Yes! DrivingQuest is an approved online drivers ed course for the State of Texas. Drivers license offices will accept our course certificates as an accredited drivers ed program.
Students must be at least 14 years of age to enroll in the course, however, driving permit certificates will only be issued once the student is at least 15 years of age
DrivingQuest for Teens has a total of 32 units. Each unit is approximately 60 minutes.
State law requires each student to complete 32 hours of online drivers ed and 14 hours of In-car training. DrivingQuest will satisfy the 32 hours of class instruction.
Once you complete units 1-6, you will receive a Learners License certificate via email. Printout this certificate and bring the appropriate documents to receive a learners license (driving permit).
Once you complete the 32 hours of online instruction you will need to decide what method you will complete the 14 hours of behind-the-wheel training.
Option A: Complete the 14 Hours with a commercial driving school or
Option B: Take the parent-taught program.
State law requires teens to do an additional 30 hours with their parent/guardian. This for is called the 30-Hour Parent Log and can be downloaded here.
This Verification Of Enrollment is obtained through your high school attendance office. State law requires teens under 18 to provide proof that they are in good standing with their attendance when applying for their learners license or drivers license. If you are homeschool you can download a VOE form here. Your parent can sign off on the VOE ONLY if you are homeschooled.
Teens are required to complete 32 hours of online class instruction.
A total of 44 hours of supervised training with a parent/guardian and/or a local driving school
Applicants 15-17 are required to hold a driving permit for a minimum of six months.
You are now able to take the driving test to get your drivers license!