Online Virginia Driver's Ed
Virginia is one of several states that has approved of online driver education for teens who want to earn their driver's license. While driver's ed online may sound strange at first, it is quickly becoming known for its affordability and convenience among students throughout the United States.
How Do Online Courses Work?
If you've never taken an online course before, don't worry — it's simple and easy to get started. First, you need to create a login that will give you access to the course material. Unlike a classroom lecture, online courses present material through text, videos and animations. The content is broken into chapters, which is further divided into easy-to-read sections. You don't need to worry about forgetting where you left off in the course last, since our course automatically saves your progress for you.
Our course is also mobile compatible — which is a bigger deal and is more exciting than it sounds. This means you can log into your course on any device with internet connectivity 24/7, hassle and headache free. Log in and take our course on your computer, iPad, iPhone or any mobile device and switch back and forth without ever losing your place. All you have to do is learn the material in the course — we do the rest for you.
It's easy to see why online driver's ed is rapidly growing in popularity and becoming the new go-to method for driver's education. Online courses offer quite a few benefits:
- 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 studying allows you to set your own schedule, freeing up hours of your time. You don't need to be driven to and from your class, and you don't need to worry about missing a class. Because you have 24/7 access to the course, you can complete it when you have time.
While traditional classrooms tend to present information through lectures, online courses usually combine text, videos and animations to engage you and keep you interested in what you're learning. When you take an online course, you decide when you're ready to move to the next chapter, take a quiz or need to re-watch a video. You learn at your own pace — there's no hurry and no stress involved.
Since these courses do not have a live teacher, they are offered at much lower prices than a traditional driving school. You can save hundreds of dollars by taking an online course.
Classroom Versus Online
It's up to you to decide which method of learning will best suit your needs and personal preferences. If you're looking for a course that will accommodate a busy schedule, online is probably the right choice for you. Sign up today for our DOE-approved Virginia Driver's Ed Course for home-schooled students and see for yourself why online driver education is becoming the preferred method of choice for young drivers.