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Why Drivers Education on the Web?

You have two choices when enrolling in drivers education in Concord, CA: taking drivers ed online or attending a 30-hr classroom course. Obviously, the easiest way to get your learner's permit is with online drivers education. What a lot of people don't know, however, is that online drivers ed also prepares student better, according to a 2003 DMV study. It's no wonder the DMV's study came to such a conclusion. Online driver education comes loaded with interactive lessons, flash animations, free practice tests, and the ability go at your own pace with unlimited logins. If you live anywhere in Contra Costa County and attend Clayton Valley High School, Concord High School, Diablo Community Day, Mt. Diablo High School, Ygnacio Valley High School, Carondelet High School, Concord Christian School, De La Salle High School, Spectrum Center Valley School or Wood Rose Preparatory, then online drivers education is the wise choice for fulfilling your Concord, California Department of Motor Vehicles Requirement.

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Concord DMV Approved Drivers Ed

Before paying for any drivers ed program, whether it be online or in a classroom, make sure the course you are registering for is approved by the Contra Costa County DMV. Any legitimate school should be able to show you their DMV approval letter that verifies that their Convenient course will actually earn you the completion certificate you need to obtain a learner's permit. You can view Drivers Ed Direct's DMV Approval letter here: Concord, CA DMV Approval Letter

Concord, California Drivers Education Eligibility Requirements

Concord teens are eligible to earn a provisional permit when they turn 15½ and can earn a provisional license when they turn 16. It is recommended that teens begin their drivers education program when they turn 15, which gives students 6 months to complete their drivers ed course, read the CADMV handbook, and prepare for the written permit exam at a qualified DMV in Contra Costa County.

Convenient Drivers Ed and a Whole Lot More

Tired of the same old Concord driving schools you have to choose from? Well be tired no more, Drivers Ed Direct is here! Make the switch to the favorite driving school of high schools everywhere, including Clayton Valley High School, Concord High School, Diablo Community Day, Mt. Diablo High School, Ygnacio Valley High School, Carondelet High School, Concord Christian School, De La Salle High School, Spectrum Center Valley School or Wood Rose Preparatory. Our Convenient drivers ed is just simply better: we have an interactive course, free sample DMV tests, drunk driving awareness programs, downloadable DMV forms, and parking games. Why settle for the bare minimum when you can have it all, without overpaying for it? No matter where you live in Pleasant Hill, Bay Point, Walnut Creek, Clayton, Martinez, Lafayette, Benicia, Pittsburg, Alamo, Orinda, Danville, Moraga, Antioch, San Ramon, and Hercules, you won't find a better driving school in Contra Costa County.

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Practice DMV Tests - Online and Unlimited

Free DMV practice tests! Just another perk from Drivers Ed Direct when you take our Convenient drivers education course. Use our practice test simulator to help better prepare you for your big permit test day at the Concord DMV. Our practice tests are multiple choice and include questions almost identical to the real permit test questions.

Low Price Drivers Education in Contra Costa County

Convenient drivers education can be highly educational without costing an arm and a leg. Our online course will save you money in many ways:

  • You won't have to drive back and forth to a classroom somewhere in Contra Costa County
  • Our course is 100% online; there are no books or video to buy
  • We have low overhead so we can charge you a low low price; we will even price match any other DMV approved course in the San Francisco Bay Area!
  • Our course doesn't expire, so you never have to worry about paying twice for the same course
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Now you see why our high quality, lowest priced drivers ed course is the preferred course for students at Clayton Valley High School, Concord High School, Diablo Community Day, Mt. Diablo High School, Ygnacio Valley High School, Carondelet High School, Concord Christian School, De La Salle High School, Spectrum Center Valley School or Wood Rose Preparatory.


Dismissing Contra Costa County Court Tickets

Are you an adult driver in Concord that got ticketed for speeding, making an illegal turn, or committing another minor traffic violation? For most counties in California, our partner TrafficSchool.com can help you dismiss your ticket and keep the points off your record. In addition, an online traffic school can help you brush up on the driving laws learned while attending driving school in Contra Costa County.

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Not From the San Francisco Bay Area?

You no longer need to drive to a classroom located within Concord city limits to earn your drivers education certificate. Regardless of where you live in Pleasant Hill, Bay Point, Walnut Creek, Clayton, Martinez, Lafayette, Benicia, Pittsburg, Alamo, Orinda, Danville, Moraga, Antioch, San Ramon, and Hercules, or even if you live outside of Contra Costa County, you can take our course over the internet without having to commute anywhere.

Driving Links for Concord HS Students

Contra Costa County Driving Help

Did you know all of the things that can be accomplished right from the comfort of your own home in Concord? If you were ticketed in Contra Costa County, you can take traffic school online without having to go to a class or court. If you go to Clayton Valley High School, Concord High School, Diablo Community Day, Mt. Diablo High School, Ygnacio Valley High School, Carondelet High School, Concord Christian School, De La Salle High School, Spectrum Center Valley School or Wood Rose Preparatory and need your learner permit, you can take drivers ed online. Need DMV forms? Why wait in line at the Concord DMV when you can down many forms over the internet. Do all this and more at DrivingLinks.com.

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