Virginia Online Teen Driver’s Education

Virginia Teen Driver's Ed.
30hr Online Course

Licensed by Virginia DOE & DMV.

Learn at your own pace!

Approved for Home School Students

Earn your permit & license from home!

Only $75

Virginia Teen Driver's Ed.
30hr Online Course

Licensed by Virginia DOE & DMV.

Approved for Home School Students

Learn at your own pace!

Earn your permit & license from home!

ONLY $75

Our Virginia Teen Driver's Ed. for home schooled students is fast, easy, and affordable!

How does it work?

The process of earning a driver’s license is confusing for everyone. Sometimes, even more so for home-schooled students. Don’t worry though! We will walk you through the entire process and provide you with everything you need!

Our course is designed ONLY and specifically for Virginia-based home-schooled students! Below is a quick step guide, but we will cover everything in great detail when you enroll in the course.

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    Start Your Online Course

    Enroll in the course and prepare for the two-part knowledge exam that will be taken at the DMV.

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    Visit the DMV for your learner permit.

    After you are thoroughly prepared, (We recommend waiting until you complete the entire course or at the very least, Module 1) visit the DMV with form DL-1P completed and pass your vision screening test and two-part knowledge exam.

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    Complete your online course.

    Finish the online course and earn your certificate of completion.

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    Complete the behind-the-wheel driving portion.

    Driving hours can be completed at a driving school, or by the parent if approved by the DMV. To apply for authorization to teach the behind-the-wheel portion, the parent will need to submit to the DMV: Form HS-1, a copy of the course completion certificate, and proof that the student is home-schooled.

    More information found in DMV HS-3 guide.

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    Take your road skills driving test at the DMV.

    When the student is at least 16 years and 3 months old and has completed their driver education course, the homeschool parent will sign a Home School Certificate of Enrollment, the student will complete form DL-1P, and visit a DMV Customer Service Center to take the road skills driving test.

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    Obtain your Driver's License

    The DMV will mail your driver’s license to the judge/court located in the student’s jurisdiction. The court will notify the student and parent when the court date to appear for their license is set. At this court date, the student will exchange their learner permit for their official and permanent driver’s license!

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Features & Benefits of Revo VA...

Some of the 'other guys' charge extra for features... Not us!
You get it all with one low price and no hidden fees.

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Learn at your pace.

Log in and out of the course as often as you like. You can complete it in one day or spread it out over a few months if you want to!

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From any device!

The course is accessible on any device with an internet connection! Learn from your mobile, desktop, laptop, or tablet from anywhere!

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Animations, Audio, Video.

Enjoy the fun animations, stunning graphics, and audio read-along features that make this course a breeze to complete.

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FAST Certificate Delivery.

We will notify the DMV that you have completed and passed your course in less than 24 hours! We’ll also email you a certificate immediately.

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99% Success Rate!

Our course is so efficient and friendly that almost ALL of our students complete and pass it. The 1% that don’t, simply don’t finish!

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5 Star Support.

Need help or have questions? Use our online messaging system for quick support, or give us a call if you prefer to talk with someone!

your-pace

Learn at your pace.

Log in and out of the course as often as you like. You can complete it in one day or spread it out over a few months if you want to!

devices-icon

From any device!

The course is accessible on any device with an internet connection! Learn from your mobile, desktop, laptop, or tablet from anywhere!

media-icon

Animations, Audio, Video.

Enjoy the fun animations, stunning graphics, and audio read-along features that make this course a breeze to complete.

fast-certificate

FAST Certificate Delivery.

We will notify the DMV that you have completed and passed your course in less than 24 hours! We’ll also email you a certificate immediately.

success-icon

99% Success Rate!

Our course is so efficient and friendly that almost ALL of our students complete and pass it. The 1% that don’t, simply don’t finish!

support-5-star

5 Star Support.

Need help or have questions? Use our online messaging system for quick support, or give us a call if you prefer to talk with someone!

Licensed & Approved...
By The Virginia DOE & DMV

Our 30-Hour Online Virginia Driver’s Ed. Course is designed specifically for home-schooled students. This course will teach and guide you to become a safe and defensive driver and does so from the comfort of your home. Set your own schedule, learn at your own pace, and complete the program on your own time!

The course is approved for use by Virginia-based home-school students by both the Virginia Department of Education and the Department of Motor Vehicles. Rest easy knowing that you are getting exactly what you need to obtain your Virginia driver’s license from home!

The Revo VA course for home-schooled Virginia students is…

  • 100% online, with 24/7 access.
  • Fun, fast, and easy with animations, video, and audio.
  • Allows you to learn from any device with an internet connection.
  • Enables you to earn your Virginia driver’s permit and license from home!

ONLY $75

Easy as 1, 2, 3...

It really is as simple as it gets. Login, learn, earn your certificate!

1. Enroll Online

It should only take seconds. Get enrolled by clicking on ‘Virginia Teen Driver’s Education – Home School‘ anywhere on this page and you will be on your way!

2. Start Your Course

Start your course and complete the 30 hours of learning. You can learn from anywhere on any device!

3. Earn Your Certificate!

As soon as you complete the course, our system will begin the process of notifying the DMV, and emailing you a copy of the certificate!

1. Enroll Online

It should only take seconds. Get enrolled by clicking on ‘Virginia Teen Driver’s Education – Home School‘ anywhere on this page and you will be on your way!

2. Start Your Course

Start your course and complete the 30 hours of learning. You can learn from anywhere on any device!

3. Earn Your Certificate!

As soon as you complete the course, our system will begin the process of notifying the DMV, and emailing you a copy of the certificate!

Have some questions?
Check out our F.A.Q!

In order to get a Virginia learners permit you need to be at least 15 years and 6 months old. You will need to pass a vision exam and a two-part knowledge exam at your local DMV. Our course will prepare you for the knowledge exam and also includes practice exams that you can take as many times as you would like.

You will also need proof of identity, your social security card/number, proof of legal Virginia residence.

When applying for your learner permit you will simultaneously be applying for your future driver’s license and will pay the application fee for both at the same time. If your parent will be administering the behind-the-wheel driving training you will also need to complete the HS-1 form for Virginia home-schooled in-car driver education parental authorization.

Yes you do. If you as the parent will be administering the behind-the-wheel driving training you will need to complete the HS-1 form for Virginia home-schooled in-car driver education parental authorization.

You will also need a letter from the school division superintendent or designee acknowledging that your child is home-schooled. A copy of the notification you sent to the school division of your intent to home-school your child will also suffice.

All Virginia residents are eligible to take online driver’s education. However, ONLY approved home-schooled students can take the Revo VA Online Driver’s Education course.

Students that are enrolled in public or private schools can also take driver’s education online but they are required to do so through their local driving school or their highschool and must test/complete their driving lessons with a certified instructor at their local driving school.

You can get your learner permit at any Virginia DMV office that issues permits and licenses. Check the DMV Customer Service Center Locator to find the location nearest you.

Yes, if you are under the age of 18 your parent/guardian will need to sign your learner permit application.

In the state of Virginia, drivers under the age of 18 will need to have their learner permit for AT LEAST 9 months. They also must be at least 16 years and 3 months old in order to apply for and obtain their driver’s license. If you are over the age of 18 you only need to hold your permit for 30 days before you are eligible to obtain your license. However, if you present proof that you have completed a state-approved driver’s education program you can get your license before the 30 day time period is reached.

When you apply for your learner permit, you will also apply and pay for your driver’s license. After completing your online education, and all of the driving requirements, you will need to visit your DMV to take the road skills driving test.

After passing your driving test, the DMV will mail your license to your local judge/court and they will notify you by mail in regards to when you should appear in court to exchange your learner permit for your license.

The course is divided into 8 chapters that must be completed in order. Throughout the 8 chapters, you will learn about…

  • Alcohol- and drug-impaired driving
  • Aggressive Driving
  • Driving Emergencies
  • Highway safety
  • State Traffic Laws
  • Driving in Poor Weather
  • Night Driving
  • Sharing the Road
  • Defensive Driving Techniques
  • And more!

Yes, you do. You will need to pass the 50-question final exam with a score of 80% or better. The exam consists of multiple-choice questions and if you are unsuccessful on your first attempt, you are allowed unlimited retakes. After the exam, you will be provided with all of the correct answers along with feedback in relation to the questions that were missed. So technically, you are guaranteed to pass… Eventually!

The only way to fail the course is by refusing to complete it. You are allowed to take all of the quizzes and the final exam as many times as you need to in order to pass it. On top of that, you will be coached on questions that you missed with constructive feedback and shown the correct answers.

HOWEVER, you can fail the two-part knowledge exam at the DMV and the road skills driving test at the DMV. Make sure that you are well prepared for the knowledge exam when you visit the DMV for your learner permit by reviewing at least Module 1 of the course, and preferably the entire course! Utilize the practice exams as many times as you would like to help prepare you.

Also, be sure that you are comfortable and familiar with driving a vehicle before you visit the DMV to attempt your driving test. Practice until you are very confident in your abilities, and you should be able to pass the test with no problem!

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Have some questions?
Check out our F.A.Q!

In order to get a Virginia learners permit you need to be at least 15 years and 6 months old. You will need to pass a vision exam and a two-part knowledge exam at your local DMV. Our course will prepare you for the knowledge exam and also includes practice exams that you can take as many times as you would like.

You will also need proof of identity, your social security card/number, proof of legal Virginia residence.

When applying for your learner permit you will simultaneously be applying for your future driver’s license and will pay the application fee for both at the same time. If your parent will be administering the behind-the-wheel driving training you will also need to complete the HS-1 form for Virginia home-schooled in-car driver education parental authorization.

Yes you do. If you as the parent will be administering the behind-the-wheel driving training you will need to complete the HS-1 form for Virginia home-schooled in-car driver education parental authorization.

You will also need a letter from the school division superintendent or designee acknowledging that your child is home-schooled. A copy of the notification you sent to the school division of your intent to home-school your child will also suffice.

All Virginia residents are eligible to take online driver’s education. However, ONLY approved home-schooled students can take the Revo VA Online Driver’s Education course.

Students that are enrolled in public or private schools can also take driver’s education online but they are required to do so through their local driving school or their highschool and must test/complete their driving lessons with a certified instructor at their local driving school.

You can get your learner permit at any Virginia DMV office that issues permits and licenses. Check the DMV Customer Service Center Locator to find the location nearest you.

Yes, if you are under the age of 18 your parent/guardian will need to sign your learner permit application.

In the state of Virginia, drivers under the age of 18 will need to have their learner permit for AT LEAST 9 months. They also must be at least 16 years and 3 months old in order to apply for and obtain their driver’s license. If you are over the age of 18 you only need to hold your permit for 30 days before you are eligible to obtain your license. However, if you present proof that you have completed a state-approved driver’s education program you can get your license before the 30 day time period is reached.

When you apply for your learner permit, you will also apply and pay for your driver’s license. After completing your online education, and all of the driving requirements, you will need to visit your DMV to take the road skills driving test.

After passing your driving test, the DMV will mail your license to your local judge/court and they will notify you by mail in regards to when you should appear in court to exchange your learner permit for your license.

The course is divided into 8 chapters that must be completed in order. Throughout the 8 chapters, you will learn about…

  • Alcohol- and drug-impaired driving
  • Aggressive Driving
  • Driving Emergencies
  • Highway safety
  • State Traffic Laws
  • Driving in Poor Weather
  • Night Driving
  • Sharing the Road
  • Defensive Driving Techniques
  • And more!

Yes, you do. You will need to pass the 50-question final exam with a score of 80% or better. The exam consists of multiple-choice questions and if you are unsuccessful on your first attempt, you are allowed unlimited retakes. After the exam, you will be provided with all of the correct answers along with feedback in relation to the questions that were missed. So technically, you are guaranteed to pass… Eventually!

The only way to fail the course is by refusing to complete it. You are allowed to take all of the quizzes and the final exam as many times as you need to in order to pass it. On top of that, you will be coached on questions that you missed with constructive feedback and shown the correct answers.

HOWEVER, you can fail the two-part knowledge exam at the DMV and the road skills driving test at the DMV. Make sure that you are well prepared for the knowledge exam when you visit the DMV for your learner permit by reviewing at least Module 1 of the course, and preferably the entire course! Utilize the practice exams as many times as you would like to help prepare you.

Also, be sure that you are comfortable and familiar with driving a vehicle before you visit the DMV to attempt your driving test. Practice until you are very confident in your abilities, and you should be able to pass the test with no problem!

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