The purpose of driver education is to help develop the knowledge, attitudes, habits and skills necessary for the safe operation of motor vehicles.
Drive Fit believes in teaching students safe driving habits to ensure safe roads for those who travel in our state. Our instructors are committed to high quality education in preparing youthful drivers for the road. The curriculum used at Drive Fit addresses concepts in a pro-active way.
Through a 30 hour online course requirement, students learn concepts and skills which help them to be safe drivers, including:
Understanding the rules of the road, including “Driving Friendly” and State Handbook Laws. Instruction on the effect of alcohol, drugs, emotions and road rage, plus the dangers of cell phones and texting while driving. Understanding “Sharing the Road” with others, considering such concerns as construction zones, railroad crossings, and pedestrians/school zones, and bicycle safety.
Through our Street Smarts Simulators and Open Road practice, our students receive the necessary driving required to by the State. We are authorized to administer the State Road exam through our contract partner UMA. Drivers Permit tests must be conducted at the Dept. License Division prior to the completion of the online course. With the assistance of the Parents, Instructors, and Peers, Drive Fit Driver Education Students are getting worthwhile teaching techniques that the student will use for life.
Always wear a Safety Belt – It’s the Law.
Driver Education Checklist
1 - Obtain your learner permit at the DLD
2 - Register for Drivers Ed, @ DriveFit.net (find your school)
3 - Complete the online classroom theory section (30 hrs)
4 - Complete 40 hrs of driving with parent of guardian
5 - Complete the open road and test
6 - Go to the DLD and get your Driver License