Whether you're 16 or 60, if you want to become a licensed driver in Hawaii, taking an approved Driver's Ed class will get you one step closer to your goal. The course will teach you everything you need to know about legally operating a vehicle on the different roadways of Hawaii. You'll also learn how to interpret and follow various road signs, including speed limit signs, yield signs, and many others.
Before obtaining your Hawaii driver's license, you will need to pass both a written examination and a behind-the-wheel examination. Your driving instructor will provide you with the information you need to get one step closer to passing both examinations and earning your driver's license.
Completing a driver's education course will put you one step closer to meeting the requirements of your learner's permit and getting behind the wheel.
Even if you're an experienced driver or a parent getting ready to teach your teenager how to drive, a Driver's Ed course can help refresh you on topics including:
Driver's Ed, whether it's a requirement or not, can benefit all drivers.