Texas Approved Adult Drivers Ed

Are you between 18-24 and looking to get you drivers license for the first time? The state of Texas now requires that you take an approved adult drivers ed course before being issued a license. Although this may sound complicated, it actually makes it easier and faster than taking a standard driver education course.

We offer a state approved Texas adult drivers ed course online through TEA school #C2876 which takes 6 hours to finish and it’s only $48.00.  You can take the course today and get your license as soon as tomorrow. Hows that for easy?


About our Adult Drivers Ed Course

The course is as easy as 1.2.3.

  1. Register and Complete Your Course Online – From Anywhere
    • The course is divided into 9 sections that include audio, video and animations to help the time go by faster.
    • After each section you will take a brief ten question quiz that reviews what you have just learned. To move on to the next section you need to make at least a 70% on each quiz. The best part is that if you don’t pass the first time, you can go back and review the section before taking the quiz again making it impossible to fail.
  2. Take The DPS Written Exam Online
    • When you have completed the course you will take the DPS Written Exam Online. This is you final for the course.
    • The DPS Exam only has 30 questions so you can breeze right through it. You must get a 70% or better to pass but you have 3 attempts to pass without having to pay any extra fees.
  3. You Can Now Go Get Your License
    • All you need to do now is make a trip to the DPS to finish the process and get your drivers license.
    • You will take a visual test and a quick behind-the-wheel test while at the DPS and the your done. A licensed driver within a matter of days.


Ready to get on the road and enjoy the freedom of having a drivers license? Register and begin your course now by clicking the get started button below.


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Frequently Asked Questions about Adult Drivers Ed

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