March 10, 2016 – San Francisco, California. DmvEdu.org, a top-rated provider of California driver’s education online at http://www.dmvedu.org/, is proud to announce a major upgrade to its informational pages for persons seeking a California learner’s permit. The company meets all requirements of the California Department of Motor Vehicles, and allows today’s Internet-oriented youth to complete mandatory drivers education requirements online.
“Although today’s California teens are used to having everything easily accessible online, they may not realize the availability of online driver’s education training in California,” explained Azhar Mirza, Managing Director of DmvEdu.org. He continued, “Our website upgrades increase the information available to teens, including in mobile-friendly formatting, and help them educate themselves on available learning options to drive in California.”
To view the newly updated Website, please visit our online drivers education classes on the website. Of particular importance is the updated page on how the online drivers education course can work.
Highlights of Upgrades to Information on Online Drivers Education for California Residents
In today’s digital era, many teens do not realize that they must first pass a written exam before they can start to get behind the wheel. Once they realize that a written exam is the first step towards becoming a licensed California driver, they often go online. They expect to find in-depth information at their fingertips, especially in mobile format, that explains how courses work, the costs involved, and even how to explain to their parents that an online method may be the best for the first step towards a California driver’s license: the learners permit.
The revised home page explains how online drivers education works, as well as has a link to a specific informational page on the topic. In addition, it has a ‘quick link’ to more information and an ‘enroll now’ feature, so that a teen can get started immediately. The informational page has images of a sample DMV completion form and a sample DMV course approval form, so that the teen knows what he or she is looking for. The demo page has links to demos the show the course “in action,” so that the teen can be right at his or her computer and understand the benefits of an online course system. Finally, the newly updated website has a link to non-profits or charity endorsements, so that 10% of one’s purchase can be earmarked to a deserving philanthropic cause.
These are just a few highlights; interested parties are urged to visit the website and drill down to the details.
DMVEdu.org is a top-rated website providing California drivers ed online as well as online traffic school programs certified by the California DMV. Many people come to the site looking for an easy way to find California drivers training online or to learn about the requirements and even take a California driver practice test. Certified by the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), the beauty of the website programs is that one can satisfy DMV requirements at the convenience of a computer.