The Arizona Driver’s Education is driver training that all teens in the state must complete to get their Arizona driver’s permit.
Absolutely! Our easy-to-take Arizona drivers ed course is a licensed course that meets all of the requirements to get the first-time driver’s permit in Arizona, and it is accepted by the AZ DOT.
Yes. Our Arizona driver’s ed course includes a free 100-question practice exam. This lets you know precisely what kind of questions to expect! This will be a big advantage in your written exam preparation.
This course is for new teen drivers between the ages of 16 and 18.
House Bill 2522 allows students to completed any Driver Education program that is offered by an approved defensive driving school, whether it be online or in person. This allows you to take our Arizona driver’s education course online rather than in a classroom setting. It’s much more convenient, cost effective, and way quicker (not to mention less boring) to take the course online.
The course is designed to take 240 minutes to complete, so just 4 hours. But the actual course time will depend on the student (how fast you read, retain information, etc).
There are 10 multiple-choice questions asked at the beginning of the course. These questions are then asked during chapters throughout the course. If the student gets two of these questions wrong in a row, the state requires that the student starts over from the beginning.
No! There is no final exam required to complete this course, however, we do offer you an optional 30-question quiz at the end of the course for practice.
Once you complete the course, temporary proof of completion is available for download immediately. Your official certificate will be mailed out by our school the following business day after your completion.
If you have met the other requirements of the course, you may apply to the DOT for a Class G driver’s license.
Per House Bill 2522, A person who is under eighteen years of age may apply to the department for a class G driver license if all of the following apply:
1. The person is at least sixteen years of age.
2. The person has a valid instruction permit issued pursuant to this article and the person has held the instruction permit for at least six months.
3. Either ANY OF THE FOLLOWING APPLIES:
(a) The person has satisfactorily completed a driver education program that is approved by the Department of Transportation. If the driver education program is offered by a public high school, the program shall be approved by the department of transportation in consultation with the department of education.
(b) BOTH OF THE FOLLOWING APPLY:
(i) The person completes a Driver Education program that is offered by an approved defensive driving school.
(ii) Parent/guardian certifies in writing to the department of transportation that the student has completed at least 20 hours of supervised driving practice and that at least 6 of those hours were completed at night.