All driver's ed classes are being taught remotely by a live instructor on Zoom. We recognize that virtual learning is different from traditional classroom learning. To help maximize your driver's ed experience, we have developed the following resources and guidelines for our digital classrooms.

DMV Remote Requirements:

  1. Students must participate in the entire 2-hour session on Zoom. We will submit the Zoom's participation log as our attendance.
  2. Students under the age of 18 will need a parent/guardian to sign that their teen attended the full 2-hour session for every class taken remotely.
  3. Students will need to take and pass a 10 question quiz following each online session to prove that you actually learned the material.

Our Digital Classroom Requirements:

  • Legal Name as Display Name
    • Please make sure that your full legal name, as spelled on your Learner's Permit, appears on your Zoom account. If you have a nickname you prefer to be called, you can add it after a dash after your legal name. Ex: James Smith - Jim
  • Cameras On
    • During class, your camera must be on and pointed towards you on a stable/steady surface. If you have technical limitations and are unable to comply with this requirement, please notify your instructor via private chat message on Zoom.
  • Please Come Ready to Learn & Take Notes
    • You should be seated upright, in a quiet location, where you can remain focused and present for the duration of class. We recommend, and research shows, that using a physical notebook and taking notes by hand supports learning and recall.
  • Show Up and Be on Time
    • You must be fully present for the entire duration of class in order to get credit. Scheduled breaks will be given. Attendance will be taken at the start of class, after break, and at the end of class.
  • Avoid Digital Multitasking
    • We understand the pull to do things while in a Zoom meeting, like scrolling on your phone, playing games, or checking your DMs. We challenge you to focus on the class materials in the same way you will have to focus (without distractions) while driving.

How to Use Zoom Resources

  • Creating a Zoom Account
    • Before you can use Zoom, you will have to create a free account. Click here to create your free Zoom account. You will need to enter your email address and birthdate.
  • Downloading the Zoom App
    • Once your account is created, you can download the Zoom app to your device. Click here to download the app. You can choose to download the app to your computer, mobile device, or as a browser add-on.
  • Testing a Meeting in Zoom
    • If you've never used Zoom before, it can be helpful to try it out in a test meeting first. This will familiarize you with what your classes will look like and how to use Zoom's features. After you've set up a Zoom account and downloaded the app, click here to test out a meeting.
  • Accessing Your Class
    • A link to your Zoom classroom will be sent to you via email and text before your lesson. Just click the link and the Zoom app will open. Log in to your Zoom account, if prompted, and the Zoom app will open into your class.
  • Rescheduling a Missed Class
    • Need to reschedule a class you missed or need to move a class you've already scheduled? Check out this video!
  • Changing Your Display Name
    • For attendance purposes, please make sure that your display name is your full legal name, as spelled on your Learner's Permit, prior to joining our classes. Unsure how? Check out this video on How to Change Your Display Name on Zoom.
  • Using Zoom Virtual Backgrounds
    • You can add images that block our your background while using zoom. Click here for instructions and FREE Zoom Virtual Backgrounds!

Remote Support

Zoom link not working? Can't log in to your class?

If you're experiencing issues logging in to your Zoom class, after the class has started, please email for assistance.