Courses Approved by the State of Texas
Our programs have passed the rigorous approval process of the State of Texas. This means that when you complete your Texas driver’s education requirements online with Virtual Drive, you will be receiving top-notch courses that are proven to help you pass your DPS exams.
Since we are state-approved, you can rest easy knowing that you will receive the correct certificate of completion at the conclusion of the course, whether you are completing a Parent-taught Teen Driver’s Ed Course or a Texas Adult Driver’s Education Program.
Our Texas-approved online driver’s ed courses meet all of the state’s – and your – needs. Get your drivers license today!
The Best Way to Get Your Drivers License
Virtual Drive offers Texas drivers an online education course suitable for both teens and adults. We also provide you with a variety of options to make sure you pass your DPS exam on the very first try. We have your best interests in mind and will be proud to help you earn your drivers license!
Texas Based Company
Virtual Drive of Texas started right here in Texas over 14 years ago, and continues to be the leader in providing innovative and easy-to-use Texas-approved online driver’s ed courses. Getting your drivers license is important to us. All of our programs are geared to make you a better driver and we have trained hundreds of thousands of Texans over the past decade. Just ask a friend and they will tell you how our Texas-based customer support staff is always ready and willing to assist. We know you will love Virtual Drive!
We are dedicated to ensuring that we give the proper training and courses to any student taking Texas driver’s education online with us. We are so confident in our courses, and their effectiveness at getting your drivers license, that we had an independent third party review our effectiveness. You can read the survey results here. You will see that we truly do build our courses around your needs, because we want you to be safe and secure on the roads. To us, every student does matter!