Online Drivers Ed

Online Driver's Ed

Convenient Online Driver’s Ed

Take driver’s education online – our PA state-approved online course is easy to use and can be done at your own pace.

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PA Online Driver’s Ed

Cantor’s Driving School offers a Pennsylvania state-approved online driver’s education course so that you can get certified at your own pace at your own computer. Why spend your time in a classroom when you don’t have to? Our 30 hour online driver’s education course is fully approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education. Using our drivers education online course, you can study whenever and wherever you want!

Completing this driver education online program:

  • Makes you eligible to receive discounts on your car insurance. This can save you money!
  • Can help you get your unrestricted senior driver’s license before you turn 18 years old
  • Will help you pass your driver’s test
  • Will make you a safer, more responsible driver

This entire online drivers ed course can be done at your convenience with your own computer. Upon finishing this online drivers ed program, you receive your Certificate of Completion that enables you to enjoy the benefits – certification, preparation, and readiness for your driver examination.

The cost? Only $100! You can click here to register and begin your driver education online right now!

How the Drivers Ed Online Course Works

Driver's Ed Online via LaptopCantor’s Driving School’s 30 hour online driver education training program is a great way to prepare you for your driver’s test. Approved by the PA Department of Education, it provides you with the maximum in flexibility.

The course is divided into nine chapters covering different important driving topics. Each chapter has a review and a quiz to make sure you’ve gained the knowledge you need from that section. After completing these nine chapters, you need only to take and pass the 40 question final exam – and you’re done!

When you’ve completed the course we will mail you a certificate of completion that you can present to your insurance company. We will also send you a copy of Pennsylvania form DL-59, the application to change from a junior license to a regular one.

Online Drivers Education Details

This driver’s education program consist of at least 30 hours of drivers education instruction online, with special features in the form of videos, PDF documents, and websites added to enhance the understanding and learning abilities of students. The modules comprised of topic matters that will provide students with the skills necessary to obtain a Pennsylvania driver’s license and most importantly, to become conscientious drivers.

A student taking this course will be required to spend a specific minimum time in each topic, at the end of which, the student will be required to pass a quiz based on that topic, with a passing mark of 75%. The student is required to spend a total of at least 30 hours for the whole duration of the course, after which, the student will be required to pass a final examination with a score mark of at least 75% before the student is issued a Certificate of Completion. Please note that Pennsylvania teens below the age of 18 are required to complete 65 hours of supervised experience behind the wheel when they are in possession of a Learner’s Permit. Teens below the age of 18 can only apply for a Pennsylvania senior driver’s license if they have completed a 30 hour approved driver education course and 6 hours behind the wheel driver training. If they have not completed a 30 hours driver’s education, they have to wait until they are 18 years of age to apply for a full driver’s license without any operational restrictions.

When you apply for a Pennsylvania driver’s license, you will be required to present a completed Penn DOT DL 59 application form as proof of completion of this course and driver’s training. The dates and times of your behind-the-wheel experiences should be noted in a log as they occur.

You can register and begin your driver education online right now!

The Course Outline for the Drivers Education Online Program

Chapter 1 The Proper Attitude and Control System for Safe Driving
Module 1.1 The Proper Attitude and Control System for Driving
1.1.1 The Common Sense of Driving
1.1.2 Systems for Driver’s Education and Control
Review 1.1
Quiz 1 Take the test

Chapter 2 Pennsylvanian Laws and Regulations
Module 2.1 Traffic Laws Related to Safe Driving
2.1.1 Signs, Signals and Roadmarkings for Traffic Controls
2.1.2 Rules of the Road and their Applications
2.1.3 Established Speed Laws and Special Stops
2.1.4 Pedestrians’ Rights and Responsibilities
Review 2.1

Module 2.2 Laws that Relate to Responsible Use of Vehicle
2.2.1 Registration of Vehicle
2.2.2 Proof of Financial Responsibility
2.2.3 Vehicle Safety and Emissions Inspection
2.2.4 Seat Belts
2.2.5 Other Laws on Responsible Use of Vehicle
Review 2.2

Module 2.3 Pennsylvania Licensing Procedures
2.3.1 Scope of the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code
2.3.2 The Pennsylvania Driver’s License
Review 2.3
Quiz 2 Take the test

Chapter 3 Understanding the Vehicle and its Controls
Module 3.1 Knowledge of Vehicle Operations
3.1.1 Transmission in Automobiles
3.1.2 Vehicle Systems
3.1.3 Basic Vehicle Components
3.1.4 Visibility Devices
3.1.5 Vehicle Safety Equipments
3.1.6 Use of Communication Control Equipments
3.1.7 Maintenance and Precautionary Measures
3.1.8 Preventative Maintenance
3.1.9 Your Basic Car Care -Do It Yourself
3.1.10 Economic Operation of a Motor Vehicle
Review 3.1
Quiz 3 Take the test

Chapter 4 Perceptual Skills Development
Module 4.1 Vision and Perception Requirements
4.1.1 Vision and Perception Requirements
Review 4.1

Module 4.2 Developing Perceptual Skills
4.2.1 Developing Perceptual Skills
Review 4.2

Module 4.3 Using the Basics of Perceptual Skills
4.3.1 Learning How to Use Perceptual Skills
Review 4.3

Module 4.4 Making Safe Driving Decisions
4.4.1 Organized Systems for Save Driving
Review 4.4
Quiz 4 Take the test

Chapter 5 Developing Your Basic Driving Skills
Module 5.1 Standard Operating Procedure
5.1.1 Pre-Trip Inspection
Review 5.1

Module 5.2 Preparing to Drive
5.2.1 Starting, Moving, and Stopping
5.2.2 Space Management
5.2.3 Scanning and Seeing Clearly
Review 5.2

Module 5.3 Steering and Turning
5.3.1 Techniques in Steering and Turning
Review 5.3

Module 5.4 Step-By-Step Turn Making
5.4.1 Executing Turns
Review 5.4

Module 5.5 Crossing Intersections
5.5.1 Rules and Techniques
Review 5.5

Module 5.6 Lane Use and Position on the Roadway
5.6.1 Changing Lanes
Review 5.6

Module 5.7 Executing a Reverse in Direction
5.7.1 Turnaround or Turnabouts
Review 5.7

Module 5.8 Backing
5.8.1 Techniques in Backing
Review 5.8

Module 5.9 Starting and Stopping on a Hill
5.9.1 Techniques in Starting and Stopping on a Hill
Review 5.9

Module 5.10 Overtaking and Passing
5.10.1 Passing and Overtaking Other Vehicles
Review 5.10

Module 5.11 Acceleration and Braking
5.11.1 Speed, Deceleration and Braking
Review 5.11

Module 5.12 Parking the Vehicle
5.12.1 Techniques in Parking
Review 5.12
Quiz 5 Take the test

Chapter 6 Influences Upon Driver Performance
Module 6.1 Causes and Adverse Effects of Disturbed Emotions (Mental and Physical Effects on Driving)
6.1.1 Effects of Disturbed Emotions
6.1.2 Attitudes and Motivations that Influence Teen Driving
Review 6.1

Module 6.2 The Effects of Alcohol and Drugs on a Person’s Ability to Drive
6.2.1 Influencing Factors in the Use of Alcohol
6.2.2 The Problem of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol
6.2.3 The Physiological and Psychological Effect of Alcohol on a Driver
6.2.4 Pennsylvania’s Law is Tough on DUI
6.2.5 How to Detect an Impaired Driver and What Should You Do
Review 6.2
Quiz 6 Take the test

Chapter 7 Driving Under Hazardous Conditions
Module 7.1 Emergencies and Bad Weather
7.1.1 Driving in Adverse Weather Conditions
7.1.2 Handling Equipment Problems and Emergencies
Review 7.1
Quiz 7 Take the test

Chapter 8 Driving in Different Environments
Module 8.1 The Demands of Different Driving Situations
8.1.1 Demands of City Driving
8.1.2 Demands of Freeway Driving
8.1.3 Demands of Driving on an Open Highway
Review 8.1
Quiz 8 Take the test

Chapter 9 Sharing the Road
Module 9.1 Sharing the Roadway and Passing other Motorists
9.1.1 Passing
9.1.2 Sharing the Road
Review 9.1
Quiz 9 Take the test

You can register and begin your driver education online right now!

Online Driver's Ed

Convenient Online Driver’s Ed

Take driver’s education online – our PA state-approved online course is easy to use and can be done at your own pace.

Register For PA Online Driver’s Ed
Login to PA Online Driver’s Ed
Demo PA Online Driver’s Ed