Instructor Taught Drivers Ed (Teen Drivers Ed Online) – Satisfies the 32 hour classroom instruction requirement only. The 14 hours of behind-the-wheel training MUST be completed with a local driving school in your area. Keep in mind that you are still responsible for paying the driving school fees.
Students ages 14-17 are eligible to take Parent-Taught Drivers Ed/Teen Drivers Ed.
Does the course include written exam?
Yes! Our course includes the official DPS written exam. We will send your a permit certificate once you complete the first six(6) hours of the course.
What is a VOE?
Verification of Enrollment – is a legal form obtained through the students high school attendance office that proves the students successful attendance.
How many hours can I complete in one day?
State law allows teens to complete a maximum of two(2) hours of class instruction per day.
What happens after passing written exam?
Step 1: Complete first six(6) hours of DrivingQuest course.
Step 2: Submit permit certificate to DPS
DE-964 Certificate (DrivingQuest)
Verification of Enrollment (VOE)
Social Security Card & Birth Certificate
Two(2) utility bills showing proof of address.
Step 3: Finish remaining hours of DrivingQuest course.
Step 4: Finish Driving hours with a local driving school.
Step 4: Complete ITTD course (Impact Texas Teen Driver)
Step 6: PASS DRIVING TEST & Get License!
Will I receive permit certificate after first six hours?
Yes. Your permit certificate will be issued out within 1-2 hours after completing Unit 6. If you did not receive your certificate via email please contact 877.900.0030.in 1-2 hours after completing. If you did not receive your certificate via email please contact 877.900.0030.
What is ITTD course?
Impact Texas Teen Driver course – is a 2 hour course required after completing the 32 hour classroom course and 44 hours of behind the wheel training. BUT this course must be complete BEFORE the road test.