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Get a permit with Teen Drivers Ed

For ages 14-17yrs

Starts Aug 5th 14 seats Remaining
Google Rating. 4.9/5

We have licensed over 26,233 students in the RGV!

Teen Drivers Ed

Aug 5th – 8th

Mon- Thu |  4 days


05 Aug


TDLR Lic #C2603

Teen Drivers Ed

  • 4-Day Class (Live-Stream)
  • 16 Hours Online Class
  • DPS Written Exam
  • Certificate to obtain permit & license
  • Parent-taught driving hours
  • Payment plan available 

Total cost: $325

Start with only $100

Schedule of classes


Jul 08 – Jul 11

4-Days Live-Stream + 16 Hrs Online
Time: Mon – Thu | 10-2 pm


Jul 22 – Jul 25

4-Days Live-Stream + 16 Hrs Online
Time: Mon – Thu | 10-2 pm
Class Full


Aug 05 – Aug 08

4-Days Live-Stream + 16 Hrs Online
Time: Mon – Thu | 10-2 pm
Now Enrolling

Hybrid Drivers Ed

Teen Drivers Ed courses are required for any teens Ages 14-17 looking to obtain their permit/license. This classroom will go over all the Fundementals e you will need to start learning to drive as well as meet the state requiried classroom hours.

How it works


Complete course and pass the knowledge exam

Submit to DPS


Submit certificate to DPS office to obtain your Texas driving permit.


Fill out driving logs

Students will complete
44- hours of incar training using driving logs. Parents will conduct this training.

Complete ITTD


Students will complete the Impact Texas Teen Driver Course (ITTD).


Pass Driving Test

Driving Zone will provide you with your test results. Submit this at the DPS to obtain your license!

What our customers say


Teen Drivers Ed

On the first day of class you will only need:

  • Computer or mobile device
  • Google Classroom account
  • YouTube App


  • 32 hours of Live-Stream classroom instruction
  • Enrollment to our Parent-Taught Course for parent driving hours.
  • DPS written exam for permit
  • Certificate for Driver License
  • Birth certificate
  • Social security card
  • Two(2) utility bills – parents name
  • Verification of Enrollment (VOE – obtained at high school office)
  • Learner License certificate (DE964)


Driving Zone is authorized by TXDPS to administer the final driving test on behalf of DPS. Ask our office for pricing.

Yes. Texas law requires teens to hold their driving permit for a minimum of six(6) months. After this period they will be able to complete their final driving test to get their license.

Impact Texas Teen Driver course (ITTD) is a two(2)-hour state mandated course about distracted driving. All teens are required to complete ITTD after completing the all hours of classroom and driving instruction. This course certificate will be presented when taking the driving test.