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Tennessee Online Driver Education

Learn the rules of the road with DriverEdToGo. We make earning your license EASY!

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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

 

Tennesse Online Driver Education and Online Driver Ed Courses

At DriverEdToGo.com, we provide an entire Tennessee online driver education program. The driving program consists of all you need to receive your Learner’s Permit.

  • Your certificate is processed the same day you complete the course
  • An audio narration reads aloud to you during the course
  • You can take the course in different settings
  • Your get round the clock customer care and technical support
  • You qualify for lower insurance premiums
  • You only pay for the course if you are satisfied

Procedures for the Tennessee Online Drivers Ed Program

The starting point to enroll for the program is filing an application form for the Tennessee Learner’s Permit. This permit is also available for youngsters aged fifteen years and above. This said, you must meet some conditions to be eligible for the Tennessee Learner’s Permit. Among them are:

  • A Minor Affidavit and Cancellation form signed by your guardian or parent
  • Certificate of Compulsory School Attendance Form, which serves as Proof of Enrollment. This form must be signed by a school official and has to be valid for 30 days
  • Proof of US Citizenship or Lawful Permanent Resident Status
  • Evidence of Identity
  • Confirmation of Social Security Number

The moment you are done filing the application form, you should submit it to your local Tennessee Driver Services Center, and your parent/guardian may accompany you. In addition to this, you will be needed to take a written and vision test. Only after surviving these tests will you be issued with Tennessee Learner’s Permit, which is legitimate for one year. Keep in mind that you will be required to practice driving in the presence of a certified driver, who is above 21 years. When driving, it is a requirement by law that you carry your Tennessee Learner’s Permit and that all passengers fasten their seat belts. After having the Learner Permit for 180 days, you will be eligible for the next stage in the Tennessee online drivers education plan.

The Tennessee Intermediate or Provisional License

The following restrictions are associated with the Intermediate License:

  • You and all your passengers must wear seat belts
  • No using your cell phone or any other hand-held device while driving
  • Have at most one passenger unless you are accompanied by a licensed driver of 21 years and above
  • No driving between 11PM and 6AM except when you are driving to and from your job or school and you must have written proof of this, or hunting/fishing 4AM to 6AM, for which you will require a license.

Upon turning 17 and having your Restricted Intermediate License for one year, you can apply for the Tennessee Intermediate Unrestricted License. For this license, you must not have more than six points on your driving record or more than two safety belt violations. You need to have not been involved in an at-fault accident. The moment you turn 18, you can smell driving freedom because you are eligible for the Tennessee Regular Driver License.

Tennessee Motor Vehicle Insurance Responsibility Laws

Having your Tennessee Limited Provisional Driver License is merely a starting point to your driving freedom. Before you can reap all the benefits that come with driving in Tennessee, you must abide by liability insurance law. The least amount for liability insurance coverage is:

  • $25,000 physical injury for one person
  • $50,000 bodily injury for at least two people
  • $15,000 for property destroyed in a single accident

In case you are involved in an accident, and you are found to have been driving without the compulsory liability insurance coverage, then your Tennessee Driver License could be suspended.

Text Messaging, Drunk Driving and cell Phone Laws in Tennessee

It is essential that you familiarize yourself with Tennessee drunk driving, cell phone and text messaging laws as a teenage driver. There is no tolerance for drunk driving in Tennessee as is the case with most states. If you are convicted of a DUI or DWI in Tennessee, you face more penalties than the ones mentioned below. For your initial conviction of a Tennessee DUI of.08, the following penalties apply:

  • One year Driver License suspension
  • Fine of $350 to $1,500
  • Jail term of 48 hours to 11 months
  • Community service
  • Possible installation of an Ignition Interlock Device
  • Potential Alcohol Safety DUI program.

Further Tennessee DUI and DWI convictions will automatically result to severe penalties such as Driver License revocation, increased jail time, fines, and community service. At present, cell phone and hands-free devices usage are prohibited in Tennessee, and the fine for violating this law is $100 and delay in graduating for the license program. In addition to court expenses, drivers found text messaging are required to pay a $50 fine.

Enrolling in a Tennessee online drivers education course is the gateway to having your driver’s license. Visit the Tennessee Teen Driver Safety website to learn more about the Tennessee online drivers ed program.

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  • 5
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  • 5
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  • 5
    The course was easy to navigate and had a lot of information to get me started on driving. Good system of quizzes, exams, and information.
    Andy H.
  • 5
    Thanks! I learned a lot more than I did on my own. The videos and simulations made it extremely helpful and much more entertaining.
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