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.