Traditional Driver Ed School Required

In Michigan teens are required to attend a traditional driver ed school, usually offered through a school or a local commercial center, in order to get their license. But what if you want to do more than just learn to drive? What if you want to learn to drive collision-free? If you want to do that, then you need Driver Ed in a Box®. Only Driver Ed in a Box® gives you the tools you need in order to create and build the habits of collision-free driving. Michigan also requires a minimum 50 hours of supervised practice, which Driver Ed in a Box® will make a conducive and productive experience for you and your parent. While you attend driving school, you can use our program as supplemental material, as many of our customers in Michigan have.

Driver Ed in a Box® taught many things that we did not cover when I was teaching him to drive by myself. He is a much better driver because of this program.” – G.W., Parent

“This program is very good in explaining the steps for each maneuver. It gradually builds from the beginner’s lessons up to the skilled, and gives some situations that one might meet up with in their driving. I enjoyed the Driver Ed in a Box® curriculum.” – Julia Shore, Parent

“I learned everything I needed to prepare me for the road.” – Ronnie Andrews, Student

Is your goal simply to get a license?

Or is your goal to drive collision-free?

At Driver Ed in a Box®, our goal is to help you become a collision-free driver.

Michigan Department of State.