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Here is an overview of how our easy program works!

An overview of our Montana program

We have everything you need to earn your Montana license online!

Our online driver education courses are fun, interactive, and convenient. Upon completion of our permit course, you can begin driving with an instructor.

Other course features:

  • Automatic progress tracking so you when you log off the system will pick up exactly where you left off
  • Unlimited access to review course material
  • Unlimited chances to pass your online final exam
  • DMV certificate of completion mailed directly to you
  • Try before you buy - take the entire course up until the final exam without paying

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Montana Online Driver Education and Montana Licensing Procedures

So you've taken your first step towards becoming a new driver in Montana? Congratulations!

As you probably already know, driving is a valuable skill, but can also be extremely dangerous. Therefore, to help new teen drivers develop safe driving habits during their first few years behind the wheel, the State of Montana has implemented a graduated driver license program for Iowa drivers who are under the age of 18.

We’ve summarized a few things you’ll need to know as you begin the process of becoming a licensed driver in Montana.

Montana Traffic Education Learners License (T.E.L.L.)

When you are 14 years and 6 months old, you are eligible to apply for a Montana T.E.L.L. so long as you are enrolled in a state-approved drivers education program. The T.E.L.L. fee is $35.50. This special license allows you to drive so long as you have your parent/guardian (who must be licensed to drive) sitting next to you in the front passenger seat, actively supervising your driving.

Montana Instruction Permit (aka--Learners Permit)

You will be eligible to apply for an instruction permit when you turn 15, provided you meet the following requirements:

  • Completed a state-approved drivers education program
  • Have your parents'/guardians' permission

When you are ready to get your instruction permit, head down to the local driver's license office with the following:

  • Written parental consent
  • Proof of Identity
  • Proof of Montana residency
  • Proof of authorized presence
  • Money for the license fee

For a complete list of paperwork/documents you are required to bring, please visit the Montana Dept. of Transportation (DOT) website.

After you receive your instruction permit, you may begin to practice driving but there are some restrictions you will have to follow:

  • If you are 15, you must drive with your parent/guardian (who must be a licensed driver) or a certified driving instructor sitting next to you in the front passenger seat, actively supervising your driving.
  • After you turn 16, the supervisor may be any licensed driver who is at least 21 years old
  • All passengers must wear seat belts

The Montana First-Year Restricted License

To become eligible for a first-year restricted license, you must meet the following requirements:

  • Have held your instruction permit for at least six (6) months and kept a clean driving record during that time
  • Completed at least 50 hours of supervising driving (10 of which must be at night). Keep a driving practice log.

When you're ready to "go for it", head back down to the local driver's license office with your instruction permit along with the same documents you took when you applied for your instruction permit, including a completed Graduated Driver Licensing Parent/Legal Guardian Certification from (a copy is available on the Montana DOT website), plus some money for the license processing fee.

In order to receive your first-year restricted license, you will need to pass a road test. After you receive your first-year restricted license, a few restrictions will still apply:

  • For the first 6 months, you may only carry 1 passenger unless you are supervised by a licensed driver who's 21 or older.
  • For the second 6 months, you may only carry 3 passengers unless you are supervised by a licensed driver who's 21 or older.
  • All passengers must wear seat belts
  • You may not drive between the hours of 11pm and 5am unless it's related to school, church, or farm-related activities

Please adhere to these restrictions! Failure to do so will result in 20-60 hours of community service upon the 1st violation and a 6-month license suspension upon your 2nd violation.

Once the date on the back of your first-year restricted license has passed, you will earn your full, unrestricted driver's license (provided you have kept a clean driving record).

Montana Auto Insurance & Financial Responsibility Laws

State law requires that you have at least a certain amount of auto insurance/liability coverage on any vehicle you drive. The minimum amount of liability coverage required in Montana is as follows:

  • $25,000--personal injury (1 person) per accident
  • $50,000--personal injury (2 or more persons) per accident
  • $10,000--property damage

Driving without auto insurance/liability coverage is a crime. If you are found to be driving while uninsured, you risk losing your license and paying a hefty fine. Upon the 2nd offense, you may spend time in jail.

Montana Drunk Driving Laws

Driving under the influence of alcohol is strictly prohibited in Montana--and this law is strictly enforced.

Upon your FIRST conviction of a Montana DUI, you will face the following penalties:

  • 2 days to 6 months in jail (or 12 months if carrying a passenger under 16 years of age in the vehicle)
  • A fine ranging from $300 to $1,000 (or $600 to $2,000 if carrying a passenger under 16 years of age in the vehicle)
  • 6-month suspension of your license
  • Installation of ignition interlock device on your vehicle
  • Chemical Dependency Education Course or Treatment

Further DUI violations will result in even more severe penalties, including extended time in prison, fines, and the revocation of your driver's license.

Montana Cell Phone & Text-Messaging Laws

There are currently no laws in Montana which prohibit the use of cell phones while driving.

Montana Drivers Education

Teen-aged drivers in Montana are required to complete a state-approved drivers education program. You can get more information including a list of approved drivers ed programs by visiting the Montana DOT website.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How can I pay the tuition fee for CyberEdDriverEd.com's Montana online drivers education for new teen drivers course?
You may make payment in the form of credit card or online check, or you may choose to mail in a payment by check or money order for the CyberEdDriverEd.com Montana online drivers ed course, but payment must be made prior to taking the final exam. 
Do you offer several Federal Express options for shipping the CyberEdDriverEd.com Montana internet drivers ed certificate of completion?
Yes!  At registration, you can select your preferred method of your Montana certificate of completion.  CyberEdDriverEd.com offers several different options for shipping, including regular US Mail and Federal Express.  If you select regular US Mail, your online Montana traffic school certificate will be delivered in 7-10 business days.  If you select Federal Express, you have several options! You can select Priority Overnight (by or before 10:30AM the next business morning), Standard Overnight (by or before 5PM the next business day), Second Day (by or before 5PM on the second business day), Express (by or before 5PM on the third business day), or Saturday delivery (by or before 12PM on Saturday) if you complete your online Montana traffic school course on a Friday.
If I want to take the CyberEdDriverEd.com Montana internet drivers ed course, can you confirm that my payment will be secure over the internet?
Yes! CyberEdDriverEd.com uses the very latest in SSL data encryption technology to make sure that your personal and payment information is 100% secure.   We offer several payment methods for our Montana internet driver education course, including credit card, check and online check.
What is the cost of your Montana online drivers ed course?
The CyberEdDriverEd.com Montana online drivers ed course or new drivers course is $30.00.  Discounts may be available if you have a "refer a friend" discount code.
Can the Montana DMV/DVS office tell me if I am old enough to take a Montana online drivers ed course?
We do recommend that you check with the Montana Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) or DVS, Montana Department of Education, or Montana Department of Driver License Services to make sure that you are old enough to take Montana driver education.  In most states, you must be at least 15 1/2 to take drivers ed for your learners permit. 
I’d like to take the Montana CyberEdDriverEd.com online drivers education course, but do I need to take the Montana internet drivers ed course all at one time?
No, you can set your own schedule! Once you sign-up for the CyberEdDriverEd.com online drivers ed class, you can start the Montana learners permit course immediately or wait until later.  You can start-and-stop the Montana online drivers ed course as often as you like !
Is it possible for my parents to receive a Montana insurance discount after I complete the Montana internet drivers ed course?
In some states, insurance carriers do offer insurance discounts to families with teens who take a Montana internet drivers education course.  If you are not sure if your Montana insurance provider offers discounts for Montana teen drivers, then your parents should ask before you enroll in this Montana internet drivers ed course.
Once I register for the Montana online driver education course, can I access it from anywhere?
Yes. Once you have registered for the Montana online drivers ed course, you can access the Montana online driver education course from anyplace you like. Any computer with internet access can be used!
Am I allowed to start and stop the CyberEdDriverEd.com Montana online drivers ed course at any time?
Yes!  CyberEdDriverEd.com Montana internet drivers ed course can be taken either at one sitting, or you may choose to start and stop the CyberEdDriverEd.com Montana internet drivers education course as often as needed.
After I finish the Montana internet drivers education course, do you offer overnight shipping for my Montana certificate of completion?
Yes, we do!  At registration you may select expedited shipping through Federal Express, and you can receive your Montana certificate in as little as 24 hours.
How much total time should I expect to have to set aside for the Montana online driver education course?
In total, about 30 hours of classroom instruction is what we offer you with our Montana online driver education course. However, in those states where timers are not required you may not have to spend the entire 30 hours taking the course.
Is it too late for me to get a refund on my Montana online driver education course now that I have started the Montana online drivers ed course?
Nope! As long as your Montana certificate of completion has not been shipped, it is not too late to ask for your money back on your Montana online driver education course. Compare this with our competitors, who will typically not honor refund requests after a certain point in the Montana learners permit course.
What should I do if I have trouble reading the large amounts of text contained in the Montana online driver education course? Does CyberEdDriverEd.com provide options that will make this less of a problem?
If you struggle to read large amounts of text, CyberEdDriverEd.com has made a special “Read Along” feature available. It works by reading the material aloud as you follow along with the Montana online drivers ed class text. You can order this feature when you register for the Montana online drivers ed class.
How do I know whether or not the Montana drivers education course CyberEdDriverEd.com offers to new drivers over the internet meets all Montana drivers education class requirements?
The Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) (or whichever state department maintains driving records in Montana) will be able to tell you whether CyberEdDriverEd.com will fulfill your state's driver education requirements or whether CyberEdDriverEd.com may be taken as a supplement to the driver education and/or training you will receive at a state-approved driving school.
What paperwork will they ask me for when I go to take the Montana learners permit test?

Different states require different documents from learner's permit applicants, although you most likely will be asked to show your completion certificate from a Montana driver education online or classroom course.  Many states require applicants to present additional paperwork including, but not limited to, a birth certificate, parental consent forms, or proof school enrollment forms.  To find out exactly what documents you should have with you when you go to take your Montana learner's permit test, CyberEdDriverEd.com recommends that you visit the Montana DMV website or call one of their local offices in your area.


Generally, you’re allowed to take the Montana learners permit test as soon as you have the following documents: the Montana driver education certificate of completion and the Montana driver training certificate of enrollment. Once you have these documents, you’re eligible to begin learning to drive and can go to the Montana licensing office in your area to take the Montana learners permit test. Again, this is a general rule and may not apply in Montana.

Will I be able to review the previous Montana online drivers ed course chapter material if I do poorly on one or more of the CyberEdDriverEd.com Montana online drivers ed course quizzes?
Yes, if you fail one or more of the Montana internet drivers ed course quizzes, you will be allowed to review the previous CyberEdDriverEd.com Montana online drivers ed course chapters. 
What sets the CyberEdDriverEd.com Montana online driver education course apart from all of the Montana classroom drivers ed courses?
What sets the Montana online drivers ed course at CyberEdDriverEd.com apart is that there's no need to worry that you'll be spending hours on end in a classroom listening to a lecture.  CyberEdDriverEd.com gives you the freedom to learn how you want, where you want and when you want!  If your state does not allow online driver education, then you may be required to attend a Montana driver ed class.  Even so, the Montana driver ed course offered by CyberEdDriverEd.com makes an excellent supplementary learning tool that will further reinforce what you learn in the classroom
Will I be expected to submit proof of ID as I’m taking the Montana online driver education course?
Only if you live in a state that requires it. If CyberEdDriverEd.com needs to verify your ID, it will probably take the form of personal questions we ask you during the registration process and at different points during the Montana online drivers ed course. Most states do not require ID verification, however, and we’ll inform you if yours does.