Pennsylvania Driver Education Guide
How to Get Your Pennsylvania Driver License
What You Need to Know
Pennsylvania teens who want to get their full, unrestricted driver license before they turn 18 are required to complete a driver training course approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education. A driver training course is comprised of two parts:
- 30 hours of classroom/theory instruction
- 6 hours of behind-the-wheel instruction
Safe2Drive's 30-hour online Pennsylvania Driver Education course is full of great benefits and is the perfect way to satisfy the theory portion of your driver education requirement.
How It Works
You can complete your course in three simple steps:
1. Register for the Course
Create an account with a username and password, and read some basic information on the course. That's it! You're ready to get started.
2. Complete the Online Instruction
Our 30-hour course is taken completely online and is full of engaging text and fun videos, interactive multimedia elements and games. Our course experience is designed to make learning to drive fun and engaging.
There is a 10-question multiple-choice quiz after each lesson. You must score at least 80% to pass and proceed to the next lesson. You are permitted unlimited retakes on lesson quizzes at no extra charge.
At the end of the course, you will take a 40-question multiple-choice final exam online. You must score at least 80% to pass. Most people pass on their first attempt, but don't worry. You can retake the exam again until you pass at no extra charge.
3. Get Your Certificate of Completion
After you complete the course and pass the final exam, per the Pennsylvania Department of Education's rules, a licensed instructor must review your course records and issue you a Certificate of Completion. Your Certificate of Completion will be issued within 48 hours of when you pass the final exam. The certificate will be emailed to you and you will also be able to print a copy from your account.