Teen Driver Ed
Students should be 15-17 years of age when starting driver ed. A student 14 years of age may enter and start the program, but can not receive an instruction permit or in-car driving lessons until they are 15 years of age.
Defensive Driving Online Course
Dismiss a ticket or get an insurance discount. This online course is approved and accepted by all Texas courts. Next-day certificate shipping options are available to ensure you dismiss your ticket as soon as possible. This course is the shortest, fastest, and cheapest course allowed by law and is state-approved for car insurance discounts.
Parent-Taught Online Driver Ed Course
Take the 32-hour Parent Taught online drivers education course (Texas-approved course #116) online.
Teen Driver Ed Complete Package
- 32-Hour Driver Ed Class (16 sessions, 2 hours each session)
- 7 Hours of Behind-the-Wheel
- 7 Hours of Observation
In addition, we teach our students how to change a tire, jumpstart a battery, check fluid levels, and other basic maintenance procedures. We offer pickup from the Hutto and Taylor high schools and the new 9th grade center during the school year for the 5-7 PM class.Register Now
This package provides 14 hours of behind-the-wheel instruction.
Students must already have their learner's permit and will be required to transfer the BTW instruction from the student's online provider to our driving school before their first driving lesson.Register Now
Supplemental Behind-the-Wheel for Teens
Take three hours of additional one-on-one driving lessons to assess your skills, work on specific maneuvers, or gain more experience driving to pass the DPS Road Test.Register Now