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North Carolina Approved Virtual Driver Education Course for Teens

North Carolina Virtual Drivers Ed

North Carolina Approved Virtual Driver Education Course for TeensNorth Carolina DMV Approved Virtual Driver Education Course for Teens!

This is a North Carolina DMV Approved Virtual Driver Education Course for Teenagers (must be at 14.5 years old but not more than 18 years old and actively enrolled in a public, private, charter, or licensed home school).

Our virtual drivers ed course is designed to prepare you for your permit and driving license tests. The classes are taught in Microsoft Teams and you can join the course from anywhere with an internet connection and on any device.

Once the virtual classroom phase of Driver Education is completed, an official NC DMV SBT-611 certificate will be mailed to you and this will allow you to enroll in behind-the-wheel training lessons at any driving school in your area.

Course Price only $260

Monday August 5

  • Class starts Monday, August 5, 2024
  • Class ends Friday August 9, 2024
  • Classes Monday to Friday
  • Hours: 9:00am to 2:30pm
  • One 30min break

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August Session

  • Class starts Monday, August 19, 2024
  • Class ends Friday August 23, 2024
  • Classes Monday to Friday
  • From: 9:00am to 2:30 pm
  • One 30min break

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August All Saturday Session

  • Saturday classes: Aug, 3, Aug, 10, Aug 17, and Aug 24
  • Must be available for all 4 Saturdays
  • Hours: 8:00am to 2:30pm
  • One 30min break

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September Session

  • Class starts Monday, September 16, 2024
  • Class ends Friday September 27, 2024
  • Classes Monday to Friday
  • Hours: 4:00pm to 7:00pm
  • One 30min break

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I really liked taking this online course because it was easy and convenient to my schedule. Instead of sitting in a boring class, I was able to take it from the convenience of my own home! All the material was easy to read and learn from. I recommend this online course.

George Russell, Decatur

North Carolina Virtual Drivers Ed

#1 - Enroll In the Course

Register in minutes by paying with a credit card.

#2 - Select a Date

Select the date you want to start.

#3 - Join the Class

Join our live virtual classes with Microsoft Teams, you can connect from anywhere and using any device.

#4 - Receive Certificate

Once you complete the course, your official SBT-611 completion certificate will be mailed to you.

North Carolina Virtual Drivers Ed

North Carolina roads are among the most dangerous for teen drivers. According to a report, teen crash fatalities in the state is 64% more than the national average. Many road accidents are avoidable with an excellent drivers education course. For a reputable drivers ed provider, choose DmvEdu – the country’s leading provider of drivers ed online courses.

Why Take DmvEdu’s North Carolina Virtual Drivers Ed Course?

We know that being able to legally drive is an important milestone in a teen’s life. We are here to ensure that this happens without any inconvenience.

Our virtual classroom-based program is geared towards making it easier for you to comply with your teen drivers education requirements.

North Carolina Virtual Drivers Ed Microsoft Team Classes

DmvEdu’s top-rated North Carolina virtual drivers ed course is meant to make learning convenient and fun – perfect for today’s teens who have hectic schedules.

Enrolling in our virtual drivers education program is a decision you won’t regret. It offers all the benefits you would expect from a leading drivers ed course.

Microsoft Teams Virtual Classrooms

One of the noteworthy benefits of our virtual drivers education is that you can join our classrooms via Microsoft Teams. You can join the classes from anywwhere with an internet connection and with any device. Our course is all about letting you study easily and comfortably, allowing you to learn better and retain more information.

Comprehensive Course Content that Meets State Standards

This North Carolina drivers education course is designed to equip you with the knowledge you need to earn your driver’s license and become a safe driver. It is comprehensive and complies with NCDMV and state standards.

Our course content covers all essential topics that you need to know to pass your DMV knowledge test on your first try. More importantly, it contains everything you have to learn to drive safely – from North Carolina traffic laws to defensive driving techniques.

Effective North Carolina Virtual Drivers Ed Course

We’ve helped thousands of teens in North Carolina and other parts of the country pass their knowledge test and become safe drivers. These highly satisfied students do not just rave about our comprehensive course content but also our well-designed website and exemplary customer service.

Reliable Customer Support

Our goal is to make drivers education hassle-free for you. This means answering your queries and resolving technical issues quickly. You can count on our friendly and efficient team to provide immediate support from sign-up to completion.

In Raleigh or Charlotte, our drivers ed course is accessible on the Internet to all North Carolina residents. With DmvEdu, it is all about learning safe driving techniques in a convenient and fun way!

Course Price only $260

Monday August 5

  • Class starts Monday, August 5, 2024
  • Class ends Friday August 9, 2024
  • Classes Monday to Friday
  • Hours: 9:00am to 2:30pm
  • One 30min break

Enroll Now

August Session

  • Class starts Monday, August 19, 2024
  • Class ends Friday August 23, 2024
  • Classes Monday to Friday
  • From: 9:00am to 2:30 pm
  • One 30min break

Enroll Now

August All Saturday Session

  • Saturday classes: Aug, 3, Aug, 10, Aug 17, and Aug 24
  • Must be available for all 4 Saturdays
  • Hours: 8:00am to 2:30pm
  • One 30min break

Enroll Now

September Session

  • Class starts Monday, September 16, 2024
  • Class ends Friday September 27, 2024
  • Classes Monday to Friday
  • Hours: 4:00pm to 7:00pm
  • One 30min break

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Course Details

Attendance for the full course is mandatory. Events may arise from time to time which are not within the control of the student yet result in a class absence. For those occasions, it is highly encouraged for the student to communicate such absences with the instructor. We will make every effort to schedule time for make-up within a reasonable timeframe. If more than half of the class is missed, the student will forfeit tuition and will have to register and pay for another class.

Classroom instruction will include reading in Drive Right 11th edition, N.C. Driver’s Handbook, and videos about various aspects of vehicle safety. You are expected to pass Checkpoints (quizzes) to ensure you have a good understanding of the material. Please let us know if you have a specific learning challenge so that we can make the necessary arrangements.

Our way of driving is safe and responsible so you will need to take this course seriously and be ready to cover lots of material.

Please look for an invite via email one week before the class start date with log-in instructions for the virtual classroom. Please review the following documents needed before the start of class:

  • HDS2.0 Contract – If you are under the age of 18, please have your parent/guardian complete and sign the contract before the start of class. If you have already completed an online form, you may disregard this step. Download Contract.
  • Birth Certificate – Please provide a copy of the student’s birth certificate for our records. You may scan a copy and email to [email protected] or you may mail a copy to Holloway Driving School 2.0, 314 W. Millbrook Road, Suite 105, Raleigh, N.C. 27609. The birth certificate must be received before the start of class.
Preparing for a Virtual Classroom Session

The following tips will help you prepare for a virtual classroom session:

  • Test all technology, including the web cam, internet and Wi-Fi connection, audio (headset, microphone, and/or speakers), and (if applicable) screen sharing before the meeting.
  • Log into the meeting a few minutes early so that any technical issues can be addressed and resolved.
  • Cameras are mandatory.
  • Be mindful of and check your background and lighting.
    • Ensure that there is nothing personal, potentially embarrassing or offensive in the video background. Use of a virtual background (if permitted) can help masquerade unsightly backgrounds.
    • Check the lighting on the video. Avoid sitting with your back against a window, as well as too little or too much direct light.
  • Position your camera to show your face, avoid directing it too high or too low.
  • Mute your audio if you are not speaking and be mindful of background noise when you unmute to speak. Excessive background noise is distracting and disruptive to the class. Do not type while your microphone is unmuted, as it is loud and distracting. Look at the camera when you are speaking.
Tips for Success
  • Stay seated and present during the virtual class. Pay attention and participate.
  • Be ready for interaction. As with the physical classroom, be prepared to discuss course material and assignments, interact with your instructor and classmates, and ask questions.
  • Do not interrupt other people when they are speaking or attempt to speak over them.
  • Turn off all notifications and ensure your cell phone is turned off or on silent.
  • Avoid multi-tasking during the class session. Do not work on other tasks, such as checking your Email, texting, gaming or working on other classwork. Give the class your full attention and focus.
  • By attending a virtual class session, you agree to adhere to the guidelines established above. The goal of these guidelines is to create the most supportive, inclusive, and productive learning environment possible for everyone.
What to expect after the course is completed

Certificate of Completion (SBTS-611) will be mailed to you within 3 business days of completion of the course. You need to allow 7-10 business days to receive the certificate through the mail. The virtual students will receive the same certificate as the students who attend class in person.

Once you receive the certificate, you need to take the certificate to your school administrator to obtain a Driver’s Eligibility Certificate. The Driver’s Eligibility Certificate confirms that you are in good standing as far as grades and behavior. This is a requirement through the Graduated Driver’s Licensing program in North Carolina for teen drivers. If you ares home schooled or in a private school, you can access the N.C. DOA website for instructions on how to obtain a Driver’s Eligibility Certificate.

Once you have both the Certificate of Completion from Holloway Driving School 2.0 and the Driver’s Eligibility Certificate from your school, you will take both certificates to N.C. DMV to obtain your Learner’s Permit.

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