Introduction to driver’s Education

In Illinois most people under age 18 learn to drive in high school or at a commercial driver training school licensed by the Secretary of State’s office. Approved driver education classes include at least 30 hours of classroom study and six hours of behind-the-wheel training in a regular passenger vehicle.

This course consists of 15 modules.

The total time is 30 hours of instruction  meeting the Illinois  SOS requirements

Each module will have instruction from a certified State instructor followed by readings, videos relating to safe driving, and quizzes . There are periodic knowledge check questions throughout the course.

You will need to get an 80% on all exams. You can take the final test upto 3 times.

Once the course is complete you can schedule your 6 hours of behind the wheel. We will notify the Secretary of State once you complete both this course and the behind-the-wheel with a passing grade.

Importance of Drivers Education

The purpose of drivers education is to provide you with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed for vehicle safety both as a driver and as a pedestrian. Drivers education at Ultimate Driving School is informative, thorough, useful, aligned with the state requirements, and very convenient. You can access our course at your  anytime day or night. Our course is available to teens 15-18 years old.