Edgenuity offers an approved online Drivers Education course through Driversed.com. This is a state-approved course that is available anytime and on any device. Students will receive a free certification of completion as well as unlimited practice permit tests.
Frequently Asked Questions:
There are media-rich lessons, interactive activities, and 3-D case studies. There are also quizzes and practice tests given to students.
Edgenuity offers driver's education in the following states:
- Arizona (in partnership with DriversEd.com)
- California (in partnership with DriversEd.com)
- Colorado (in partnership with DriversEd.com)
- Georgia (in partnership with DriversEd.com)
- Illinois (within the Edgenuity platform)
- Indiana (in partnership with DriversEd.com)
- Nevada (in partnership with DriversEd.com)
- Ohio (in partnership with DriversEd.com)
- Oklahoma (in partnership with DriversEd.com)
- Pennsylvania (in partnership with DriversEd.com)
- Texas (in partnership with DriversEd.com)
- Wisconsin (in partnership with DriversEd.com)
No. Students should consult the requirements for their specific state for obtaining a permit or license. In many states, they are still required to complete time behind the wheel in additional to the course.
Yes! These demo accounts are for preview purposes only. Login with the demo links at https://driversed.com/login.aspx. Valid certificates will not be created.
*Illinois customers should reach out to their Account Executives to view a demo.
**Ohio requires some security questions. Here are the demo account details:
- Hair color: red
- Favorite color: Brown
- Favorite car model: Mini Van
- Pet: Dog
- Favorite Sport: Baseball
- Plans after graduation: University/4 years
- Have you ever traveled out of the country? Yes
- Do you have any brothers or sisters? Yes
- Arizona- 15 hours
- California- 32 hours
- Colorado- 30 hours
- Georgia- 30 hours
- Idaho- 30 hours
- Illinois- 30 hours of instruction plus assessments (meets the minimum clock hours of classroom instruction requirement in Illinois)
- Indiana- 30 hours
- Nevada- 30 hours
- Ohio- 24 hours
- Oklahoma- 30 hours
- Pennsylvania- 30 hours
- Texas- 32 hours
- Wisconsin- 30 hours
No. This course only covers the classroom portion of Driver’s Ed.
Driversed.com has over 20+ experience and are expected to serve over two million drivers in 2019 across all their owned brands. They are the leader of online drivers education for students aging 14-17 years. They are certified by iNACOL and Driving School of America.
The DriversEd courses are not in Edgenuity's system so there is no teacher component or reporting features available. Students use the code they are given to log in and then complete the course. At the end of the course the certificate will be provided to them.
Edgenuity also provides drivers education in the state of Florida; this offering is not provided through DriversEd.com and is only available using Instructional Services. In Florida, the certificate of completion is sent directly to the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). Students are enrolled via their Social Security Number so that is what the DMV will look up for the student.