Before you register for the course, here are some things you should know:
HOW THE COURSE WORKS
The course is divided into 10 units, with each unit containing its own quiz. You will have to answer all the questions correctly on each quiz in order to move onto the next unit. Once you have completed the units, there is a 30 question final you will need to take in order to receive your Certificate of Completion. A score of 80% on the final is passing. Once you have passed the final, a Certificate of Completion will be mailed to the address you have provided us. You can then use the proof of completion to take the DMV permit test.
Our course website requires that your web browser accept “cookies”. The default setting for your web browser is to have cookies enabled, so unless you have personally disabled cookie handling, you may continue with the course.
While using the internet, users are frequently getting disconnected. Getting disconnected can be due to another call coming in via call waiting, a lost carrier connection, or your computer crashing. It is important to note that as you complete each of the required unit sections and unit tests, your progress will be recorded. If you are knocked off line prior to finishing a unit section or while taking a unit test, you will have to go back to that unit section or test and complete it. We cannot control you internet connection and are therefore not responsible for any issues regarding getting online or getting knocked off line. If these issues do occur, it is advised that you contact your internet service provider.
AOL has activity requirements while online. There is a chance that during some of the longer unit sections that AOL make take you off line. Therefore, try to remain interactive with AOL if you find you’re a taking a longer time than needed to finish a section.
Please remember that this course is only a summary of current laws and regulations. The DMV, law enforcement, and courts follow the full and exact language of the law contained in the California Vehicle Code. Fees mentioned in this course are subject to change by legislative mandate. This course cannot be relied upon as law. You may review the California Vehicle Code Book online at http://www.dmv.ca.gov.
The information requested during the enrollment and payment procedures is information required by the State of California DMV in order for them to determine the eligibility of the student to receive a license or is required in order to process the credit card payment. All information provided is confidential and our pledge is that we will never sell or give the information to a third party.
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