Virtual Drive of Texas vs Private Driver Education Courses
Private Driver Education Schools require a major commitment from the parent as well as the student. Usually, students are required to attend classes four days a week for three weeks in a row. And parents must either take them to these classes and/or pick them up, disrupting the entire family schedule.
The in-car driver training requires a commitment of many Saturday’s in addition to the classroom portion. Students ride in the vehicle for up to 21-hours, wasting valuable time in the back seat, while other students do their driving.
With Virtual Drive’s Texas Driver Education Course, busy students and parents pick their own time and work the driver education program into their own schedules. The Virtual Drive of Texas program offers flexibility, ease of use and the benefits of individual attention — all from the comfort of your own home.