Colorado Teen Online Driver Education
Minimum Age: 14 years / 6 months Student birthday must be prior to 21 March, 2004
All Star Driver Education is now proudly offering online teen driver's education in the state of Colorado! As long as your teen is at least 14 years 6 months old, they are now eligible in Colorado to begin their driver’s education journey. Our course is geared towards teens who are interested in obtaining their learner’s license once they are least 15 years old directly from the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV).
We are excited to bring this opportunity directly to your home in such a comfortable and convenient way! Students with busy school and extracurricular schedules don't need to worry about finding time to go to a driver's education class anymore. With All Star’s newly released online teen driver’s education program, now your students will be able to take the class wherever and whenever you choose at a pace that's comfortable for them.
How to Get Started
Once you have registered and paid for your online class, the account will remain "locked" initially until we receive a Colorado Online Contract. You can find the Colorado Contract here, or you may contact our office and we can email you a copy of one.
Once you have properly filled out the contract, with handwritten signatures from both parent and student, please feel free to send it into our office by scanning & emailing it to email@example.com, or you may fax it to us at (734)665-7680. If you are unable to email/fax the contract, you can mail it into our corporate office at 75 Aprill Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48103.
Also, in order to issue your certificate, we need the Pre-Registration code that is given to you when you register on the CO DMV website. Once you go through applying for the permit/license and get the confirmation code there is a PDF link to the page with the code on it. It also emails it to you about a day later. Save the code for when you complete the course.
The All Star Difference
Our class is 100% certified by the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and will include the full state required 30 hours of classroom time for our new teen drivers. We are confident that our online program will help set your student up for success as they further continue with their driver’s education. All Star offers a uniquely developed online program approved by the Colorado DMV (Division of Motor Vehicles) that will help your teen first time driver learn the rules of the road, defensive driving skills, preparation for their permit test, and can even make you eligible for discounts with your auto insurance! Our self-paced curriculum is a fun and unique program that takes the dull out of Driver Education. Throughout our course we use visual graphs, pictures, videos, and some quizzes/exams to help students retain this lifelong material! We are proud to have graduated over 100,000 safe drivers through All Star Driver Education!
In addition to our fulfilling and engaging curriculum, we also have a friendly call center staff standing by Monday thru Friday from 9:00 am until 5:00 pm EST ready to answer any of your questions! We also offer live chats through our website, and a 24/7 messaging system so we can make sure to be here step by step during your student’s entire experience through All Star.
If you have any further questions, you are welcome to email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org, or feel free to contact our corporate office directly at (800)967-7719 and any of our friendly call center agents would be happy to further assist you!
Module 1: Becoming a Licensed Driver in Colorado
Module 2: Basic Vehicle Operating Procedures
Module 3: Natural Laws of Driving
Module 4: Visibility, Time and Space
Module 5: Intersections
Module 6: Different Roadway Driving Environments
Module 7: Roadway Communications
Module 8: Physical and Psychological Effects of Alcohol and Drugs
Module 9: Legal, Health and Economical Impact of Alcohol and Drugs
Module 10: State of Mind and Aggressive Driving
Module 11: Fatigue and other Health Conditions
Module 12: Distracted Driving
Module 13: Handling Changes in Driving Environment
Module 14: Speed Laws and Other Motor Vehicle Laws
Module 15: Avoiding a Collision
Module 16: Other Roadway Users
Module 17: Social Responsibility and Driving
Module 18: Maintaining Your Vehicle
Module 19: Purchasing a Vehicle and Vehicle Insurance
Module 20: Get Ready to Drive!
Colorado Teen Driver's Ed Exam