Join the thousands of teens who earned their unrestricted drivers license by taking our course from the comfort of your home! Your parents will love it too, because we use a bunch of science and games to make drivers ed fun and effective.
The state transportation cabinet requires you to complete a drivers ed program to be eligible for a full, unrestricted Kentucky drivers license.
Get started with our EXPRESS REGISTRATION. It’s free.
Making you a better licensed driver behind the wheel: If you don't think you received the best value and experience on your way to getting your Kentucky Drivers Ed and permit, we'll refund you, no questions asked.
We gathered the world’s leading driving experts, behavioral scientists, and Hollywood writers to create the world's first microlearning Driver's Ed course.
Four independent studies show that our courses are effective in reducing collisions and traffic violations for Kentucky drivers. Receive your graduated driver licensing program by having fun!
Kentucky State developed a program for new drivers to help them become safe and responsible drivers. The system consists of four phases, where each stage gradually exposes a new driver to the intricacies of the rules of the road as well as driving skills.
No matter what age you are, you can only apply for an Intermediate License after you’ve carried a permit for a minimum of 180 days without any moving violations. They are good for 3 years, and can be renewed after 3 years have passed.
If you want to legally drive, then yes, you need to take the GLE course. Those with permits and are under 18 must complete it before they will be eligible for the full unrestricted license.
The course is designed for a 4-hour class for new drivers with the emphasis on driver safety, responsibilities and decision making. Laws, rules, regulations, licensing, seat belt safety, drinking and driving, and other driving skills are discussed.
Yes. All drivers who received a license under the age of 18 must complete the GLP course before they can receive their full unrestricted license.
Yes. The GLP course must be completed within 1 year of your license issue date.
Yes, you must complete a Driver Education Course before you can apply for the full unrestricted license.
You can take it here, online!
It depends on your specific policy. Check with your insurance company to find out if you qualify.
You will have to wait 180 days from the date that you received your intermediate license, while also keeping a clean record (no tickets!), before you can apply for your full unrestricted license.
Yes, you are required to complete the Driver Education Course before being eligible to apply for the full unrestricted license.