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. For a list of valid documents needed to process your application please use the following DMV link "Standard License or Real ID License"
You must be 15 ½ years old to obtain your drivers permit.
You may take the course at 15 years of age.
Absolutely not! All information will be kept confidential.
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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 purchased 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 during regular business days. Unless other arrangements are made.
YES! This course has been fully reviewed and accepted by the California DMV.
1. Driving is Your Responsibility
1.1 Driver's License: A Privilege
1.2 Obeying the Laws
1.3 Importance of Driver's Education
1.4 The New Cellular Phone Laws
1.5 Smoke-Free Cars
1.6 History of the Automobile
1.7 Chapter 1 Test
2.The Human Factors Affecting the Driver
2.1 The Eyes and Vision
2.2 The Ears and Hearing
2.3 Other Limiting Physical Conditions
2.4 Essential Attitudes
2.5 Undesirable Driving Behaviors
2.6 Chapter 2 Test
3.Natural Forces Affecting the Automobile
3.2 Inertia and Energy
3.3 Momentum and Friction
3.4 Centrifugal Force
3.5 Chapter 3 Test
4.Signs, Signals and Highway Markings
4.1 Traffic Signs: Shapes and Colors
4.2 Traffic Control Signs
4.3 Traffic Regulatory Signs
4.4 Highway and Road Markings
4.5 Curb Markings
4.6 Chapter 4 Test
5.The Vehicle Systems
5.1 Construction of the Automobile
5.2 The Steering Wheel and Dashboard
5.3 The Windshield and Mirrors
5.4 Car Safety Equipment
5.5 Vehicle Maintenance
5.6 Owning and Operating Cost and Safety Measures
5.7 Chapter 5 Test
6.Rules of the Road and Safe Driving Practices
6.1 Defensive Driving
6.2 Basic Speed Law
6.3 Proper Lane Use
6.4 Safe Driving Practices: Intersections
6.5 Safe Driving Practices: Passing
6.6 Backing Up, Parallel Parking, Three-Point Turn
6.7 Chapter 6 Test
7.Sharing the Road and Accident Prevention
7.1 Tips for Sharing the Road When Driving
7.2 Causes of Accidents: Overview
7.3 Factors that Cause Accidents
7.4 Mechanical Failure: Causes and Prevention
7.5 Roadway: Causes and Prevention
7.6 Vehicle Safety Features Applications
7.7 Chapter 7 Test
8.Alcohol and Drugs and Driving
8.1 Alcohol as a Drug
8.2 Alcohol and the Human Body
8.3 Effects of Alcohol on the Body Organs
8.4 Identifying Drunk Drivers
8.5 Alternatives to Drinking and Driving
8.7 DUI Laws
8.8 Chapter 8 Test
9.Licensing, Registrations and California Vehicle Codes
9.3 California Vehicle Codes
9.4 Chapter 9 Test
10.Acquiring a California Driver's License
10.1 Process in Obtaining a California Driver's License
10.2 California License Class
10.3 Other Licensing Information
10.4 California Identification Card
10.5 Chapter 10 Test
11.1 Final Test