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California Driving School

  • CONVENIENTComplete your California driver education online from your computer, tablet, or smartphone.
  • FUNLess boring text and more engaging videos and memes.
  • FASTWe want to get you in, out, and safely on the road.
  • LEGITOur courses are approved by the California DMV.

Choose your Driver’s Ed or Traffic School Course

Regular $50.00 with Promo $30.00
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  • Earn your permit with this California DMV-approved course
  • Complete driver’s ed online - even from your smartphone
  • 1 free month of Allstate® Roadside Services (optional)*
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Regular $29.00 with Promo $19.00*
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  • Mask a California traffic ticket with Aceable’s online driving school
  • Fast and fun coursework to help you enjoy the class and get back on the road quickly
  • Course completion electronically filed with the DMV - no hassle on your end
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Everything You Need to Know About California Driving School

FAQ

WHERE CAN I TAKE THE ONLINE CALIFORNIA DRIVER’S ED COURSE?

Whether you are in San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, or anywhere in between, you can complete the online course from the comfort of your home. In fact, with our mobile-friendly course design, you can complete the course from your smartphone anywhere, even if you’re traveling out of state.

WHAT HAPPENS IF I FAIL A LEVEL ASSESSMENT OR FINAL EXAM IN MY DRIVER’S ED COURSE?

No sweat! With Aceable, you can take your level assessments and course final as many times as you need. These assessments and exams make great study guides for the written test you’ll have to pass at the California DMV to get your permit.

WHEN CAN I GET MY PERMIT?

In California, you can get your permit as young as 15 and a half years old. You just need to complete all 30 hours of your Aceable California Driver’s Ed course. As soon as you get your completion certificate from us in the mail, you can head to the DMV to take your permit test and get your permit.

WHEN CAN I GET MY LICENSE?

You must be at least 16 years old to get your California driver’s license. But there are several other requirements to meet besides just turning 16. If you’re underage, you also need to:

  • Have held your permit for at least six months.
  • Complete three two-hour lessons with a professional driving instructor.
  • Complete 50 hours of behind-the-wheel practice with your parents or guardians.
DO I HAVE TO TAKE DRIVING LESSONS FROM A PROFESSIONAL DRIVING INSTRUCTOR?

In California, professional driving instructor requirements depend on your age:

  • If you’re 15.5 - 17.5 years old, you need three two-hour lessons with a pro driving instructor. You start with an introductory two-hour lesson from the pro, then you can start on the required 50 hours of behind-the-wheel practice with your parent or guardian. You just need to finish your other two lessons with your pro instructor at some point before you can get your license.
  • If you’re 17.5 - 18 years old, you can skip the instructor and practice with a licensed CA driver who’s at least 25 years old.
  • If you’re 18 or older, you can practice with any licensed CA driver who’s 18 or older.
HOW DO I FIND A BEHIND-THE-WHEEL DRIVING INSTRUCTOR?

You’ll want to find a licensed, local driving instructor. If you live in San Jose, you don’t want to have to go all the way to Sacramento for your driving lessons! The California DMV makes it easy to look up licensed driving schools for in-car training based on your city.

ARE THERE RESTRICTIONS FOR TEENAGE DRIVERS IN CALIFORNIA?

If you’re under 18, you can''t drive with passengers who are under 20 years old, and you can''t drive between 11 pm and 5 am.

HOW TO GET YOUR CALIFORNIA DRIVER’S LICENSE

STEP 1: SIGN UP FOR ACEABLE’S CALIFORNIA DRIVER EDUCATION COURSE

Our online California driver’s ed course is DMV-approved for students ages 15.5 and up.'

STEP 2: TAKE THE COURSE

Our California driver’s ed course is an entertaining 30 hours of videos, memes, and pop-up quizzes. Work through the course at your own pace, around your schedule. You can even work from your smartphone whenever you have a few minutes of downtime. Finish strong with the course final exam. And no pressure; you can retake it as many times as you need.

STEP 3: STUDY FOR YOUR CALIFORNIA DMV TEST

With Aceable, you get unlimited in-app practice tests to help you study for the written test you’ll need to pass at the DMV. If you don’t pass on the first try, don’t worry. You just study for 7 days, then try again. You get up to three attempts.

STEP 4: GET YOUR CALIFORNIA LEARNER’S PERMIT

Along with passing your written DMV exam, you’ll also need to pass a vision exam, provide a fingerprint and signature, and get your photo taken. With your California learner permit in hand, you're ready to start behind-the-wheel training.

STEP 5: START BEHIND-THE-WHEEL TRAINING

If you’re under 17 and a half, you need to take six total hours of in-car training with a professional driving instructor in addition to the 50 hours of behind-the-wheel instruction all teen drivers need to complete. Don’t forget to save 10 of your 50 practice hours for after dark!

STEP 6: GET YOUR CALIFORNIA DRIVER’S LICENSE

When you’ve had your permit for at least six months and completed all your required training, you’re ready to take your behind-the-wheel driving test to get your driver’s license. If you don’t pass on your first try, don’t worry; lots of people take multiple tries. You just need to take two weeks to practice some more, then come back for another try. You get three tries to pass. If you fail your driving test, you must wait two weeks before you can take it again. You have three chances to pass. As soon as you pass, you can leave the DMV with your interim license; your new official driver’s license will arrive in the mail shortly after your DMV visit.

Aceable Is Here for All Your California Driving Needs

Whether you’re an adult in Los Angeles that is looking to dismiss a traffic ticket or a teen in San Francisco starting their driver’s ed, Aceable is here for any information you’re looking for. Learn more about the licensing process in your California city and we’ll help you get on the road:

Step-by-Step Guide to California Traffic School

What Should I Know Before My California DMV Test?

What Do I Need to Get My Drivers License in Los Angeles, California?

4 Steps to Get Your Drivers License in San Francisco, California