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Here is an overview of how our easy program works!

An overview of our Texas program

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

Course Details:

This approved driver education course consists of 10 modules of instruction. These modules include 32 hours of classroom and 14 hours of behind-the-wheel driving instruction. Under Texas law, students are not permitted to spend more than 2 hours per day on the classroom portion and not more than 1 hour per day on the behind-the-wheel portion. Therefore, the entire course cannot be completed in fewer than 26 days.

After the completion of Module 1, the student must bring a completed DL-91A form (located in the PTDE packet) to the DPS in order to apply for his or her learners permit. The student must be at least 15 to get a learner's permit.

Exam Details:

There is a short quiz that follows each section of instruction. The quizzes are meant to prepare the student for the final exam, and may be taken as many times as necesssary in order to pass.

The final exam has two parts: the online classroom exam and the behind-the-wheel driving exam. The online exam has 90 questions and must be passed with a score of 75% or better. The behind-the-wheel driving exam is administered by the parent or guardian. Both parts must be passed in order to successfully complete this course.

Certificate Details:

Once the student has passed both the written and driving tests, we will issue the student a certificate of completion. This certificate, along with the necessary forms from the PTDE packet, must be presented at the DPS in order to apply for a driver's license. In order to be eligible for a license, the student must be at least 16 years of age and have held his or her learner's permit for at least 6 months.

Eligibility Details:

Any student between the ages of 14 - 17 may take this course; however, a student may not apply for a learner's permit until he or she is at least 15 years of age. Additionally, a student may not apply for a driver's license until they have held a learner's permit for at least 6 months AND the student must be at least 16 years of age.


Texas Driver's Ed

3 Easy Steps to Getting Your Texas Drivers License...

  1. Register for this course and request your driver ed packet from the DPS.
  2. Complete course module 1 to get your learners permit. Once you have your learners permit, finish the behind-the-wheel course modules with your parent/legal guardian.
  3. Take your driving test at the DPS and get your drivers license!

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Texas Online Driver Education and Texas Licensing Procedures

So you've taken your first step towards becoming a new driver in Texas? 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 Texas has implemented a graduated driver license program for Texas 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 Texas.

Texas Instruction Permit (Learner's Permit)

You may apply for an instruction permit in Texas after your 15th birthday. When you go down to the local driver's license office, be sure to take the following paperwork with you:

  • Certificate of completion of a state-approved drivers education course.
  • A valid form of ID (for a list of acceptable ID's, please visit the Texas DPS website)
  • Social Security card
  • Proof of current enrollment in and attendance of high school

At the driver's license office, you will first need to pass a vision screening test and then you will be given the written test. If you pass, you will be issued your instruction permit.

Instruction Permit--Restrictions:

  • You must drive with a licensed driver who is at least 21 years old who actively supervises your driving from the front passenger seat.
  • Everyone in the car must wear a seatbelt!

Texas Provisional License

  • You may apply for a provisional license if you meet the following requirements:
  • Have had your instruction permit for at least 6 months and maintained a safe driving record
  • Completed a state-approved drivers education course (which includes both classroom and behind-the-wheel instruction)

When you're ready to upgrade to a provisional license, head back down to the local driver's license office with the identification documents you took last time plus your instruction permit. You will be given a road test, and if you pass you will be issued your provisional license.

Provisional License--Restrictions:

  • Cell Phones may not be used while you are driving
  • Everyone in the car must wear a seat belt
  • You may have only 1 non-family passenger who's under 21 years of age riding in the car with you
  • You may not drive between the hours of 12 midnight and 5am unless you're driving to or from your job, a school-sponsored activity, or for a medical emergency.

After the first 6 months of having your provisional license, the above restrictions are lifted. And, after you turn 18, you may apply for your regular driver's license.

Texas 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 Texas is as follows:

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

Driving without the required amount of auto insurance is a crime. If you are found to be driving while uninsured, you risk losing your license and paying a hefty fine.

Texas Drunk Driving Laws

Drinking while under the influence of alcohol is strictly prohibited in Texas, and the law is strictly enforced.

Upon your FIRST Texas DUI conviction, you will face the following penalties:

  • Jail time ranging from 3 to 180 days (or 180 days to 2 years if a child under 15 is in the vehicle)
  • Suspension of your license anywhere from 90 days to 365 days
  • $2,000 fine ($10,000 if a child under 15 is in your vehicle)
  • $1,000 DWI surcharge penalty ($2,000 if a child under 15 is in the vehicle) each year for 3 years

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

Texas Cell Phone & Text-Messaging Laws

Texas law prohibits teen-aged drivers from using cell phones or other electronic devices while they are driving.

Texas Drivers Education

For more information on approved drivers education courses available to teen-age drivers in Texas, please visit the TX DPS website.


Does it matter what type of credit card I use to pay for the CyberEdDriverEd.com Texas online drivers education program?
No, you can use any major credit card for payment for the CyberEdDriverEd.com Texas online drivers ed course.
How can I be sure that the CyberEdDriverEd.com Texas online drivers ed certificate of completion arrives on time?
You can choose you preferred method of shipping at registration!  CyberEdDriverEd.com offers several convenient options for shipping your Texas certificate of completion, including regular US Mail and Federal Express.  If you select regular US Mail, your online Texas traffic school certificate will be delivered in 7-10 business days.  If you select Federal Express, you have the option of selecting 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 f you complete your online Texas traffic school course on a Friday, we offer Saturday Federal Express (by or before 12PM on Saturday). 

Is my personal information secure if I want to pay for the Texas online drivers ed course by credit card?
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 also offer several other payment methods for our Texas internet driver education course, including check and online check.
Do you offer any type of discount if I take the Texas internet drivers ed course?
Yes, we do.  The standard price for taking the CyberEdDriverEd.com Texas online drivers education course or new drivers course is $125.00, however a discounts may be available if you have a "refer a friend" discount code.

Is it possible for me to take the Texas CyberEdDriverEd.com internet drivers ed course if I am 16 years old?
It is possible.  In most states, you must be at least 15 1/2 to take drivers ed for your learners permit.  We recommend that you check with the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), Texas Department of Education, or Texas Department of Driver License Services to be sure that you are eligible to take Texas driver education.
If I sign up for the Texas CyberEdDriverEd.com internet drivers ed course, do I have to start the Texas internet drivers ed course right away and continue it until I complete it?
No.  Once you sign-up for the CyberEdDriverEd.com online drivers ed class, you can start the Texas learners permit course immediately or wait until later.  You can start-and-stop the Texas drivers ed course as often as you like -- at CyberEdDriverEd.com you set the schedule.
If I enroll in CyberEdDriverEd.com's Texas online drivers education course for new drivers, will I be rewarded with a discount on my Texas auto insurance policy?
It depends on which state you live in and which company you are insured with.  In some states, insurance carriers do offer insurance discounts to teen-aged drivers who successfully complete an online Texas drivers education course.  We recommend that you contact your insurance agent in Texas to see what, if any, discount you may qualify for by enrolling in CyberEdDriverEd.com's Texas online drivers education course.
If I want to take the Texas online driver education course from multiple computers, is that possible?
Yes. Multiple computers can be used to take the Texas online drivers ed course. If necessary, you can take part of the Texas online drivers ed course at school and part of the Texas learners permit course from home.  It’s totally up to you!
Are there any limitations on whether I can start and stop the CyberEdDriverEd.com Texas internet drivers ed course?
There are no limitations on how often you can start and stop the CyberEdDriverEd.com Texas internet drivers ed course.
Can you ship my Texas certificate within 24 hours after completing your Texas internet drivers ed course?
Yes, it is possible.  At registration, you can select your preferred method of shipping.  We do offer expedited shipping through Federal Express, and you can have your Texas certificate in as little as 24 hours.
How much time can I expect to spend on the Texas online drivers education course?
You can expect to spend 30 hours taking CyberEdDriverEd.com's Texas online course for new drivers.  However, in some states where timers are not required you may not have to spend an entire 30 hours taking the course.

Please be aware that while in some states CyberEdDriverEd.com is sufficient for fulfilling your state's driver education requirements, in other states CyberEdDriverEd.com is offered only as a supplement to the actual driver education and/or training you will receive at a state-approved driving school.  To find out if CyberEdDriverEd.com will meet your state's minimum driver education requirements, please contact your local DMV office.

If I haven’t yet completed the Texas online drivers' ed course can I ask for a refund?
Yes! If for whatever reason you find that you are unable to complete the Texas online learners permit course, you are always free to request a refund as long as it’s before your Texas certificate of completion has been shipped. This is a more forgiving policy than offered by our competitors, who do not allow refund requests after a certain point in the Texas internet driver education course.
Reading large amounts of online text has always been a problem for me. Does your Texas online drivers ed course have any options that will assist me?
Yes. All of the CyberEdDriverEd.com Texas online drivers ed courses fully comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The “Read Along” option is available in all of our Texas online driver education courses to ease the burden on those who have difficulty reading large amounts of printed text. It works by reading the Texas online learners permit course material aloud as you follow along with the online text.
How can I find out with absolute certainty if the Texas CyberEdDriverEd.com online drivers ed course for new drivers is approved by the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles?
The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) 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.  We recommend that you contact them directly. 
I have my Texas driver education certificate of completion. What else do I need in order to take the Texas learners permit test?
It depends on the specific rules of Texas.  We recommend that you call a Texas DMV office near you to inquire exactly what paperwork you will be required to show when you go to apply for your Texas learner's permit.
Do I need to be concerned if I do not answer all the questions correctly on the quizzes in the CyberEdDriverEd.com Texas online drivers ed course?
No, you do not need to be concerned.  If you do not pass a certain Texas online drivers ed course quiz, you will be allowed to go back and review so that you will be better prepared for the CyberEdDriverEd.com Texas online driver education course final exam.
My older sibling took the Texas driver education in a classroom. What's the difference between Texas classroom driver education and Texas online driver education?
The difference is simple: with Texas online drivers ed at CyberEdDriverEd.com, you don't have to sit in a classroom for hours at a time listening to a teacher.  CyberEdDriverEd.com allows students the freedom to learn how they want, where they want and when they want!  If your state does not approve online driver education, then you may be required to attend a Texas driver ed class.  If that's the case, the Texas driver ed course offered by CyberEdDriverEd.com makes an excellent supplementary learning tool that will further enhance the things you learn in the classroom.
What information will be requested for ID verification while I am taking the Texas online drivers ed course?
Although many states do not require us to verify the identity of our students, some states do.  If your state has this requirement (we’ll let you know if it does), it will likely take the form of us asking you personal questions at various times during the course.

Online Drivers Ed and Drivers License Courses Available in these Texas Counties:

Anderson Donley Kaufman Reagan
Andrews Duval Kendall Real
Angelina Eastland Kenedy Red River
Aransas Ector Kent Reeves
Archer Edwards Kerr Refugio
Armstrong El Paso Kimble Roberts
Atascosa Ellis King Robertson
Austin Erath Kinney Rockwall
Bailey Falls Kleberg Runnels
Bandera Fannin Knox Rusk
Bastrop Fayette La Salle Sabine
Baylor Fisher Lamar San Augustine
Bee Floyd Lamb San Jacinto
Bell Foard Lampasas San Patricio
Bexar Fort Bend Lavaca San Saba
Blanco Franklin Lee Schleicher
Borden Freestone Leon Scurry
Bosque Frio Liberty Shackelford
Bowie Gaines Limestone Shelby
Brazoria Galveston Lipscomb Sherman
Brazos Garza Live Oak Smith
Brewster Gillespie Llano Somervell
Briscoe Glasscock Loving Starr
Brooks Goliad Lubbock Stephens
Brown Gonzales Lynn Sterling
Burleson Gray Madison Stonewall
Burnet Grayson Marion Sutton
Caldwell Gregg Martin Swisher
Calhoun Grimes Mason Tarrant
Callahan Guadalupe Matagorda Taylor
Cameron Hale Maverick Terrell
Camp Hall McCulloch Terry
Carson Hamilton McLennan Throckmorton
Cass Hansford McMullen Titus
Castro Hardeman Medina Tom Green
Chambers Hardin Menard Travis
Cherokee Harris Midland Trinity
Childress Harrison Milam Tyler
Clay Hartley Mills Upshur
Cochran Haskell Mitchell Upton
Coke Hays Montague Uvalde
Coleman Hemphill Montgomery Val Verde
Collin Henderson Moore Van Zandt
Collingsworth Hidalgo Morris Victoria
Colorado Hill Motley Walker
Comal Hockley Municipal Judge City of Clyde Waller
Comanche Hood Nacogdoches Ward
Concho Hopkins Navarro Washington
Cooke Houston Newton Webb
Coryell Howard Nolan Wharton
Cottle Hudspeth Nueces Wheeler
Crane Hunt Ochiltree Wichita
Crockett Hutchinson Oldham Wilbarger
Crosby Irion Orange Willacy
Culberson Jack Palo Pinto Williamson
Dallam Jackson Panola Wilson
Dallas Jasper Parker Winkler
Dawson Jeff Davis Parmer Wise
De Witt Jefferson Pecos Wood
Deaf Smith Jim Hogg Polk Yoakum
Delta Jim Wells Potter Young
Denton Johnson Presidio Zapata
Dickens Jones Rains Zavala
Dimmit Karnes Randall