Driver’s Education

Driver education is one of the most important classes anyone will take during their life.

Driver’s education, driver’s ed, or driving tuition is a formal class or program that prepares a new driver to obtain a learner’s permit or driver’s license. It may take place in a classroom, in a vehicle, online, or a combination of the above. Topics of instruction include traffic code or laws and vehicle operation. Typically, instruction will warn of dangerous conditions in driving such as road conditions, driver impairments, and hazardous weather. Instructional videos may also be shown, demonstrating proper driving strategies and the consequences for not observing the rules.

Education is intended to supplement the knowledge obtained from government-printed driving handbooks or manuals and prepares students for tests to obtain a driver’s license or learner’s permit. In-car instruction places a student in a vehicle with an instructor. A car fitted with dual controls, which has pedals or other controls on the passenger side, may be used.

DMV Practice Tests

A DMV PRACTICE TEST is a preliminary exam that provides insight that is pretty close to what an actual DMV TEST looks like.  This practice test allows for the test taker to know what questions are asked, how to study, and what are some of the tricks that should be known prior to taking the actual written exam.

Truck Driver Licenses

A commercial driver’s license (CDL) is a key that can open plenty of doors to professional opportunities.  A specific license and exam is required in order to qualify for a license classification that meets the requirements to drive a commercial vehicle, such as a truck.  This information can further be found at your Local DMV, RMV, or BMV agencies, respectively.

New Driver Preparation

Taking new driver preparation courses are specifically required, such as Behind The Wheel, etc, in order to obtain the Learners Permit.  Once this permit is secured, then a time period passes where you will qualify for an actual written exam, typically.  This test Behind The Wheel provides is a real life driving experience with an instructor that will help guide and show the new driver, the rules and the requirements of the road.

Written Test

The Actual Written tests at the DMV, RMV, or BMV, provides the actual test exam that qualifies you, the new driver, the either pass, or come back and re-take the exam.  This exam is the preliminary stage in order to get your license.  The more practice, the better, so you can get the best score on the first or second shot.

Mature Driver classes

There are mature driver classes that specific aged individuals can take in order to qualify for discounted insurance rates.  Try checking with your Insurance Policy Carrier to see if they offer incentives for Mature Driver Education classes.

Speeding Tickets

If you have experienced a Speeding Ticket, you will have to determine what situation you were in and proceed accordingly.  If you feel you were wrongfully accuses of speeding or for any circumstance where you feel you do not deserve to be issued the Speeding Tickets, you have the opportunity to dispute the ticket, by following the court process in order to provide your written declaration in person or by mail, and where other steps follow accordingly.  If you are interested in this procedure, make sure you fight the Right SPEEDING TICKET ATTORNEY who can show you the options and choices you have.

Behind The Wheel

Behind The Wheel course is a class that is taken with an instructor, mandated in order to qualify for a license.  To the minimum, these are one of the courses required and pre-requisite for a new driver.

Traffic School

If you have experienced a Traffic Incident where you received a Traffic Citation, you may have an option to take Traffic School online or Traffic School offline.  This helps you re-practice and learn the issues you may have experienced just in case you may have missed a key rule during your original process of obtaining your license to drive a vehicle.  This Traffic School course reminds you and gives you an opportunity to take the educational class and pass where you will be serving as a qualification to move on.  Depending on the infraction, you will have to either obtain points on your record or potentially receive no points, depending on the course and the amount of Speeding Tickets or Citations you have already on your record.  In some cases, if you have already experienced Traffic School within a 18 month period, you cannot qualify for Traffic School, unless the Judge is willing to grant you.

Defensive Driving

Defensive Driving is a technique where a Driver is already on alert, because, a driver typically doesn’t know what the surrounding vehicles are thinking and what they are capable of causing, which can be a hazard, and therefore, for mitigation of a potential conflict of interest, DEFENSIVE DRIVING is a good way of approaching vehicles do you know to be alert and aware.