The DMV requires that you bring: A Certificate of Completion for Drivers Education – (DL 400C), Certificate. Please know that your parent/guardian must sign your certificate (DL 400C) acknowledging that your provisional permit will not be valid until you start your behind the wheel training with an instructor. A six hour behind the wheel course is required to obtain your Driver’s License. You will need a proof of birthdate and proof of residency, for a list of valid documents please use the following DMV link "Driver License information for New Drivers" Social security number and an Application for Drivers License Form DL44 signed by both parents.
You must be 15 ½ years old to obtain your drivers permit.
You may take the course at 15 years of age.
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You may contact us during our business hours.
You may take the tests as many times as you need to for no additional charge. How can you fail?
Yes 12 months from the start date. Please read the policy at the time of enrollment for any additional fees.
When you have successfully completed this course, a Certificate of Completion of Drivers Education (DL 400C) will be mailed to you within 48 hrs of the completing date. Unless other arrangements are made.
YES! This course has been fully reviewed and accepted by the California DMV.
Driving: A privilege, not a right
Operating a motor vehicle is a serious responsibility
Obeying the literal interpretation of the law
Common courtesy is a key to traffic safety
Importance of driver education
History of the automobile
Unit 1 Test
Human Physical nature of the driver
Psychological nature of the driver
Drugs and alcohol, in brief
Unit 2 Test
Natural forces affecting driving, general
The Force of Gravity
The law of Inertia
The force of friction
Forces in a crash
Unit 3 Test
Recognizing traffic signs
Recognizing traffic lights
Unit 4 Test
Scope of Vehicle Code
Driver licenses and the vehicle code
Types of driver licenses and permits
Obtaining a California driver license
Requirements of licensed drivers
Actions taken against drivers and their licenses
Vehicle registration and the vehicle code
Automobile ownership: responsibility and registration
Unit 5 Test
Vehicle systems and components
Legal use of safety equipment
Economic operation of a motor vehicle
Purchase and financing a vehicle
Protecting yourself and your vehicle
Unit 6 Test
Issues of particular importance in urban driving
Driving on open roads
Unit 7 Test
Traffic accidents, introduction
Traffic accidents, physical factors
Traffic accidents, psychological factors
Traffic accidents, driver behavior
Emergency situations, general
Emergency situations, mechanical failure
Emergency situations, other
Emergency breakdowns on the roadway
Hazardous weather and other natural phenomena
Accident avoidance and prevention
Accident avoidance, defensive driving
Accident avoidance, specific types of collisions
Protecting yourself in an unavoidable accident
Procedures when involved in an accident
Emergency scenes, when you are not involved
Unit 8 Test
Sharing the road with pedestrians
Sharing the road with school busses
Sharing the road with bicyclists
Sharing the road with animals
Sharing the road with large trucks
Sharing the road with slow moving vehicles
Sharing the road, work zones
Sharing the road with emergency vehicles
Sharing the road with motorcycles
Sharing the road with trains
Sharing the road with light trolleys and light
Sharing the road through carpooling
Sharing the road when lane usage changes
Unit 9 Test
Alcohol and its effect on driving
Drugs and their effect on driving
Avoiding accidents involving drugs and alcohol
Unit 10 Test