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!
Articles in this section
- 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?