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To get a California DMV Driving Permit, teens between the ages of 15½ and 17½ must complete approved driver education. This course is an internet-based, California DMV-approved driver education program and provides you the certificate you need to take to the DMV! To get started, select register now and you can begin the course right away.


California Provisional License

California Provisional License

The California DMV allows teen drivers to apply for their provisional license at the age of 16. To do so, you must have completed driver education, have your driving permit (provisional permit) and completed behind the wheel training. View a dmv checklist that includes what you need to complete your driver license requirement, forms you need to take, and more.

100% Online California Driver Education provides effective driver education for first time drivers to learn safe driving skills and meet DMV requirements. If you are under the age of 18, the state of California requires driver education before you can start driving. This driver education includes:
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About Online California Driver Education

  •  Unit 1 — Driving Is Your Responsibility
  •  Unit 2 — The Driver
  •  Unit 3 — Natural Forces Affecting The Driver
  •  Unit 4 — Signs, Signals and Highway Markings
  •  Unit 5 — California Vehicle Code and Rules Of The Road
  •  Unit 6 — Causes And Costs Of Accidents
  •  Unit 7 — Differences In Urban And Rural Driving
  •  Unit 8 — Critical Vehicle Systems and Subsystems
  •  Unit 9 — Pedestrian Safety
  • Unit 10 — Effects of Alcohol and Drugs
  •  Unit 11 — Motorcycle Safety
  •  Unit 12 — Risk-Taking and Perceptions of Teenagers
  •  Unit 13 — Substance Abuse
  •  Unit 14 — Driving Inexperience
  •  Unit 15 — Road Rage
Our state-approved program is an easy and convenient way to complete your teen driver education course requirements. Taking this driver’s ed class online allows you to complete your California driver permit requirement at your own pace, with simple-to-use and easy-to-understand material in a user-friendly format.
The online driver education course takes a state-required minimum of 30 hours to complete, including breaks. After you complete the California driver ed course, you will be required to take a 46-question written exam at your local DMV.

24/7 Customer Support

This course is provided by American Safety Council, a California DMV approved provider. American Safety Council provides you with 24-hour-a-day live chat and email access to certified American Safety Council driving safety instructors. So, if you have any questions about the course, contact us. We are ready to assist you.

Secure, Online Registration

All you need to do is register for the California Driver Ed course using our secure and short registration form, and you can begin the course right away. Once you graduate, we will process your completion certificate within 5 to 7 business days using the information you provided at registration. It’s that easy, and hassle free!

Is this California driver ed course right for me?

If you are between the ages of 15 ½ and 17 ½ and would like get a permit in the state of California, you must complete California driver education. You can begin our course at the age of 15 ½. This course fully satisfies California driver ed requirements and is accepted by the California DMV.

Is this online driver ed approved by the California DMV?

Yes, this course has been approved and accepted by the California DMV.

How long is this course?

The state requires the driver ed course to last a minimum of 30 hours. This includes 25 hours of learning and 5 hours of required breaks throughout the course.

Why take online driver ed and not in the classroom?

This course can be taken anytime, anywhere with access to the internet. Plus, you can complete at your own pace. So if you wish to finish a section at a time, or whatever best fits your schedule, the course saves your progress each time you log off. And you are guaranteed to pass

Do I have to complete the course all at once?

No, the system saves your progress each time you log out so you can take the online driver ed course at your own pace.

Is the driver ed course completely online?

Yes. The driver education course is 100% online. This allows you to complete your requirement before you go to the DMV to apply for your license.

What do I need to do after completing the course?

We will provide you a certificate at the end of the course to take to the DMV. You will also need to take certain California DMV Required Forms to verify your identity.

When will I get my driver ed certificate?

Your certificate is processed the day you graduate. Please allow 10 business days to receive it via U.S. first class mail. There is no extra charge.

Do I have to take a written test at the DMV?

Yes, all applicants will need to pass a 46-question written exam at the DMV after completing the driver education course.

What do I need to get a permit?

View the full permit checklist to prepare you for getting your California driver permit.

What age can you start driver ed in California?

You can start our driver’s ed in California when you are 15 ½ years old. You can obtain your learner’s permit 6 months after your 15th birthday.

How old do you have to be to get a driver's license in California?

You can apply for a provisional license once you turn 16 years old, but all driving restrictions will be lifted once you turn 18 years old.

How to Get a California Driver's Permitt Here

Remember the 3 Ps to Getting Your Permit: Prepare. Provide. Pass!


  • •Must be between the ages of 15½ and 18.
  •  Complete approved CA driver education or enroll in driver education/training program.
  •  Complete the application form DL 44. Must be the original form with your parents’ or guardians’ signatures.
  •  The DMV encourages you to make an appointment at the DMV office for faster service.
  •  Bring the required forms.



  •  Pass a vision exam.
  •  Pass a traffic laws and sign test. There are 46 questions. You have 3 chances to pass with a 39 out of 46 minimum score. If you are worried about passing or need a refresher take a look at our permit prep which includes DMV practice tests, insider tips for testing, videos and exam prep.

Meet Your Learner's Permit Requirements

California Provisional Driver License

At 16 years old you can take your driving test to apply for your California provisional driver’s license. Here is a checklist for your driver’s license.

You must:

  •  Have your provisional permit for at least 6 months.
  •  Have completed California driver education.
  •  Have completed 6 hours of professional driver training.
  •  Have completed 50 hours of driving practice with an adult 25 years or older who has a valid California driver license and can certify the practice. A minimum of 10 of the 50 hours must be at night. 
  •  Have your picture taken.
  • Provide proof of financial responsibility.
  •  Make a driving test Appointment: Call 1-800-777-0133 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday-Friday, or visit

Course + Permit Prep $50.00

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Permit Prep $50.00

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REGISTER NOW Sign-up today and start the course immediately. We guarantee your satisfaction with our course. You can request a refund at any time within 30 days of initial registration and prior to completing the final exam.


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Is This Course Right For Me?

  • I want to get my California driver’s permit!
  • I want to take a DMV-approved, online course.
  • I am between 15½ and 17½ years of age.
  • I want my driver education completion certificate.
  • I want to pass my written test at the DMV!

Course Information

This California DMV-approved course is 100% online and provides simple, effective driver education for teenagers. You can work at your own pace, log on and off as your schedule allows and your progress is always saved.
Course topics include California Vehicle Code, signs, signals and highway markings, causes and costs of accidents, differences in driving in urban and rural areas, pedestrian safety, the effect of drugs and alcohol on drivers and more.
Plus, you’ll have access to a course trainer for any questions you have. And, customer service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


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• It was super simple and fun to use corona driving school I learned easily, and use some of that in real life. I would recommend corona driving school to every one they are so nice so helpful so professional


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Corona driving school teaches vital defensive driving skills for a lifetime of safe and confident driving. Be ready for what’s ahead with our official courses. Learn to drive today call corona driving school 3106288777
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Earning a California drivers license should be simple. We know your goal is to get in the drivers seat as soon as possible and with as little hassle as possible—and we can help you.

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At corona driving school, we’ve been teaching people to drive for over 20 years. As the best and most reliable driver training company in the world, we train drivers from novice to corporate drivers.
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Our online California Drivers Education course is state-approved and meets the state’s requirements as a 30-hour course, but you may finish sooner if you are a fast learner. Either way, you set your own pace and if needed, you can take as much time as you want. It’s entirely up to you! Our course is fully approved by the California DMV, and is designed to give you the knowledge and skills you need to get your learner’s permit and driver’s license. So, skip the classroom and take the course online.

o This course is 100% online and can be completed from your mobile device or computer. There is no need to download additional software or mobile apps.
o We provide a 100% money-back guarantee. If you request a refund within 30 days of purchase and prior to passing the final exam, we will refund your money, no questions asked.
o You can sign-in and sign-out whenever you want and we track your progress, so that when you return you can start where you left off.
o When you pass the final exam, your certificate will be printed and shipped for FREE by the next business day using First-Class mail. Standard delivery takes about 7 to 10 business days, but may be even faster. Expedited shipping options are also available.
o You will also receive a confirmation email with instructions on what to do next. We provide step-by-step instructions to make the process as easy as possible.


Step 1: Complete this online course.
Step 2: Make an appointment online to visit your local DMV office. You will need to bring the following:
o The confirmation number for your online application
o Your certificate of completion for this online course
o Proof of identity, Social Security Number, and California residency.
o DMV Class C License Fee ($37)
Step 3: Pass the vision exam and knowledge exam, and get your permit! Please note the following:
o The knowledge exam must be taken in person at your local DMV. It consists of 46 multiple-choice questions, and you must answer 37 correctly to pass.
o The provisional permit is not valid until you start your 6-hour behind-the-wheel driver training with an instructor or reach 17½ years old.

o This course is required to get a provisional instruction permit between the ages of 15 ½ and 17 ½, or to get a driver’s license before turning 18.
o You can also take this course if you just want to prepare for the Knowledge Exam.
o You must hold your instruction permit for 6 months to be eligible for a Provisional Driver’s License.
For more information on Driver’s License requirements, click here.
o If you have not completed drivers ed, you will not be able to get your license until age 18.

Our California Driver Education Course is designed to help you get your driver’s license fast and easy. By combining easy-to-learn text lessons with engaging animations and videos, you’ll be amazed at how quickly you’ll comprehend our course material. Our course is also divided into concise one-subject chapters so you’re able to concentrate on learning one subject at a time.

We understand that for most parents, the process of teaching their teen to drive can be full of stress and anxiety. So, let go of some of that stress and let us help. When your teen takes our online California drivers ed course, they get an online course that covers every critical aspect of driving that all California drivers need to know. Get started today and ensure that your teen has the knowledge they need to be a safe and responsible driver.
Once your teen has completed this online course and received their certificate of completion, you can prepare for the next steps in their training by reviewing the Parent-Teen Training Guide provided by the California DMV.

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• U.S. birth certificate • U.S. passport • U.S. Armed Forces ID cards • Certificate of naturalization • Permanent resident card • Foreign passport with a valid I-94

For a more complete list of acceptable documents, visit the California DMV Website.
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Getting your driver’s license means not only providing the right documents, but it means preparing mentally to take and pass your knowledge test. You could take practice tests and re-read the manual until you’re blue in the face, but the absolute best way to increase your chances of passing is to take a driver’s education course. If you’re a minor, it’s a requirement, so take a California DMV-approved online course that’s affordable and easily accessible.

Acceptable residency documents include:

  • Utility bill (including cell phone)
  • Insurance documents
  • California title or registration for a vehicle or vessel
  • Statement from a financial institution

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1. Cell Phones

Without a doubt, cell phones play the largest role in distracted driving accidents. As has become common in our culture, many people, especially teenagers, remain glued to their phones. This becomes a hazard when that behavior immediately detracts from the task at hand: paying full attention to the road.

According to a AAA survey, 48% of Virginians believed the biggest distraction for teens behind the wheel was the use of a mobile phone. With 76% of people ages 13-24 admitting that they’re addicted to their smartphones, this has serious implications for drivers.

TeenSafe ’s statistics about the consequences of these implications and actions are extremely serious. According to TeenSafe, Texting while driving increases a teen’s risk of being in an accident by 400%. Teens who text while driving are veering outside of their lane 10% more than if they were not distracted.

When driving, make sure to keep the phone out of your hands. In many cases, this is actually the law. Try keeping your phone in a place that isn’t within your immediate vision. Let friends or family know that you’re driving and won’t be able to respond while driving.

2. Passengers

It’s fun to start driving with friends and going on trips together, especially when combined with the thought of independence, but it’s not necessarily a great idea to pile everyone in and go.

According to the DMV, the accident rate greatly increases when other teens get involved. 18% of people surveyed by AAA also agreed that passengers were a source of distraction leading to accidents for teen drivers. The LA Times reports that 15% of accidents in their survey were due to drivers interacting with passengers.

3. Eating

We all get hungry, but lunchtime should wait until after you’re off the road.

The New York Daily News reports that eating is to blame for a huge number of traffic accidents, and for teens, the risk can only increase due to inexperience and other associated distractions. The biggest food culprits behind the accidents were reportedly soup, tacos, and hot dogs, all of which can and should be eaten while the car is parked.

Eat before or after driving to minimize the risk of a food-related car accident. These distractions can be prevented with some planning, so just make sure to think accordingly when decided your meal times.

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