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California Online Driver’s Ed igottadrive.com *$50 AMEX Gift Card Giveaway closed* #DivasDrive

I was pleased to see that California offers an online Driver’s Ed course and we were able to partner with  Double Duty Divas and igottadrive.com. I was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine.
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It is crazy to think that in just a short few years my oldest daughter will be able to start taking a Driver’s Ed Course. In California you can get your Driver’s Permit at 15.5.  When I think about today’s 15 year olds I get nervous thinking that they are capable of driving and operating a car!  But kids these days have something different that I did in my Driver’s Ed course, they have options for even more learning! igottadrive.com is an online Driver’s Ed course that helps prepare students to pass their Driver’s Permit on the first try! igottadrive.com is also licensed by California DMV so it really is a great way to get your kids in the right direction.

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So what makes igottadrive.com different? Well, instead of your student trying to sit and study a book and pass a test this interactive course named Hit the Road, will take you on a virtual road trip across the United States. As you progress from state to state you will learn everything from basic seat adjustments to complex maneuvers like merging and parallel parking. Students also have the opportunity to use their igottadrive.com to earn High School credit for Driver’s Ed. The course fulfills California DMV 30 Hour Driver’s Education course requirement. The interactive course filled with videos, puzzles, and quizzes prepares students for their permit and driver’s tests and includes a certificate upon completion.

It’s important to figure out the basics of driving before hopping behind the wheel of an actual vehicle. igottadrive.com makes this learning experience a little more like the real thing, and offers a video library for students’ driving tests. Igottadrive.com is a driver safety group that consists of a passionate team of instructors who are dedicated to saving lives through driver’s education and training.

The igottadrive.com program costs $69.95 but right now you can use the Groupon or Living Social deals and get your course for only 15 dollars! You can also check out igottadrive.com’s great social media sites, Facebook and Twitter.

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Amanda Acuña an influential Mom Blogger created MommyMandy as an online resource to the parenting community. She has four children and they currently reside in Texas.

36 comments

  1. i think it is a good program; it can prepare a young driver to obtain their permit with realistic expectations.

  2. One of the questions I answered asked which factors will influence my purchase decision for online education.

  3. I took the survey and think it is an awesome online course to help teach young people how to drive. I answered this question- What is/was the most important factors that will influence your purchase decision for online education? * My answer was price.

  4. One of the questions I answered asked which factors will influence my purchase decision for online education

  5. I answered asked which factors will influence my purchase decision for online education. I love that there is online classes

  6. I completed the survey. I would like to see at least 50 percent of the course before I would sign up for it. I would want to make sure it was beneficial.

  7. I took the survey and one of the questions I answered was, ‘What percentage of a the course would you want to preview before purchasing?’

  8. I took the quiz. One of the questions I answered was what percentage of a the course I would want to preview before purchasing.

  9. I like that this an extra way to learn about driving and is done online at your convenience. one question I answered is Where did/will you begin your driver’s ed course search?

  10. one of the questions was no i dont have kids between 10 and 18… not for a long long while…

    thank you!

  11. I took the survey. I don’t have anyone in my family just learning to drive, but an online course would certainly be an asset if I did.

  12. One of the survey questions that I answered is What is/was the most important factors that will influence your purchase decision for online education?

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

  13. I took the survey. I answered a question about how long it took me to find a driver’s ed course.

  14. I answered the survey questions and thought that they got right to the point about the site. I thought the site had a lot of good information on it. I have a 16 year old and it is scary knowing that they are out there on the road. As a mom, I wanted her to learn about driving safely as much as possible.

  15. Completed the survey. One of the questions I answered was What percentage of a the course would you want to preview before purchasing?

  16. I think driver’s education is best when it is convenient so I picked that that it is important for convenience when choosing a driver’s education course.

  17. I was asked “f you’ve already selected a driver’s ed course, how long did it take from when you started your search, to make a purchase? *”

  18. I took the survey eventhough I don’t like in California or have kids between the age of ten and eighteen.

  19. Excellent program. NJ has some very specific training requirements and I like that you log in by state of residence. I like that the program is training safe driving skills away from the distractions of the typical high school classroom where our kids get the basic instruction. We are required to have 6 hrs of licensed instruction in driving on the road skills before the permit is released to the student. That said, I wouldn’t be adverse to having this program completed in addition to the high school class. It is so crazy putting your teenager on the street driving in NJ traffic

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