Pennsylvania Online Defensive Driving Classes
Why should you take an online driver’s education class in Pennsylvania? To become a better driver, of course! In addition, you may be offered a rate reduction by your insurance company, help dismiss a ticket or even get a job you’ve been after. The benefits of a defensive driving class totally depend on your reasons for signing up.
What About Online Defensive Driving?
There are almost 9,000,000 licensed drivers in the state of PA alone, a large percentage of whom are teens. Teen drivers in particular need more driver training to safely manage the state’s highway system and in some PA counties these classes are actually a requirement before getting your license.Show More
Comfort Of Your Own Home
Forget inconvenient, airless classrooms. Finish your PA defensive driving course from the comfort of your own home! You can use your phone, tablet, or laptop to complete your requirements when it's easiest for you.
Easy and Fun: 100% Online
Yes, your defensive driving course should be fun! Completing your requirements in Pennsylvania from anywhere with internet access makes is way more painless than sitting for hours in a classroom. Plus, our multimedia learning tools are as entertaining as they are educational.
You can rest assured our defensive driving course in Pennsylvania is completely state-approved for content and length. Plus, completing your class before heading to court may help you avoid longer, more tedious in-person classes.
Money Back Guarantee
Worried about making a financial commitment? We offer a full money-back guarantee if you're unhappy with your defensive driving course experience for any reason. We're only satisfied once you're completely satisfied.
24/7 Customer Support
Have a question? Our 24-hour customer support team can answer all your questions about completing a defensive driving course in PA. We're always available when you need some answers.
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For your convenience & security, you will be redirected to our secure registration pages to begin.
Remember: It is your responsibility to check with your attorney, the court,
and/or the DMV to ensure a distance-learning class meets your needs and requirements.