We offer a comprehensive supplemental Driver Education Course to all US residents that want to learn more about driver’s education, or for individuals within a specific state that does not require Driver Education (see list below)! This course can be taken in additional to your states required Driver Education Course to learn the Rules of the Road, Defensive Driving, Pedestrian Safety, DWI Awareness, Drowsy Driving Awareness, Distracted Driving, and Organ Donation.
Each state has a different requirement- we encourage you to find your states information at the link provided prior to enrolling in our program State DRED Requirements.
Our course will prepare you or your child for the roadways and completion of the course will be composed of preparation for any state required tests.
Check out our Resource Tab and this amazing link: Traffic and Road Sign Test!
Tennessee Online Driver Education Course- This course will provide a comprehensive break down of the Rules of the Road, Defensive Driving Techniques, Pedestrian Safety, Tennessee Roadway Norms, Distracted Driving Norms, and Organ Donation. This course has been approved by the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security (https://www.tn.gov/safety/tnhp/spunit/drivered.html) for constituents that are seeking a hardship drivers license (ages 14-16), tutorial on driver’s education (over the age of 16), or court ordered constituents.
Course Fee: $50
For more information on the process of a hardship license: https://www.tn.gov/safety/driver-services/classd/classh.htmlhtml.
Click here for the TN Hardship Application
New Mexico Teen– We are proud to be licensed and bonded in the state of NM to offer Correspondence Driver’s Ed (Approval List).
The state of NM TSD allows students under the age of 18 to choose from three different options for Driver’s Education:
37 hour course: 30 hours of classroom instruction and 7 hours of behind the wheel with a TSD licensed instructor. After the 9th hour of classroom instruction the student receives a referral card which will allow them to obtain their Learner’s Permit after successful completion of the MVD computerized exam. As they hold the Learner’s Permit for 6 months they will work on their 50 hour Graduated Driver’s License (GDL) driving log with their parents. After 6 months of successful completion of the log and the course they will be able to obtain their provisional.
56 hour course through HS: 56 hour classroom instruction provided by a TSD licensed HS instructor. After completion of 9 hours of instruction they are able to obtain their Learner’s Permit by successfully passing the MVD computerized exam. As they hold the Learner’s Permit for 6 months they will work on their 50 hour GDL driving log with their parents. After 6 months of successful completion of the log they will be able to obtain their provisional.
56 hour Correspondence School: 56 hour home-school program approved by the TSD for students that can not take the 37 hour course or 56 hour HS course. Students/Parents have to complete the application (provided below) with their parents and submit the application for approval with a letter from the school verifying that they are involved in sports/extra-curricular activities etc. or provide verification of home-school status. After 9 hours (Unit 1) students are issued a Referral Card and GDL brochure to obtain their Learner’s Permit at the local MVD office, after successful completion of the MVD computerized exam. As they hold the Learner’s Permit for 6 months they will work on their 50 hour GDL driving log with their parents. After 6 months of successful completion of the log they will be able to obtain their never license through the GDL program.
Our 56 hour Correspondence course is composed of NM Driving Laws, Pedestrian Safety, Railroad Safety, Sharing the Road, DWI, Tire Safety, and MUCH MORE! The course fulfills the state requirement of a 56 hour course where parents work with students on their behind-the-wheel (btw) training.
If your parents don’t feel comfortable with the btw training- No Problem! We recommend approved behind the wheel schools throughout the state.
The state of NM has a specific approval process for Correspondence students, which must be followed, if you are between the ages of 15-18 years of age. The application at the link provided must be sent in for approval to take a correspondence course: 2019 CSDRED. Don’t worry the process is not difficult!
Please do not make payment until the NM DOT TSD has approved this course for your student. If payment is made in error we will refund this upon our notice of such and await TSD approval to move forward with the process.
States that do not require Driver Education Classroom Programs: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado (at age 16.5 years), Florida, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana (at age 16), Nebraska, New Jersey, Oklahoma (at age 16), Oregon, South Dakota, Tennessee, West Virginia, Wyoming, District of Columbia.
Each state has a Graduated Drivers Licenses process which can be reviewed from your states website or we can explain prior to enrollment of the course.