No matter which path you take, whether through our parent taught education or a classroom setting, the state requires all students to complete 30 hours of online or classroom training and 55 hours of actual behind-the-wheel training. The advantage of taking our course is that you can learn the material at your own pace, at any location that has an Internet connection!
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- What’s the difference between an intermediate drivers license and an unrestricted drivers license?
- How do I get my Oklahoma learners permit?
- What if I don’t pass the Oklahoma online drivers ed final exam?
- What do I need to do to get my Oklahoma drivers license?
- How does I Drive Safely’s online drivers ed course work?
- How do I get an Oklahoma learners permit?
- Is doing an online course/parent-taught instructor a faster way to complete driver education?
- What is the Oklahoma parent-taught drivers education course? Who can participate?
- How do I pay for the course?