Online Drivers Ed


Our online programs let students start and stop the online Drivers Ed program at their convenience.

Not all online programs are created are equal.  In fact, most are outdated and let students rush through a program that looks like it was built in 2000.  We hand selected the best and most engaging course in the country for those busy teens who need a convenient alternative to our classroom program.

Our online Drivers Ed programs are mobile-friendly so students can complete Drivers Ed requirements from their home desktop computer, laptop or smartphone.

  • When you sign up for our online program and take driving lessons with us, you can also take your road test at one of our locations.
  • Not all online programs let you avoid the hassle of the DDS. We’re a one-stop shop to get your license.
  • Meets all Joshua’s Law requirements, certified by the Georgia Dept. of Driver Services
  • Permit not required for 30-hour course
  • Students receive a certificate of completion at the end of the online course

Acceptable option for super busy teens:
Online Drivers Ed with in-car driving lessons

Students are able to start and stop the online program to fit their individual schedules. For this reason, our online options may be the perfect fit for active teens-on-the-go.

Upon registration, course login information will be sent to you within 72 hours.

Features a flexible start/stop option for busy teens.
Online Basics


  • 30-hour online Drivers Ed course
  • Flexible program allows for start/stop option
  • Satisfies Joshua's Law
  • 6 hours of in-car lessons
Online Essentials


  • 30-hour online Drivers Ed course
  • Flexible program allows for start/stop option
  • 6 hours of in-car lessons
  • Includes an on-site road test (save $49)
Fine Print
  • Students 14 years or older may begin online drivers ed course.
  • Learner's permit required for in-car lessons, but not for online drivers ed course.

To get started, please select a location below to register for an online Drivers Ed package.

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