As teens set out on their journey of independence, they need a solid foundation of knowledge, skills, and plans to reduce their risk behind the wheel. Quality driver education is a critical element in developing safe driving attitudes, improving hazard recognition, and managing visibility, time, and space in traffic. AAA plays a key role in preparing teens for this journey by offering the How to Drive Online supplemental program which delivers rules and essential elements of safe driving in an interactive and innovative way.
This online program aims to ensure that safe driving habits are developed and maintained for life. As a leader in driver safety for more than 75 years, you can trust AAA to help keep drivers safe.
This 25 hour course features:
AAA has been America's trusted partner for over 100 years when it comes to automobiles, so why go anywhere else for defensive driving? Our courses have been created for your utmost convenience, anytime, anywhere.
Start AAA's Online Novice Driver Education supplemental course today.
*How to Drive Online is approved by the Maine Bureau of Motor Vehicles for the online course content for Maine's blended curriculum. To be eligible for course credit you must be enrolled with a Maine licensed driving school and attend the first 6 hours of instructor led training before starting the AAA How to Drive Online course. The course is not officially approved in New Hampshire or Vermont for the licensing process but can serve as a supplement to state required training.