Drivers Ed Online

Drivers ed class sounds like something meant for teenagers, right? Well, teenagers might be the most common drivers ed students these days, but there are many non-traditional students looking to get behind the wheel as well. » Read More

Defensive Driving In Texas How To Avoid Accidents

Although some auto accidents may simply be out of your control, others can be avoided by taking a few common sense safety precautions. » Read More

Texas Road Trip Destinations Easy Driving Reach

Most of us associate road trips with summertime, which can feel so far away in the middle of February. » Read More

Camping In Luxury

Although many people don't think of Texas as a top winter getaway destination, its mild temperatures and diverse outdoor offerings make it a perfect pick for adventure and luxury. » Read More

Celebrating New Years Eve In Texas

You don't have to travel far to find fun and exciting ways to celebrate the New Year in Texas. » Read More

Texas Headlight Laws Are You Breaking The Law

Although there are many similarities among headlight laws from state to state, one might say that the devil is in the details. » Read More

Best Fall Road Trips In Texas

Fall is the perfect time for a road trip in Texas. From East Texas, through rolling Hill Country, and all over the state, the green leaves of summer are turning vibrant shades of red, yellow, and orange. » Read More

Renewing Your Texas Driver License

For many Texans, renewing a driver license is on par with paying taxes and standing in a never-ending line at the post office. » Read More

Why Texas Parents Make The Best Driving Teachers

Parents teach their children how to walk, talk, eat, and journey into adulthood. So it should come as no surprise that parents make the best teachers of driver education as well!  » Read More