1a- What is the difference between Online Drivers Ed and a Live class?”
You can follow our course on the go with our mobile friendly program. Skip the boring classroom lectures! Our friendly program will teach you everything you need to know to be a wise and safe driver using pictures, text and video content. save $110+ with a full online course. It cost about $150 (or more) for a live class versus $40 for an online drivers Ed course and you save the cost and time for commuting back and forth. It will cost you only $20 if you are over 18 and just want to follow this online course (without exam) in order to prepare yourself for the Written test /learner’s permit that is mandatory to everyone. – With a Live class, you have a schedule to stick to and will have to commute to the class and have someone drive you,wait and pick you up. You cannot miss classes. – In a live class you will have only a final exam of 50 questions at the end and if you miss you will have to take another class. – In a Live class the instructor is there to answer your questions Live. so you have more interaction, but you might also be distracted by other students. – In a Live class, you have to attend on schedule and not be late even if you did not sleep enough – In the Live class you have TO GO there no matter what.
– With online Class you can do it at home or anywhere you please at your own pace and save money.
The instructor will not redo the class if you did not follow what he said.
– With our online Drivers Ed you will have 10 lessons made of several topics. Each topic ends-up with a training quiz. if you miss a training quiz you can return to the topic and study more for free until you pass each quiz. That is to prepare you for the final exam of 50 questions as we make sure you have studied every topic thoroughly. There is no charge for retaking the exam
– with an online class although you may be alone at home or anywhere else, you are not entirely alone. You will have access to forums where you can ask questions, you can email us or you may be able to use the chat room to communicate instantly with an instructor, if available, in case of a problem.
– At home you can make yourself comfortable for studying online and you have 6 months to get your certificate of completion at your own pace.
– an Online class comes to you – It is like having a pizza delivery…(That you can order while taking the course)
🙂 (and by the way, if you take driving behind-the -wheel lessons with us, we will come to you too- for free!!!)
for any detail see “Behind-The-Wheel.”
You can follow our course on the go with our mobile friendly program.
Skip the boring classroom lectures! Our friendly program will teach you everything you need to know to be a wise and safe driver using pictures, text and video content.
save $110+ with a full online course. It cost about $150 (or more) for a live class versus $40 for an online drivers Ed course and you save the cost and time for commuting back and forth. It will cost you only $20 if you are over 18 and just want to follow this online course (without exam) in order to prepare yourself for the Written test /learner’s permit that is mandatory to everyone.
– With a Live class, you have a schedule to stick to and will have to commute to the class and have someone drive you,wait and pick you up. You cannot miss classes.
– In a live class you will have only a final exam of 50 questions at the end and if you miss you will have to take another class.
– In a Live class the instructor is there to answer your questions Live. so you have more interaction, but you might also be distracted by other students.
– In a Live class, you have to attend on schedule and not be late even if you did not sleep enough
– In the Live class you have TO GO there no matter what.
1b What is the difference between Driver’s Ed and Learner’s Permit?
Driver’s education or Drivers Ed
Driver’s education, driver’s ed, Drivers Ed or driving tuition is a formal class or online program that prepares a new driver to obtain a learner’s permit or driver’s license. Education is intended to supplement the knowledge obtained from government-printed driving handbooks or manuals and prepares students for tests to obtain a driver’s license or learner’s permit. For teens drivers it is meant to educate them as a mean of replacement for practice behind the wheel, this is why it is important to read the topics and watch the videos especially lessons 4, 5 and 6.
Drivers Ed is mandatory for teens under 18 before applying for their DMV Driving Skill Test at 16 years of age. It may take place in a classroom, in a vehicle, online, or a combination of the above. A teenager does not have to register for Driver’s Ed prior the learner’s permit but he can doing so at 15 to prepare for it since he/she will need it anyway for passing their driver’s license.
Topics of instruction include traffic code or laws and vehicle operation. Typically, instruction will warn of dangerous conditions in driving such as road conditions, driver impairments, and hazardous weather. Instructional videos may also be shown, demonstrating proper driving strategies and the consequences for not observing the rules. In-car instruction are given to a student in a vehicle by an instructor prior and during behind-the-wheel training classes. Our cars are fitted with dual controls, which has pedals or other controls on the passenger side. in order to allow the instructor to take over controls in case of emergency.
A driver’s permit, learner’s permit, learner’s license or provisional license, is a restricted license that is given to a person (16 1/2 or older) who is learning to drive, but has not yet satisfied the requirement to obtain a driver’s license.Typically, a written test is required to obtain a learner’s permit. This test is not a Driver’s Ed test , it is mandatory for every person teens or adult and must be performed at the DMV.
- What documents do I need when going to the DMV at 15 1/2 years of age to register for a learner’s permit?
a- Parental authorization
b-Copy of high school diploma or certificate of attendance
c- Proof of Identity, proof of residence and Social Security
d- Pass a vision test to obtain a learner’s permit:
e- Pass DMV Knowledge written test on driving rules and regulations.If you did follow your driver’s Ed course prior it might be helpful then, but it is only required when applying for a full driver’s license at Once is possession of the learner’s permit you can have an adult or a parent supervising your driving.You can also use the services of a DMV approved Professional Driving School instructor like Las Vegas NV Driving School for any number of lessons you want, Call us for more info (702-556-7938).
2 – Do I have to take Driver Ed online before applying for my learner’s permit (written test)?
No,The online Driver’s Education is ONLY requires to apply for a full license at 16 years of age
But since you can start a driver’s Education online course at 15, It will help you to be ready at 15 1/2 to register and pass the DMV written test.
3 – Do I have to make an appointment to take the DMV driving test?
Written learner’s permit test:
Nevada DMV do not make appointments for license applications, vision or knowledge tests. Skills tests are administered by appointment or on a stand-by basis.Behind-the-Wheel DMV Drive Test:
You must make an appointment with Nevada DMV to take a behind-the-wheel drive test for your driver’s license.Use DMV Online Drive Test Scheduling System if you have an instruction permit and have met all of the requirements to take a skills test. Online scheduling is available for non-commercial Class C (autos) and Class M (motorcycles) licenses.
4 – How many question are there on the Nevada Knowledge test (Learner’s permit) ?
Knowledge (Written) Test. (or learner’s test)
The Nevada knowledge test for a Class C, non-commercial license consists of 50 multiple-choice questions. 80 percent or better is a passing score., same as Driver’s Ed. Meaning you must answer 40 questions correctly. Knowledge tests are available on touch-screen computers in English and Spanish. when passing your learner’s permit (for everyone)
Please do not leave your children unattended while you take a skills test. Skills tests will be canceled if there is no responsible party available to supervise small children.
Knowledge (Written) Test. (or learner’s test)
5- How long is the DMV Driving skill test?
Behind-the-wheel practical test of skills:
Your driving test will take approximately 30 minutes to complete at any DMV location (depending on traffic). You will be given clear instructions throughout the test, but if you don’t understand something, ask the examiner to repeat it. If you make a mistake during the test,do not panic and continue. Stay calm and relax to show you are in control.
6- What do I need to register for my DMV driving Test?
Most beginning drivers under 18 must present :
1) a driver’s education Certificate of Completion
2) a Beginning Driver Experience Log
Most beginning drivers under 18 must present :
7 – I do not have a car to pass my DMV Driving skill test
If you do not have your own vehicle, you must have a vehicle in the same license class as you are applying for. You may not use a rental car.
You can use our Las Vegas NV Driving School car to pass your test providing a 45 mn practice drive prior your DMV Test. the instructor will pick you up at your location (withing range of operation), and let you practice on the way to the DMV test location. see “Behind-The-Wheel /Pricing.”
8- What is DMV vision test standards?
The minimum level of acceptable vision for full driving privileges is 20/40. If a driver must wear glasses or contact lenses to meet this standard, Restriction B will be placed on the license.Persons who cannot meet this standard may be licensed to drive in daylight hours only, denied a license or required to submit a yearly examination depending on the nature of the vision problem.
9 – What are the fees to pass all DMV tests ?
The DMV charges a Testing Fee of $26 for a first-time knowledge and skills test and $11 for all retests.
The initial fee covers both written and drive tests for any combination of license classes or endorsements that are paid for at the same time. This fee is in addition to other licensing fees.
There is no charge for vision tests.
10 – My English is very bad and I do not speak or read Spanish. What are my options?”
Knowledge (Written) Test: An applicant who has a lack of English or Spanish language skills may use an interpreter during a written examination for a non-commercial driver’s license, driver authorization card or instruction permit.
Interpreters must attest that they are approved by a governmental agency, court, educational institution, or non-profit advocacy group by presenting a letter from the approving agency and completing an “Affidavit of Oath for Interpreters” form at the DMV office.
The applicant must bear any cost of the interpreter’s services. Interpreters may not provide services for family members.
Skills (Drive) Test: The Department does not allow interpreters to be present during any drive test.
11 – How many Behind-The-Wheel driving lessons with a professional instructor will I need to get ready for the DMV Road Test in order to get my driver’s license?
You will need a total of 50 hours behind-the wheel regardless who is your instructor. You do not have to take lessons with a professional instructor but it is highly recommended. Parents may have bad habits without knowing it and therefore teaching you the wrong way and may miss important points. The number of lessons with a professional instructor will depend on what you personally need in order to feel comfortable driving and pass your DMV test. As owner and instructor I will PERSONALLY be following your progress and will advise you accordingly...
12- What’s your refund policy?
Since we offer online courses and other digital goods, we do not offer refunds. We have made payment in two sequences for this purpose so you do not have to pass your final test for $20. But upon request we can manage to have you try the course for the first lesson and training quiz. call support:702-739-9591.
ABOUT THIS ONLINE DRIVERS’ ED COURSE 101
You must be 15 1/2 to register for the Learner’s permit in order to be able to learn driving behind- the-wheel as a teenager. Even If you already have your learner’s permit you still have to follow a 30 hour driver’education course, either in a live class or online to apply for your driver’s license at 16. However, you do not have to wait being 15 1/2 to start a drivers’ ed online class before your learner’s permit if you want. it will help you pass your learner’s permit. The 30 hour drivers’ education is mandatory for teenagers to compensate for the lack of experience in driving. Since you cannot learn from your own mistakes prior actually driving, learning from other people experiences will make you wise.PLEASE READ ALL THE TOPICS,
This is NOT a survey for your favorite taste. Per DMV request, the responses you give at the end of the profile are to prove your identity following each quiz. Failure to respond correctly with 10 per cent error margin (1/10) will block you from passing the exam. If your response to a personal question is wrong, the quiz will be recorded with no student ID and you will be asked to redo those quizzes prior passing the exam. Failure to respond personal questions just prior the exam will block you from graduating even so you score 80 per cent .
This course consists of 10 lessons with several topics each. The total reading time for the entire course is 30 hours per DMV request (as in live classes). This timing is divided among the topics so the longest topic get the longest reading time.(1/2 hour to 1 1/2 hour)
The DMV is requesting that ALL students MUST read all of the material offered. This is not simply to pass yet “another School test”. The real reason is that there will be a time when driving be behind-the-wheel as a driver, and suddenly there will be a split of a second when you will not have the time to guess the answer, read your notes, or even think.
Your subconscious mind will act according to what it learned or experienced.GUESSING THE QUIZ OVER AND OVER will ot train your brain but will confuse it on the right answer.Read the topics! (especially lessons 4 and 5) Being WISE is learning from your mistakes as well as other people experience. Knowledge is the key to compensate for the lack of experience as a young driver. You cannot really learn and remember what you read while doing and re-doing the quizzes by guessing without reading the material PLEASE BE WISE, READ ALL TOPICS THOROUGHLY, it may save your life someday.
Timing is made to have students reading the material instead of searching the web on unrelated subjects. Please try to spend some time reading the topics. It is obvious that sometimes the timing exceeds the reading time but the 30 hours is imposed by the DMV as in live classes. You cannot really learn while doing and re-doing the quizzes by guessing without reading the material PLEASE BE WISE, READ ALL TOPICS THOROUGHLY, it may save your life someday.
17 – Why does the timing keeps resetting in topics?
The timer will reset every time you leave the page even so you are still logged on ..
DO NOT FORGET TO CLICK ON THE BUTTON TO MARK THE PAGE AS COMPLETE when the Timer ends.
DO NOT CLICK ON ” next Topic”(it should automatically go to the next page when marking it as “complete”)
18- What online drivers ed Course 101 means?
In universities courses are usually marked by numbers, since they are hard to remember by name. First number corresponds to study year this course should be taken in, followed by 2 (or 3) course id. Usually the same subject course has greater id if they have to be taken in the same year. Therefore lower ids are usually assigned to basic courses. Most basic course would be 100 (first year, introductory course) you may already have some notion of the rules since you passed your learners permit so 101 is used to indicate the very basics in that subject. Course 112 could be the last class of the first year (if there is 1 class per month) 201 should be the first class of the second year.etc
19- Where can I have a document being notarized?
In order to have something notarized, you must bring your documentation to a notary public. Notary publics work at post offices, mail centers, packaging and shipping centers, libraries and legal offices. There are also traveling notary publics who travel to their customers, as well as notary publics who run their own private businesses. Notaries who work in post offices and mail centers work limited hours, and many work by appointment only
Notarization of a document legally verifies that the signing of the document was witnessed by a licensed professional. Notarization of documents helps to minimize the chances of potential fraud and identity theft and is a requirement for a wide range of legal documents. Common documents that are subject to notarization include loan documents, wills, deeds, medical documents, living wills, I-9 forms, vehicle titles, power of attorney documents and vehicle titles.
The cost of notarization depends on the specific documents as well as the amount of signatures that need to be notarized. Additionally, notary fees vary by state. In general, Postnet charges $5.00 per signature. The time it takes to notarize a document is typically few minutes, but this also depends on the amount of document pages and signatures needed.