New Hampshire Online Driver Education

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Driver ed 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

The online course is self-timed and students may start-and-stop the course as needed. Our software will track the student's progress so that when they log-out they can log in later and pick up exactly where they left off in the course.

Final Exam

The final exam consists of 40 multiple choice questions and may be taken as many times as necessary until the student has scored 85% (34 out of 40 questions correct) or better.


Once a student has completed the course, we will send them official DMV form DL400c. This form must be presented at a DMV in order to apply for a learner's permit and before a student may enroll with a "behind-the-wheel" driving school to learn how to drive a car.


  1. 1
    1.1 DMV Legal Notice and Disclaimer
    1.2 Driving Is a Responsibility
    1.3 License to Drive: A Privilege
    1.4 A Motor Vehicle Is a Weapon
    1.5 Park Responsibly
    1.6 Obey the Law
    1.7 Sharing the Road with Others
    1.8 The Importance of Driver Education
    1.9 History of the Automobile
    1.10 Eco-Conscious Driving
    1.11 Summary
  2. 2
    2.1 The Driver
    2.2 The Physiology of the Driver
    2.3 Vision
    2.4 Vision and Your Vehicle
    2.5 Hearing
    2.6 Physical Conditions
    2.7 Psychological Nature of the Driver
    2.8 Emotional and Physical Conditions
    2.9 Inattentiveness
    2.10 Exhibition and Irresponsibility
    2.11 Summary
  3. 3
    3.1 Natural Forces Affecting the Driver
    3.2 Natural Laws and Driving a Vehicle
    3.3 The Force of Gravity
    3.4 Inertia and Energy
    3.5 The Force of Friction
    3.6 Centrifugal and Centripetal Force
    3.7 Force of Impact
    3.8 Summary
  4. 4
    4.1 Signs, Signals, and Pavement Markings
    4.2 Recognizing Traffic-Control Signals
    4.3 Traffic Signs
    4.4 Traffic Sign Colors
    4.5 Traffic Sign Shapes
    4.6 Traffic Lights
    4.7 Flashing Signals
    4.8 Crossings Requiring Special Stops
    4.9 Pavement and Curb Markings
    4.10 Additional Pavement Markings
    4.11 Summary
  5. 5
    5.1 Vehicle Code and Rules of the Road
    5.2 Driver's License
    5.3 Driver's License Requirements
    5.4 Automobile Ownership
    5.5 Traffic Laws
    5.6 Bicycles
    5.7 Lights
    5.8 Seat Belts
    5.9 Financial Responsibility
    5.10 Automobile Equipment
    5.11 Criminal Offenses
    5.12 Summary
  6. 6
    6.1 Causes and Costs of Accidents
    6.2 Faulty Driver Performance
    6.3 Various Driving Conditions
    6.4 Accident Avoidance and Prevention
    6.5 Procedures When in Accidents
    6.6 Financial Responsibilities
    6.7 Summary
  7. 7
    7.1 Urban and Rural Driving
    7.2 Urban Driving Conditions
    7.3 Freeway Driving
    7.4 Driving on Open Highways
    7.5 Passing
    7.6 Hazardous Conditions
    7.7 Summary
  8. 8
    8.1 Critical Vehicle Systems
    8.2 Construction of the Automobile
    8.3 Safety Equipment
    8.4 Maintenance of the Automobile
    8.5 Calculating Costs
    8.6 Summary
  9. 9
    9.1 Teen Risk Taking & Risk Perception
    9.2 Youthful Risk Taking
    9.3 Risk Perception by Young Drivers
    9.4 Summary
  10. 10
    10.1 Pedestrian Safety
    10.2 As a Pedestrian
    10.3 As a Driver
    10.4 Avoiding Collisions with Animals
    10.5 Summary
  11. 11
    11.1 Motorcycle Safety
    11.2 Sharing the Road with Motorcycles
    11.3 Riding a Motorcycle
    11.4 Ride Defensively
    11.5 Riding as a Passenger
    11.6 Summary
  12. 12
    12.1 Effects of Alcohol and Drugs
    12.2 Alcohol
    12.3 Drugs
    12.4 Availability of Drugs
    12.5 Drug Actions Within the Body
    12.6 Avoiding Driving while Intoxicated
    12.7 Avoiding the Intoxicated Driver
    12.8 Summary
  13. 13
    13.1 Substance Abuse
    13.2 Illegal for Under 21 to Use Alcohol
    13.3 Statistics
    13.4 Cycle of Abuse
    13.5 Legalities
    13.6 Summary
  14. 14
    14.1 Driving Inexperience
    14.2 Inexperience vs. Immaturity
    14.3 Predicting Other Drivers' Reactions
    14.4 Summary
  15. 15
    15.1 Road Rage
    15.2 Anger Management
    15.3 Statistics
    15.4 Summary
  16. 16
    16.1 Final Exam
    16.2 Final Exam Instructions


New Hampshire Online Driver Education and Online Driver Ed Courses

If you are looking for New Hampshire online drivers education, is the best place to start. Although we pride ourselves in providing the best training in the region, our course contains everything you need to know to get your DMV learner’s permit in good time.

  • The course is available in multiple settings.
  • Your certificate will be processed the same day you complete the course.
  • You only pay for what you learn and satisfaction is guaranteed.
  • You will have access to audio narrations.
  • You will be able to qualify for lower insurance premiums.
  • You will have access to customer support 24 hours, 7 days a week.

New Hampshire Online Driver Education and Licensing Procedures

Congratulations on embarking on the process of applying for your learner’s permit or driver’s license. It would be helpful to note that New Hampshire has a Graduated Drivers License Program that is open to teenagers. If it is your first time to apply for a driver’s license, there are a number of issues you need to understand in order to have a smooth process.

The New Hampshire Instructional Permit or New Hampshire Youth Operator License

Once you turn 15 and a half and want to learn how to drive, the law requires you to have a parent or legal guardian by your side during the driving lessons.

You are required to always carry proper identification and for the instructor to be at least 21 years of age.

  • All passengers in the vehicle should wear seatbelts at all times.
  • Once you turn 16 you will be ready for the New Hampshire Graduated License Program.

The New Hampshire Provisional Driver License or Full License

If you pass the New Hampshire approved driver education course, you can now apply for a New Hampshire Youth Operator License. You can submit your application at your local New Hampshire DMV in the company of your parent or guardian. You should also bring the following documents:

  • Licensing certificate
  • Evidence of 40 hours of driving practice in the form of a driver log sheet. 10 hours should have been driven at night
  • A parent or legal guardian authorization certificate signed by either of the two
  • Identification documents such as your birth certificate and one other document
  • Social security number
  • Driver’s license fee

After submitting the application documentation, you will be required to have your vision screened, sit for a written test, and finally the road test. You will earn your New Hampshire Youth Operator License if you pass the test.

New Hampshire Youth Operator’s License Restrictions

  • All passengers must wear seat belts
  • Except for emergencies, you are not allowed to drive between 1AM and 5AM
  • Passengers must be 25 years and above except for family

These restrictions will be removed once you attain the age of 18.

New Hampshire Auto Insurance Financial Responsibility Laws

Unlike other states, drivers in New Hampshire are not required by law to take out liability insurance. This means you can start driving as soon as you receive your learner’s permit or driver’s license. However, you will be required to have this insurance if the court convicts you of a serious traffic violation. The coverage is as follows:

  • For 1 person per accident; $25,000
  • Bodily injury for 2 or more persons per accident; $50,000
  • For property damage; 25,000

Getting involved in an accident without liability insurance could get your license suspended pending a settlement.

New Hampshire Drunk Driving, Cell Phone, and Text Messaging Laws

You are required to familiarize yourself with New Hampshire’s laws on drunk driving and calling or texting while driving. Any of these charges could get you the following penalties once you get convicted:

  • Jail sentence of not less than 10 days
  • A fine of not less than $500
  • Your license could be suspended for 9 months to 2 years
  • You will be required to go through a Driver Intervention Program
  • You may be forced to participate in an Alcohol and/or Drug Treatment Program
  • You will be forced to take out New Hampshire Insurance for three years

In the event you get other New Hampshire DUI convictions, you will be subjected to a longer jail time, community service and fines. In extreme cases your New Hampshire License could be suspended or even revoked.

There is current a ban on using cell phones to make calls or text while driving especially when it comes to teen. Any teenage driver convicted of this is liable for a fine of $100.

New Hampshire Online Driver Education

For more information regarding approved New Hampshire online drivers ed can be found on the New Hampshire DMV website.

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