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You want California drivers ed that’s convenient and comprehensive. Our mobile-friendly course means parents don’t have to drive teens to class, and our bite-sized, interactive content keeps students engaged and learning. Our online California drivers ed is accredited by the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and completely replaces classroom drivers ed. Certificate of completion included!
Sign up for our DMV-approved California drivers ed for students ages 15.5 and up. If you want to try it out first, we offer the first few chapters free! The best California online drivers ed course has pictures, videos, memes, voiceovers, text, and pop-up questions – we like to mix it up and keep it interesting.
Our California permit course is 30 hours of entertaining content. It's all self-paced so you can start and stop as you like. Plus, it never expires. We'll mail you a Certificate of Completion for free once you're done with the course. Join the thousands of Aceable California drivers who love our online drivers ed.
Study for the DMV permit test with unlimited practice tests in-app. It's important that you prepare for the written exam before heading to the DMV. You'll need to get at least 38 out of 46 questions correct, and you have three chances to pass the test. If you fail, you must wait seven days before taking the test again.
Head to the DMV to ace your written test and get your permit! Make an appointment first, because the California DMV doesn't take walk-ins! You'll also need to provide a fingerprint and signature, pass a vision exam, and take a picture. With your California learner permit in hand, you're ready to start driving school.
Take your first two-hour lesson with a professional instructor at a traffic school, who will sign your permit. You can’t legally drive until you’ve had your first behind-the-wheel lesson with a professional instructor. After the first lesson, you can start on the 50 hours of behind-the-wheel instruction - 10 of which have to be at night. This can be done with an adult who is 25 years or older and has a valid California drivers license. You’ll also need to complete two more 2-hour lessons with a professional instructor (six total professional instructor hours) before you can get your license.
The next step is getting your drivers license, but there are some requirements before you can head to the DMV to take the test:
When you pass the test, your new drivers license will arrive in the mail. Until then, always have your interim license with you when you drive. While you are under the age of 18, there are some restrictions on your license. You can’t transport passengers who are under the age of 20 and you cant drive between 11pm and 5am.