Driver Education is the 30 hour state required course for students to obtain their provisional instruction permit. All classes are from 8:30am – 3:30pm.
The basic purpose of Driver Education is to provide the opportunity for every student to acquire the knowledge and develop the attitudes that will help them to be a safer driver of an automobile, bicyclist, and pedestrian. Driver Education will emphasize defensive driving strategies, traffic laws, and driver responsibilities, etc. The completion of the course will prepare students to obtain their instruction permit.
Driver Education can be completed by taking the :
Both Economic Driving School courses are approved by the California Department of Motor Vehicles.
You may select Driver Education classroom locations at high schools or community centers.
|Driver Education Registration Forms for high school locations.|
|Driver Education community center links|