Providing More than Just DMV Authorized Drivers Ed
Drivers Ed Direct delivers much more than your average driving school in Corona. Besides providing Corona HS teens with an amazing drivers education experience, we also do our part to make our students the most informed and responsible drivers they can be. We sponsor teen safety awareness program (like our original Respect Reality Pledge for Change), publish articles and news letters with driving law updates, and strive to remain "driving partners" with our students long after they graduate by constantly updating our Driving School Facebook page with driving tips and news. We promise, we offer more than just another DMV Authorized driving school class... much more!
Corona Driver's Education
Corona Driver Ed offers a web-based course that can be taken anywhere a teen has a laptop and internet access. The course is California DMV approved and completion certificates will be accepted by the DMV for teens to take their written test to receive their driving permit. Once their permit is received, it must be signed by a licensed or authorized driving instructor before they can use it. Our course is authorized for students who attend Corona High School, Centennial High School, Lee V. Pollard High School, Orange Grove High School, Santiago High School, Norco High School, John F. Kennedy Middle College High School, Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Grace Christian Academy or Grace Lutheran School or live in Riverside County.
Cheap Drivers Ed
We feel that first class driving school classes should be available to everyone, regardless of their financial situation. After all, wouldn't the roads be a safer place is everyone out there had the best drivers education available? Now students in Corona High School, Centennial High School, Lee V. Pollard High School, Orange Grove High School, Santiago High School, Norco High School, John F. Kennedy Middle College High School, Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Grace Christian Academy or Grace Lutheran School can get the best drivers ed for less when they go to Drivers Ed Direct for their driver's ed requirement. Our online, CA DMV approved course is the best in the business and, for a low low price, students everywhere in Riverside County can now afford the best.
Driver's Education Guide for Corona Teenagers
Learning to drive can be challenging, but the process it takes to earn a driver license shouldn't be so complicated. If you are nearing your 16th birthday and live in Riverside County, these are the steps it takes to become a legally licensed driver in the state of California:
- Complete CA DMV approved drivers education (such as our DMV Authorized drivers ed program)
- Pass a written exam at a local DMV in the Inland Empire to earn a practice permit
- Complete drivers training with a DMV licensed driving school in Riverside County
- Pass your road exam at the DMV to earn a provisional drivers license.
Easy Drivers Ed in Corona
Online drivers education with Drivers Ed Direct is truly the easiest and most convenient way to fulfill your drivers education requirement in Riverside County. Corona High School, Centennial High School, Lee V. Pollard High School, Orange Grove High School, Santiago High School, Norco High School, John F. Kennedy Middle College High School, Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Grace Christian Academy or Grace Lutheran School students can schedule their course around their own hectic life and are allowed the ability to complete the course over multiple sittings. In addition, the DMV Authorized course itself is easy and straightforward. The lessons are well constructed, the tutorials help make sense of the concepts, and the quizzes are multiple choice. From beginning to end, we offer Corona teenagers the simple solution to earning a drivers education certificate.
Corona, CA Drivers Ed Eligibility Requirements
What are the CA Department of Motor Vehicles requirements for teens who want to begin drivers ed? Because the earliest you can earn a provisional permit is at age 15½, most teens will begin their education around 15 years of age. Corona teens can technically enroll in our DMV Authorized drivers ed course at any age, but we suggest starting when you are 14 and 15 is best. You want to allow yourself time to really get to know the driving laws and regulations. Also, you will want to read the entire DMV handbook in addition to taking our course. Many Riverside County high school students will take our course when they are 15 and then log back in just before they turn 15½ to take free practice tests and to review traffic signs, driving laws, and road rules.
Online Corona DMV Help and Other Driving Resources
Did you know all of the things that can be accomplished right from the comfort of your own home in Corona? If you were ticketed in Riverside County, you can take traffic school online without having to go to a class or court. If you go to Corona High School, Centennial High School, Lee V. Pollard High School, Orange Grove High School, Santiago High School, Norco High School, John F. Kennedy Middle College High School, Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Grace Christian Academy or Grace Lutheran School and need your learner permit, you can take drivers ed online. Need DMV forms? Why wait in line at the Corona DMV when you can down many forms over the internet. Do all this and more at DrivingLinks.com.
- Corporate Fleet Safety Programs for Riverside County
- Traffic Schools in the Inland Empire
- Corona DMV - Vehicle Registration Resources
Dismissing Corona Court Tickets
It happens. You're driving down a road in Corona and you lose track of your speedometer. You look in your review mirror and the unwelcome sight of sirens is flashing and a Riverside County sheriff is beckoning you to pull over. 15 minutes later you are on your way with a traffic ticket in hand and your driving record ruined, right? Not necessarily! A single traffic ticket doesn't have to be the end of your status as a good driver. By completing the TrafficSchool.com online defensive driving course, you can actually have the ticket dismissed from your record and your insurance company will never know you were cited... meaning your insurance rates will never increase!
- How Traffic School works in Riverside County
- Official Traffic School Site at TrafficSchool.com
- Corona, California Traffic School
Not From the Inland Empire?
Learning to drive in California is finally convenient for everyone, no matter where you live. Whether living in a larger city like Corona, or in a smaller city somewhere outside of the Inland Empire, high school students from any city in CA can easily fulfill their driver education requirement from the comfort of their own home. Our DMV Authorized course is approved by the Department of Motor Vehicles and can be taken by any teen, regardless of where they live in California.