Online Illinois Adult Driver Education
Still haven't gotten your license? Don't worry, Illinois offers unique courses for young adults seeking a first-time driver's license. If you don't want to take driver's education in a classroom, you can take an online driver education course once you are 18 years old. On top of that, you aren't required to complete any behind-the-wheel training either.
How Do Online Courses Work?
Online courses are a lot like interactive textbooks. The course material is broken into seven chapters, and those chapters are broken up into digestible sections. You will read through the material and watch some videos and interactive animations.
To sign up for the course, all you need to do is register, create a login and fill out some basic information. Once you've done this, you can sign in and out of the course whenever you want and as many times as you want.
It may sound strange at first, but online courses offer a lot of unique benefits. As a senior in high school or as a college student, you probably have a lot of demands on your time, not to mention your wallet. That's why the convenience of an online course may be a good choice for you. A few benefits of an online course include:
- Flexible schedules — complete lessons wherever and whenever you want.
- Self-paced learning — log on and off as needed, course saves your progress.
- Low cost — save money and time compared to classroom courses.
- Use any mobile device — complete course on any device with internet access.
- Available 24/7 — our customer care team is US-based and here for you 24/7.
Online courses can be offered at a significantly lower price than a traditional classroom course. This is a huge plus for students preparing for or just entering college.
Whether you have five minutes or an hour or two, you can decide how much course work to complete and when. Our course is mobile friendly, so you can access it on your phone, tablet and anywhere with internet access. The course also saves your progress automatically, which makes it easy to switch between devices. This flexibility is a huge bonus for anyone juggling a busy schedule.
If you wait to take a 6-hour online driver's ed course, you can skip having to complete 56 hours of behind-the-wheel practice (though the state still recommends it) and a 30-hour classroom course. Instead, all you are required to complete is a 6-hour adult driver education course. This is a deep breath of fresh air for time-pressed students.
Already 18 years old and ready to get started? Sign up for Illinois Secretary of State-Approved driver's ed course today!