Illinois residents age 18-20 can now get a driver license faster than ever before with Aceable, the only Secretary of State certified adult drivers education course available through a mobile app or on the web. No classroom instruction required. You can take the Aceable's six-hour online adult driving course at your own pace and switch between devices with ease. Aceable offers the shortest and easiest online adult driving course allowed by Illinois law, so you can get drivers education over with and earn your license fast. Try free and purchase the full course when you're ready. What are you waiting for? You could be a licensed Illinois driver in no time!
All you have to do to get started is sign up for online Illinois drivers education with Aceable on the web or in our app. Our course is fully authorized by the Illinois Secretary of State (DMV) and takes just six hours to complete.
Move through the course at your own pace, whenever and wherever you want! You can take breaks when you need and pick back up again from any device. When you finish the course, we'll send your completion information to the Illinois Secretary of State. You should receive an emailed completion certificate within 24-72 hours.
Head to the the nearest state driver services facility with your completion certificate and other required documents to take both the written knowledge exam and behind-the-wheel test. If you're not ready to take the driving test quite yet, you can get your adult permit and practice with other licensed adults until you're ready to go back and get your unrestricted license.
After you ace the written knowledge test and and driving test, you're all set to get your driver license. The open road is yours at last! Don't forget to buckle up!
Yes, we are 100% approved by the Illinois Secretary of State office. Aceable is the easiest and most convenient way for Illinois adults to meet state requirements for drivers ed.
While the course doesn't expire, the state of Illinois does require that you complete the course within 30 days of beginning it. The course is only six hours, though, so we're sure you'll be able to finish it within this time.
There are 11 levels in the course. At the end of each level is a ten-question multiple choice test. You'll need to score at least 75% or better in order to pass and go on to the next level. If you fail a level assessment, you can take it again. There is no limit on how many times you can take a level assessment and you don't have to pay again to take a level assessment more than once.
At the very end of the course is a 20-question final exam. You'll must score at least 75% or better in order to pass the course and receive a Certificate of Completion. You have two chances to pass the final exam. According to the state of Illinois, you fail the course if you are unable to pass the final exam within two tries. Unfortunately, Illinois requires that in these situations you repurchase the course and start from the very beginning again.
You aren't required to show proof of a set number of behind-the-wheel practice hours completed. However, you do need to take a driving test in order to get your license. Therefore, if you've never been behind-the-wheel or aren't quite comfortable with your driving skills, it's recommended that you get a permit before getting your license. That way you can practice driving before taking the driving test.
When you complete your six-hour course (11 levels), Aceable will send your completion information to the Illinois Secretary of State (ILSOS). Within 24-72 hours, the ILSOS will email you a Certificate of Completion. You'll need to print out a copy of this certificate to present at the Driver Services Facility when you get your license. Since your certificate will be emailed to you, it's important that you provide Aceable with an accurate email address that you have access to easily. If there's a mistake on your Certificate of Completion, please contact us at here. We'll work quickly with the ILSOS to correct your certificate. If you are an Aceable student who is 21 years old or older, you don't have to wait for a Certificate of Completion. You can go straight to the Driver Services Facility whenever you're ready and take the vision, written, and driving tests there.