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Texas Drivers Education - TX Drivers Ed for New Drivers

Need your instruction permit for Texas? Then you definitely need drivers education. Texas has its own rules and regulations when it comes to getting your driving instruction permit from the DMV. Rather than spending hours at a TX DMV or searching user-unfriendly sites trying to figure out your state's DMV requirements, you can use the links at DrivingLinks.com to quickly figure out what you need to do to earn your permit for Texas. Drivers Ed Traffic Check

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TX Drivers Education (Texas Drivers Ed)
In Texas, teens between the ages of 14-17 can perform a Parent Taught Driver Education Program to help meet their state of Texas DMV requirements for obtaining an instruction permit. We suggest either Virtual Drive or Driver Ed in a Box, both brought to you by DriversEdDirect.com as your top choices to fulfill the TX DMV requirements:
   


In Texas, your TX DMV requires you complete several steps in order to obtain a valid Texas permit. Here are the forms you will need when obtaining an instruction permit at your local Texas Driver License Office:
  • Application for Texas Driver License, DL-14A
  • Parental Driver Education Affidavit, DL-90A
  • Proof you have completed all objectives outlined in the Parent Taught Education Program (Classroom Instruction Record, DL-91A
  • Pay the required fee for Instruction Permit Issuance
  • Proof of Liability Insurance (If you own the vehicle)
  • Proof of identity and Social Security Number
  • Verification of Enrollment and Attendance Form in school

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Remember, traffic laws and regulations vary from state to state. Not every state has he same requirements as Texas does. Find out what your state DMV requirements are for getting a driving instruction permit - just click on your state below: Choose your State
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Here's what every good Texas drivers ed course should offer:
  • Focus on becoming a safe driver, as well as helping you prepare to pass your Texas instruction permit test
  • Course content should be written by an expert on traffic laws and defensive driving for the State of TX
  • Course should be approved by the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TX DMV)
  • A realistic price (if the price is too good to be true, it's probably an unsanctioned course just out to get your money)
  • Practice Tests to help your teen prepare for the Texas DMV instruction permit test. Practice tests should be free of charge to paid customers.
  • Drivers Ed Courses that offer more than just a regurgitation of the Texas DMV handbook. Good drivers ed courses offer unique and interesting teaching methods that teens actually learn from. One leading Texas driving school incorporates statistics and real world news stories into their presentations to help reinforce "dry" DMV handbook concepts
  • Online drivers ed courses are quickly becoming the standard for drivers education in Texas. DMV Studies show that students taking online courses scored higher on their exit examinations than kids taking the antiquated classroom education. Does the driving school you're considering offer a Texas DMV approved online drivers ed course?
Rush Hour Traffic The knowledge gained from a good, qualified drivers ed course decreases the chances of being involved in a costly, injurious or possibly deadly collision. When choosing the right TX drivers education for you or your loved ones, take the time to find a course that not only prepares them for their instruction permit test, but also teaches them how to drive safely for years to come.


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