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Montana Online Driver Education

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Traffic school designed with you in mind

When teens are first learning to drive, they are highly receptive to important messages about the dangers of unsafe driving and driving while intoxicated. That is why it is so important for parents to get involved at this initial stage to ensure proper and thorough education to help set ground rules and instill good driving habits, as their teen takes on the responsibility of operating a motor vehicle.

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Course Syllabus

Course Duration

This online driver education course is not timed.

Final Exam

The final exam is online and may be taken as many times as necessary until the student has scored 85% or better.

Delivery

After you complete the course, we will send you a certificate of completion; however, it will not satisfy your state’s permit or licensing requirements and is intended for your records only.

Chapters

  1. 1
    1.1 Course Description
    1.2 Welcome
    1.3 Account Navigation
    1.4 Course Objectives
    1.5 Important Reminder
    1.6 Course Requirements
  2. 2
    2.1 Preparing to Drive: Your Vehicle
    2.2 Vehicle Safety Matters
    2.3 Safety Equipment: Interior
    2.4 Seatbelts and Child Restraints
    2.5 Safety Equipment: Exterior
    2.6 Equipment Not Permitted
    2.7 Carbon Monoxide
    2.8 Vehicle Safety Maintenance
    2.9 Bumper Height Requirements
    2.10 Trailers, Towing, and Load
    2.11 Chapter Review
  3. 3
    3.1 Preparing to Drive: You the Driver
    3.2 Physical Conditions
    3.3 Drowsy Driving
    3.4 Emotions & Stress
    3.5 Road Rage
    3.6 Distracted Driving
    3.7 Characteristics of a Good Driver
    3.8 The Dangers of Drinking and Driving
    3.9 Chapter Review
  4. 4
    4.1 Alcohol, Drugs & the Dangers of Driving Under the Influence
    4.2 The Effects of Alcohol on Driving Ability
    4.3 The Effects of Drugs on Driving Ability
    4.4 Other Effects of Drugs & Alcohol
    4.5 The Price of Driving Under the Influence
    4.6 Ending Up Addicted
    4.7 Preventing Impaired Driving
    4.8 Chapter Review
  5. 5
    5.1 Traffic Controls
    5.2 Traffic Control Signals
    5.3 Pavement Markings: Lines and Lanes
    5.4 Crosswalks & Other Pavement Markings
    5.5 Traffic Signs Colors and Shapes
    5.6 Regulatory Signs
    5.7 Warning Signs
    5.8 School Zones
    5.9 Railroad Crossings & Drawbridges
    5.10 Construction & Maintenance Zones
    5.11 Chapter Review
  6. 6
    6.1 Driving Safely
    6.2 Basic Control Tasks: Starting
    6.3 Basic Control Tasks: Vehicle Operation
    6.4 Speed & Speed Limits
    6.5 Braking Distance
    6.6 Safe Following Distances
    6.7 Right-of-Way
    6.8 Intersections
    6.9 Making Turns
    6.10 Passing & Being Passed
    6.11 Parking
    6.12 Chapter Review
  7. 7
    7.1 Expressway Driving
    7.2 Introduction to Expressways
    7.3 Expressways: Entering & Merging
    7.4 Expressways: Lane Management
    7.5 Expressways: Safety & Special Conditions
    7.6 Expressways: Exiting
    7.7 Chapter Review
  8. 8
    8.1 Sharing The Road
    8.2 Vulnerable Road Users
    8.3 Sharing the Road with Pedestrians
    8.4 Sharing the Road with Bicycles
    8.5 Sharing the Road with Motorcycles
    8.6 Sharing the Road with Commercial Vehicles
    8.7 Sharing the Road with Other Vehicles
    8.8 Chapter Review
  9. 9
    9.1 Preventing and Handling Accidents
    9.2 Defensive Driving
    9.3 Escape Techniques
    9.4 Vehicle Emergencies
    9.5 Special Driving Situations
    9.6 Your Responsibilities After a Crash
    9.7 Chapter Review
  10. 10
    10.1 Your Driving Privilege
    10.2 Insurance Laws
    10.3 Graduated Licensing
    10.4 Motorcycle Licensing
    10.5 Losing Your License
    10.6 Chapter Review
  11. 11
    11.1 Road Trips and Vehicle Tips
    11.2 The Highway Transportation System
    11.3 Planning a Trip
    11.4 Using Maps
    11.5 Energy Efficiency
    11.6 Chapter Review
  12. 12
    12.1 Final Exam
    12.2 Final Exam Instructions

 

Montana Online Driver Education and Online Driver Ed Courses

This is DriverEdToGo.com. On this site, you will learn about the most famous driver education program in Montana. The course is 100% online and designed to make sure you gain the necessary experience and knowledge that can make you a qualified driver.

  • The course is available in different settings
  • No delay in issuing certificate of completion
  • 100% satisfaction is the rule. There’s no need to pay if do not wish to continue.
  • Audio tutorials to make learning easier
  • Lower your insurance rates
  • Daily customer support available at any time.

Montana Online Drivers Education and Procedures for Getting the License

We are glad to know you are eager to get your Montana Learner’s Permit/ Driver’s License. The license program is designed in stages for teens. To get the license with fewer hassles, it is important to keep the following points in mind.

The Montana Instructional Permit/Learner’s Permit

The Montana Traffic Education Learner’s License (TELL) is available for teens who are up to 14 years old. However, such a person must be a part of a traffic education program, which must be accredited in Montana. The cost of getting the license is $35.50. You can learn how to drive with your parent or guardian if you have this license. When you turn 15, you will become eligible for a Montana Learner’s Permit. However, you should have these other requirements to qualify for it:

  • A certificate for completing a traffic education program in Montana. This may not be considered if you are up to 16 years old.
  • Parental consent
  • Letter of identification
  • Proof of address in Montana
  • License fee

First make a call to find out when the officials will be around. On the date, don’t forget to take your documents to the Montana Driver Examination Station where you will be given some tests to determine your soundness. If you pass the test, you will get a learner’s permit that can be used for one year.

Don’t forget that the learner’s permit only gives you the privilege to drive with your parent or guardian. You can only practice with a licensed driver when you are 16. The licensed driver should be at least 21 years old. It is mandatory to wear seat belts during any driving class, and you are expected to have a copy of the Learner’s Permit in the car anytime you are learning how to drive. The Learner’s Permit expires in 6 months and after this period, you will be due for the next stage of the program which is the Montana First-Year Restricted License.

The Montana First Year Restricted License and Full License

Getting a Montana First Year Restricted License is not difficult as long as you comply with the rules. It is expected that you understand the state’s general requirements before proceeding to your local Montana Driver Examination Station. The general requirements are stated below:

  • Use the Learner’s Permit for a minimum of 6 months without causing any trouble
  • Drive for at least 50 hours under close supervision
  • At least 10 hours out of the 50 must be at night
  • Come with every important document
  • Documents to bring include Graduated Driver Licensing form. This must be endorsed by your parent or Legal Guardian
  • License fee

Once you are sure these things are complete, proceed to your local Montana Driver Service Center again to pay the license fee and submit the application for your First Year Restricted License. You will be scheduled for a road test afterwards. If you do well in the road test, you will earn the License without hassles.

Penalties for Disobeying the Driver License Restrictions

It is important to know the restrictions and avoid disobeying them. These rules are highlighted below:

  • Everybody in the vehicle must use the seat belt
  • It is unlawful to drive between 11PM and 5AM except if there is an emergency or you are driving to church, school, or farm
  • Don’t forget the law enforcement agents can call your parents at any time
  • Within the first 6 months, you are not allowed to drive more than one person except if they are at least 21-years-old
  • From the seventh month, you should carry at most 3 persons except if they are at least 21-years-old

Failure to comply with these rules will lead to the following punishments:

  • 20-60 hours community service the first time you disobey. Your teen license will be withdrawn for six months if you are caught the second time.
  • If you do well during the one-year restriction, you will get the full license once the restricted one expires.

Your Financial Responsibilities as a Car Owner in Montana

Every driver is expected to have insurance. At least, you should have liability insurance that can provide:

  • $25,000 per person for any accident
  • $50,000 for two people for any accident
  • $10,000 for damaging property

You will lose your vehicle license plates for 3 months the first time you are caught without this minimum liability insurance. If you are caught again, the plates will be seized for 6 months. You will also be charged $500 and you will be sentenced to jail for 10 days.

Montana Online Drivers Education

You can learn more about these by enrolling for a Montana online drivers ed today.

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  • 5
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  • 5
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