Defensive Drivers Education
Shafter Drivers Education is best way to complete drivers education without having to attend a classroom course. If the teenager attends Shafter High School or Free Will Christian Academy or lives in Kern County, then our course will fulfill their requirement for drivers education. The course is self-paced and can be worked on anytime the teen's schedule permits. If the teen needs to take a break, no problem. The teen can log off of the program and their place will be saved. Once they return to the course, the teen will pick-up where they left off.
How Drivers Ed Works in the State of California
It's amazing how may teens and parents in Shafter come to us, confused about the driver's licensing process in Kern County. It's really a simple process once the steps are clearly laid out. Here are the general steps one should take to earn a license in the San Joaquin Valley:
- Sign up for our Defensive drivers education class sometime before you turn 15½
- Pass our online program to earn a completion certificate for the Shafter DMV
- Take and pass your test at the DMV to earn your learner permit
- Take lessons with a local Shafter driving school and practice for 6 months with your permit
- After 6 months of practice and when you are at least 16, go the DMV to pass your driving test.
- Pass your drive test and go home with your provisional license
Get Great Drivers Ed and More!
At Drivers Ed Direct, we believe drivers education doesn't end the day you get your license. The truth is, the first 500 miles that a Shafter teen drives by themselves are the most dangerous miles they will ever drive in their lives. Teens will still need guidance from their parents and their driving school many months after they earn their driving privilege. Parents and teens can take advantage of the many resources available at Drivers Ed Direct designed to keep our students throughout the San Joaquin Valley, past and present, informed and up to date with current driving laws and issues. We are committed to ensuring the well-being of future driving adults from Shafter High School or Free Will Christian Academy.
The Benefits of an Internet Based Drivers Education Course
Learning the rules of the road and California traffic laws can be a 30-hour long, boring process when students at Shafter High School or Free Will Christian Academy are forced to sit in a traditional Shafter driving school classroom. When students become disengaged, the knowledge they need to learn is lost and their ability to become the best driver they can be is harmed. By electing to take a CA DMV approved online drivers ed course, students are able to break the course up into smaller sections and learn the material at their own pace. Furthermore, our drivers ed course is packed with interactive flash lessons and well written curriculum designed to engage our students attention so they succeed on their DMV test and when they one day become licensed drivers out on the open road.
Drivers Education Eligibility Requirements for Shafter Teens
Who is eligible for Defensive drivers ed? Any teen living in Kern County, California. That's right, no matter where you live in the San Joaquin Valley, you can take our course. If you go to high school in Shafter High School or Free Will Christian Academy, you are eligible. If you are a home school or home study student in Shafter, you can take our online course. Live in nearby cities like Wasco, Oildale, Bakersfield, Delano, Lamont, Taft, Arvin, Porterville, Corcoran, Tulare, Lindsay, Tehachapi, Farmersville, Exeter, and Visalia? You can also take our internet drivers ed course to fulfill your California DMV driver education requirement.
Free Practice Written DMV Permit Tests
Trying to find sample driver's license tests online? Looking for examples of the DMV permit test? Drivers Ed Direct gives Shafter teens access to a wide variety of practice tests for free when they register for our Defensive drivers education course. No matter where you live in Wasco, Oildale, Bakersfield, Delano, Lamont, Taft, Arvin, Porterville, Corcoran, Tulare, Lindsay, Tehachapi, Farmersville, Exeter, and Visalia, you can take our example quizzes from anywhere. Since we offer an unlimited amount of tests, you can keep practicing for the real exam as many times as you need!
Moving Outside of the San Joaquin Valley?
Our driving school course online is the most convenient course in the entire state of California. Whether you change high schools or move from Shafter to somewhere in Wasco, Oildale, Bakersfield, Delano, Lamont, Taft, Arvin, Porterville, Corcoran, Tulare, Lindsay, Tehachapi, Farmersville, Exeter, and Visalia, our Defensive drivers ed class is approved statewide, so you can rest assured that our course will still be approved for you. Whether you are home schooled, go to high school in Shafter High School or Free Will Christian Academy, or are already done with high school, teens can use our course worry free, knowing they are taking a CA-DMV Approved class.
Preserving Your Driving Record in the San Joaquin Valley
Were you driving a little too fast on a Kern County highway and got caught by a Shafter police officer? Don't ignore your citation and let your driving record suffer. By completing a Kern County approved traffic school course with TrafficSchool.com, you can have most moving violations removed from your driving records, helping you to keep your insurance rates from rising and your license from being suspended.
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Shafter High School Driving Resources Online
Looking for more than just drivers education? At DrivingLinks.com, residents of the San Joaquin Valley can find a lot of helpful driving information. Things you can accomplish online include downloading California DMV forms, registering for traffic school for your Shafter traffic ticket, reading the latest driving laws, and more. Their website is free to browse and will save Kern County drivers save time and money!