Complete Your California Drivers Education Online
You can complete the standard 30 hours of classroom time for a California drivers ed program through these engaging and effective online courses.
At SWERVE, we want to do more than just teach you to drive. Anyone can push the accelerator and turn the wheel. We inspire and motivate our students to become skilled defensive drivers – drivers who know how to react in dangerous situations to avoid collisions.
State Approved Driving School
There are several affordable options, and they each include the certificate of completion when you pass your test. These courses include the basic driver’s ed program and some added options that include unlimited practice tests and a permit prep course.
At SWERVE, you will discover a different kind of California driving school. This curriculum was designed to move away from many of the conventional forms of driver’s education in order to steer our students toward a more relevant methodology that will produce better drivers.
Our partners in this endeavor have created driver training programs that have graduated more than 10,000 students. Throughout these classes, students will learn the fundamentals of safe driving and understand what it takes to develop good driving skills.
A Complete Driver’s Education
These courses have been designed to deliver clear and engaging coursework, so you can prepare for your skills and knowledge test, whether you’re a new driver or looking for some effective adult driving lessons. You can even take advantage of the online practice tests to really make sure you’re in great shape for the final test.
The online nature of this course, though, means that you can go at your own pace and on your own time. If you’re having trouble in certain areas, you can keep reviewing them until you master each subject. All you need is an internet-connected computer or tablet, and you can work toward the completion of your coursework.
When the course is completed, you will receive a California Certificate of Completion, which you can then use to obtain your driver’s permit and move to the next phase of the process.
Once you receive your permit, you will need to spend the necessary practice time behind the wheel before passing the driving test at your local DMV.
Get started today. Complete your required hours for California driver’s ed online, and take this first step toward getting your license.