Online Teen Driver Course Now Being Offered in Texas as an Alternative to Traditional Classroom Courses

July 17, 2012

B Line Traffic Schools is offering online Texas drivers ed classes to teens and other first-time drivers as an easy to access alternative to classroom coursework. This online teen driver course is approved by the state of Texas and meets all requirements including the classroom time and the behind the wheel experience for getting a drivers license. Students can study at their own pace and on their own time.

Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) July 17, 2012

Texas teens and others who need their drivers licenses can now take a complete Texas drivers ed course online. B Line Traffic Schools’ online teen driver course meets all state requirements for obtaining a drivers license without the hassle of attending a physical classroom. The interactive and interesting format allows people to work at their own speed to complete the requirements for obtaining a drivers license

For anyone who has a hard time sitting in a classroom for hours at a time, the online drivers ed course can be a helpful alternative when it comes to fulfilling the requirements for a Texas drivers license. B Line Traffic Schools has divided the course into 8 easy-to-follow units that use multiple media types in an interactive format to help maintain the student’s attention while imparting the necessary information. Short, multiple-choice quizzes are given at the end of each unit so the student can see how well the information was learned. The student is allowed to move on to the next unit once one unit has been passed.

“We are excited to be offering Texas drivers ed online. With all that teens have going on today, the online format of our teen driver course fits neatly into their busy lives,” stated Bryce Young, VP of Marketing for B Line Traffic Schools. This statement could be true for anyone who is trying to get their first drivers license. Taking the time to go to a physical classroom to complete the course can be time consuming and difficult when someone else has to drive you there.

The teen driver course has a final exam that must be passed with a minimum 80% grade, but the final may be taken as many times as it takes to pass it. Once the course has been completed, the student will receive a certificate of completion by mail. If you would like to learn more about the Texas drivers ed course, please visit http://www.blinetrafficschools.com/drivers-ed/texas/.

About B Line Traffic Schools:

Founded in February 2009, B Line Traffic Schools´ mission is to provide customers with the easiest and most convenient way to keep infractions off of their licenses, reduce insurance rates, prepare for DMV tests and even attend online drivers ed. All courses are online and allow users to learn the material at their own pace. B Line Traffic Schools is a privately held company and is headquartered in San Diego, California.

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