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Why choose Online or Classroom Driver Education Course with Allstate Driving School?

We have graduated over 20,000 happy teenagers. Our driver education is the best choice for teenagers in California, because our program does not just use text book information we also couple that information with educational videos that help to supplement the defensive and basic driving concepts for new driver. Our online course covers all requirements as dictated by the California Law. On top of these basic requirements, we also focus on other key points

  • DUI and The Implied consent Law.
  • Basic Speed Law.
  • Speeding tendencies of teens and how to temper them
  • Pavement Marking.
  • Right Of Way rule.
  • Safe and Defensive tactics.
  • Night Driving.

As parents of a teen, you realize that learning to drive is an important event in your teenager's life. This new driving journey offers many challenges and dangers, so teaching road safety is important to help your teenager to develops a safe driving habit.

Behind The Wheel Six hours with Allstate Driving School......

When applying for DMV learner's Permit, the student must complete the driver education course.

  • Blue certificate – Classroom Driver Education Completion form (DL400B) or
  • Pink certificate – Online Driver Education Completion form (DL400C)
  • A parent or a legal guardian must sign below the "Acknowledgement Statement" on the Completion of Driver Education certificate form.

Once the student has obtained a DMV Permit. Please call Allstate driving School to set up the first driving appointment, otherwise the DMV permit is not activate. When the student have the first Driving lesson with a school, We suggest that the parent should practice with their teen for at least few weeks before setting up the second appointment. All students must hold their DMV Learner's permit for at least six months before they are eligible to take the DMV Driving Test, therefore we suggest that the student should save the third lesson closer to the DMV drive Test Day. So the instructor will be able to prepare them for the DMV driving test. The third certificate will be issue to the student at the end of the third appointment. You must present this certificate to the DMV for your driving exam.

  • Certificate Of Completion Of Behind-The-Wheel Training (OL238)

Steps for practicing driving with your teenager....

During the six months after they passed the DMV permit test. By California Law they must drive Six hours of Behind-The-Wheel with a driving school. As parent you also had to train your teenager for fifty hours of behind-the-wheel, ten hours driving at night. At Allstate Driving School we believe taking the time to drive with your teenager is an important part of helping them understand the "rules of the road". Our Online Driver's Education Course and driver training is the first pathway to train your teen become a confident and defensive driver. It is equally important that you continues to driver with your teen for the first six months. The good habit of defensive driving learned from our program are invaluable throughout your teenager's life. Follow these simple guideline to make the driving time a pleasant experience for both of you.

  • Practice with your teen during the day.
  • Find a quiet location to practice until he/she feels comfortable.
  • Stop practicing when your teen becomes overwhelmed or distracted.
  • If your teen seems uncomfortable with the surroundings, have him/her pull over and stop to take a break. Discuss what caused him/her to be uncomfortable.
  • As driving challenges or opportunities arise, explain how you would handle such situations. Give your teen real world examples to help them better understand the topic.
  • Point out traffic signs or driving hazards to encourage your teen to recognize them.
  • Position yourself with access to the steering wheel or brake pedal so you can intervene in the driving, if it becomes necessary.
  • Give clear directions and remain calm at all times.
  • Begin nighttime driving sessions once your teen is comfortable with driving during the day(ten hours of nighttime driving practice as required)
  • When driving, remember to follow the "rules of the road". Your teen is watching to see how you handle situations that arise.
  • Use seat belts at all times.

Remember to enjoy this wonderful driving journey with your teen. This is an exciting event in his/her life and one full of memories. If you have an questions regarding the driver's education programs that e offer, please email us at

Requirements to obtain a driving permit / license:

DMV Permit for teens:

  • Must be 15 and 1/2 years old.
  • Complete the Driver's Education Course to get a Completion Of Driver Education Certificate (DL400B) or (DL400C)

DMV License for teens:

  • Must be 16 years old.
  • Must hold the permit for 6 months
  • Complete six hours of Behind-The-Wheel training with a Driving School to get a Completion of Driver Training Certificate (OL238).
  • Complete fifty hours Behind The Wheel driver training with the parent and ten hours driving at night.
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