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Summer Sessions from 9:00AM to 4:00PM
Session 1 - Mon. June 15, Tue. June 16,  Wed. June 17, and Thur. June 18 - At Cypress Location
Session 2 - Mon. June 29, Tue. June 30, Wed. July 01, Thur. July 02 - At Los Alamitos High School 
Session 3 - Mon. July 20, Tue. July 21,  Wed. July 22, and Thur. July 23 - At Cypress Location

                                                            Session 4 - Mon. August 17, Tue. August 18,  Wed. August 19, and Thur. August 20 - At Cypress Location

Session 2 is managed by Los Alamitos Education Foundation (click here for more details and to register)

about this course

This teen Driver's Education program is approved by the DMV to comply with all California requirements to be able to get a instructional permit. This course consist of 10 units total with videos interaction, instructor lectures, quizzes and driving simulators. If selected it also includes the six (6) hours behind-the-wheel training conducted in conformance with the California Code of Regulations in order to get a driver license(FREE pickup and drop-off from home, school or work is available for behind the wheel training).

The course has 10 units with video interaction, instructor lectures, quizzes and driving simulators. 

The following certificates will be issued to you once this course is completed.
Certificate of completion of driver education (Form DL400B). This certificate is needed to get your learning permit at the DMV.
Certificate of completion of behind-the-wheel driver training (Form DL400D). This certificate is needed to get your driving road test at the DMV.
These certificates satisfy the DMV requirements for teens under 18.

Course Outline

First day of class
UNIT 1: Driving Responsibilities.
UNIT 2: Human Physical and Physiological Issues

Second day of class
UNIT 3: The Effects of Natural Forces on Your Vehicle.
UNIT 4: Signs, Signals and Road Marking

Third day of class
UNIT 5: Licensing, Registration & The Vehicle Code.
UNIT 6: Vehicle Components & Systems.
UNIT 7: Rules of The Road & Safe Driving Practices (Urban and Rural Driving)

Fourth day of class
UNIT 8: Accidents, Causes, and Prevention.
UNIT 9: Sharing the road.
UNIT 10: Alcohol & Drugs

This are flexible days; if for any reason you cannot attend to any of this dates, just look at the next week schedule to make up the units you have missed.



This is a 30 Hour Drivers Education Course as outlined and approved by the California Department of Motor Vehicles. It is very easy to use, you simply log into the web site and enroll or, you can call us and register on the phone and begin immediately! When you register, you can choose your own password and username and gain access to the course.

The course is divided into 11 chapters, with video interaction and video clips throughout. Once you finish each chapter you will have a short quiz to test your knowledge. You must get a mandatory 75% to move to the next chapter. When you pass the quiz you will able to save your score, if you missed too many questions, you will be able to go back and read over the material and retake the quiz. The computer will grade the tests and you will know immediately if you have passed.
Upon successful completion of the driver education course, we will send the original certificate of completion to you. Your fee for the course includes the entire program and the driver education completion certificate.
We created our online driver ed course to be as convenient and interesting as possible. We have included interactive games and videos to keep you learning while actually enjoying your time on our site. You work at your own pace around your own schedule. If you leave the site, your information and test scores will be saved, so you can log back in anytime and continue with the course.
The following certificate will be issued to you once you have completed this course, certificate of completion of non-classroom driver education (DL 400C).


Session 2 - April Monday 6, Tuesday 7, Wednesday 8, Thrusday 9
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