Online Driver’s Ed

DMV Approved

Hours Of Required of Training

Who is required to take a California driver education course?

If you are between the ages of 15 and 17½, the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) requires that you complete 30-hour driver education in order to get a California learners permit.

  • Push Start Driving School offers a straight-forward online 30-hour driver education course (we call it DMVJam) which comprises of reading the course material, taking practice tests, and watching helpful videos.  Easy sign-up process.  Register, pay, and take the course at your own pace. The cost is $30.
  • Pros: DMV license course #E2224, no hidden fees, automatically saves progress, engaging material, unlimited chances to pass, free certificate of completion, and excellent customer support.
  • Upon completion of the course, we will mail you a DMV Driver’s Education Certificate of Completion (DMV form 400C) via USPS.
    DL 400C DriversEd Certificate of Completion
  • Be sure to provide your legal name and correct mailing address.
  • Our customer support team is available to assist with any questions you may have about the online course or the process for obtaining your DMV permit and driver’s license.

Review the paperwork needed before going to the DMV office to take the Knowledge Test and obtain the CA DMV Instruction Permit.  Read up on the CA DMV Instruction Permit process.

Enroll in 6-hours of driving lessons with Push Start Driving School.  Our professional driving instructors will teach you the ins and outs of driving and prepare you for the DMV drive test. We’ll issue you the 6-hour behind-the-wheel certificate of completion.

Gold Certificate

You are  eligible to take the drive test after you’ve held the Instruction permit for 6 months, practiced 50 hours with your parents, and completed 6-hours of driving lessons.




Are you ready for the CA DMV drive test?

Go online to Schedule the CA DMV drive test with the DMV.  Appointments are about 1-3 weeks out.

Some students opt to have us take them to the CA DMV Drive Test because they would like to use the school car or go with their favorite driving instructor.  We’ve taken many students to the San Mateo DMV, Redwood City DMV, Daly City DMV, Fremont DMV, Santa Clara DMV, Los Gatos DMV, San Jose DMV, and other DMVs.