While putting your teen through driving school for the first (and hopefully only) time is certainly a daunting thought for many parents out there, your ability to be the instructor will hopefully provide you a with decent peace of mind; after all, were it my teen, I would much rather be out on the road with them, making sure they’re following the rules and providing a bit of my own insight, then trust them with a stranger.
- A viable source for teen online driver’s ed in 11 states so far, Safe2Drive also has something that many other online driver’s education courses do not.
- It also has something that many other online driver’s education courses do not; the ability for you – the parent, guardian, etc. – to be the instructor.
- First of all, in order to even opt in for this option, your teen has to be between the ages of 14 and 17, and they must complete the course before they turn 18.
“Registering for the course is easy – the only downside is that you have to wait for your instructor’s packet to arrive from DPS after you’ve ordered it before you are able to begin.”