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Frequently Asked Questions

General FAQ’s

  1. How do I get started?

    Our Online course is Easy, Convenient, Affordable, State-Approved and the Fastest Way to Get Your Texas Permit & License. Here are a few simple steps you’ll need to complete before getting Behind-the-Wheel:

    • Register for our Online Parent Taught Driving Course
    • Request your PTDE Program Guide from the Texas Department of Licensing & Regulation (TDLR)
    • Complete Module 1 (6 Hours)
    • Pass your Permit Test (Included FREE of Charge)
    • Boom! Buckle Up & Proceed with Caution!

    Per state requirement, before beginning any Parent Taught Driving course, you MUST first receive your Parent Taught Driver Education (PTDE) Program Guide from the Texas Department of Licensing & Regulation. TDLR will charge a fee for the PTDE Program Guide, that is not associated with or included in our course fee.

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  2. Is this an “ONLINE” course and is the “Permit” test included?

    Yes, our course is Online & Mobile and also includes the Official Permit Test. START NOW 

  3. Can I register for this course if I live in a different Texas city or county from the one your course is based?

    Yes, our course is state approved for every city and county in Texas. GO 

  4. What does this course include?

    Our “All Inclusive” course is the Fastest, Easiest, Most Convenient, and Affordable Way to Get Your Permit & License.

    • 32 Hour Classroom Instruction (100% ONLINE)
    • 32 Hour Parent Teaching Tool (Modules 1-12)
    • 14 hours of Behind-the-Wheel Instruction (Module 13)
    • FREE “Official” Online Permit Test Included ($50 value)
    • FREE Permit Prep Tests Included ($50 value)
    • FREE Downloadable DE964 Certificate of Completion (Permit)
    • FREE Downloadable DE964 Certificate of Completion (License)
    • 32 Hour Classroom Log Sheet
    • 14 Hour Behind-the-Wheel Log Sheet
    • 30 Hour Behind-the-Wheel Practice Log Sheet
    • Videos & Interactive Test Questions
    • Unlimited Test Attempts
    • Android and Mac compatible
    • NO APP REQUIRED — Access ALL Course Materials Directly from our Website

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  5. Can I start now?

    Absolutely! If you’re 14 —17 years of age, you’re good-to-go, but don’t forget that before beginning any Parent Taught Driving course, you MUST first receive your Parent Taught Driver Education (PTDE) Program Guide from the Texas Department of Licensing & Regulation. TDLR will charge a fee for the PTDE Program Guide, that is not associated with or included in our course fee.

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  6. Does this course include the Permit test?

    YES, our course includes the “Official” Permit test at NO additional cost! Once ready, you’ll be able to take it at your convenience directly through our website.

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  7. When can I take my Permit test?

    You’ll be able to take your permit test, directly through our website, after completing Module 1 (6 hours) of our course.

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  8. What happens if I fail my permit test, do I have to pay again?

    No worries, our course includes UNLIMITED test attempts at no additional cost.

    However, per Department of Public Safety (DPS) testing regulations, you will be required to wait 24 hours before being able to retest.

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  9. What is a DE964 Certificate and is it included in this course?

    Yes, our course includes two DE964 Certificates, at no additional cost and in a convenient, downloadable format.

    • One (1) for the Learner License (Permit) and
    • One (1) for the Provisional License

    A DE964 Certificate of Completion is a legal document, required by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) as part of the Permitting & Licensing process for prospective teen drivers.

    In order to qualify for the two (2) DE964 Certificates of Completion required by DPS for the Permit and License applications, every Texas teen, ages 14-17, must enroll in a State-Approved Driver Education course, like ours, and meet specific course requirements.

    Once a student enrolls in our program and meets the specific course requirements, our interactive system will generate 2 separate, electronic DE964 certificates that parents are able to conveniently download directly from their student’s Dashboard; no waiting for the mail.

  10. How long is this course?

    Per state requirements, this course consists of 32 Classroom Hours of Instruction and 14 Hours of Behind-the-Wheel (In-Car) Instruction.

    There are an additional 30 Hours of Behind-the-Wheel Practice driving required, 10 of which MUST be completed at night.

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  11. What is the difference between the “Concurrent” and “Block” Method of Instruction?

    Concurrent Method of Instruction:

    The “Concurrent” Method of Instruction allows students, ages 15-17, to participate in both the Classroom and Behind-the-Wheel (In-Car) Instruction phases of a driver education course at the same time. However, a student may ONLY begin the Behind-the-Wheel (In-Car) Instruction after the student has met the minimum classroom requirements, passed the “Permit” test and obtained a Learner License (Permit) from the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS).

    Concurrent Method of Instruction - the student must meet the following requirements:

    • MUST be at least 15 years of age
    • MUST successfully complete Module 1 (6 Classroom Hours)
    • May NOT exceed 2 Hours of Classroom Instruction per day
    • MUST Pass the Class C Road Rules & Signs “Permit” Test
    • MUST be at least 15 years of age to apply for “Permit”
    • May begin the Behind-the-Wheel (In-Car) instruction, ONLY after Obtaining a Learner License “Permit” from the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS)
    • Boom! Buckle Up & Proceed with Caution!

    Please note that a student CANNOT receive any Behind-the-Wheel (In-Car) instruction before FIRST obtaining a valid Learner License (Permit) from the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS).

     

    Block Method of Instruction:

    The “Block” Method of Instruction requires students that are 14 years of age, at the time of enrollment, to successfully complete all 32 Hours of Classroom Instruction (Modules 1-12), pass the “Permit” test and obtain a Learner License (Permit) from the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) FIRST and BEFORE being allowed to receive any Behind-the-Wheel (In-Car) Instruction from their instructor.

    Block Method of Instruction - the student must meet the following requirements:

    • MUST be at least 14 years of age
    • MUST successfully complete Modules 1-12 (32 Classroom Hours)
    • May NOT exceed 2 Hours of Classroom Instruction per day
    • MUST Pass the Class C Road Rules & Signs “Permit” Test
    • MUST be at least 15 years of age to apply for “Permit”
    • May begin the Behind-the-Wheel (In-Car) instruction, ONLY after Obtaining a Learner license “Permit” from the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS)
    • Please note that a student that enrolls in a Driver Education course at age 14, MUST be enrolled into the Block Method of Instruction
    • Boom! Buckle Up & Proceed with Caution!

    Please note that a student CANNOT receive any Behind-the-Wheel (In-Car) instruction before FIRST obtaining a valid Learner License (Permit) from the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS).

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  12. How long do I have to complete the course?

    We allow login access for one (1) year from the date of registration into our course.

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  13. Will I be required to take the Permit test at DPS?

    NO, our course includes the “Official” Permit test at NO additional cost!

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  14. Who is eligible to take this course?

    Per the state, a Teen who meets the following requirements is eligible to take a Parent Taught Driver Education Course:

    • Must be ages 14 – 17.
    • Must be a current Texas Resident.
    • Must be currently enrolled in school (Public, Private or Homeschool):
    • If graduated, the student may present a High School Diploma or its equivalent

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  15. Am I eligible to take this Parent Taught Driver Education Course if I am Homeschooled or attend a Private School?

    Absolutely yes! Per the state, a Teen who meets the following requirements is eligible to take a Parent Taught Driver Education Course:

    • Must be ages 14 – 17.
    • Must be a current Texas Resident.
    • Must be currently enrolled in school (Public, Private or Homeschool):
    • Enrolled in a program to help them to pass the high school equivalency exam
    • May also present a high school diploma or its equivalent.

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  16. What happens if I turn 18 while enrolled in your course?

    No worries, if you enrolled into our course prior to your 18th birthday, you’re good-to-go!

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  17. Who is eligible teach this course?

    Per the state, the following individuals may qualify to teach this course.

    • A Parent or Step-parent
    • A “Legal” Guardian
    • A Foster parent
    • A Grandparent or Step-grandparent
    • Legal Guardian

    Note that there are additional requirements*

    Additionally, a parent, legal guardian, or a judge of a court with jurisdiction over the student can designate a person, who meets the following requirements, to instruct the course:

    • Is at least 25 years old;
    • Does not charge a fee for conducting the course; and
    • Has at least seven (7) years of driving experience

    Note that the State of Texas has additional requirements*

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  18. What is the difference between this course and a “Classroom” course?

    There is no difference, in terms of course content and state approval, however, we’ve been at this for a minute…our course is “All Inclusive,” Online, Mobile, More Convenient, Much Less Expensive and the Fastest Way to Get Your Permit & License!

    Plus, we are Texas Owned & Based… Howdy!

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  19. Are there any additional requirements aside from completing this course?

    Yes:

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  20. Are there any additional fees not included or associated with this course?

    Yes, the Texas Department of Licensing & Regulation (TDLR), will charge a separate fee (currently $20) for the PTDE Program Guide.

    The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) will charge a separate fee for the Learner License and a fee for the Provisional License.

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Technical Support

  1. I don’t remember my username, what should I do?

    No worries, the username is always the registered student’s first name, middle initial (if any) and last name (lowercase and one word).

    For example, John Q Doe = johnqdoe (username). We do not have access to passwords, but you can reset your password by clicking here.

    Note that the “password, reset link” will be sent to the email address noted in your registration information.

    If you are unable to Login, you are NOT enrolled in our course and we recommend that you refer to your receipt and contact the company that is noted on your receipt.

  2. I don’t know my password, what should I do?

    No worries, Click HERE to SET your password.

    Note that the “password, reset link” will be sent to the email address noted in your registration information.

  3. My account is (Blocked) for "too many failed attempts." What should I do?

    No worries, this is a security protocol initiated by your network, browser and/or device, designed to prevent unauthorized access to your account. Please note that this is not something that we can “reset” or “unblock” on our end, as it is not initiated by us. You can either attempt to login using a different network or wait until the “blocked” time expires.

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