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Driving schools teach driver's ed and driver's training with were formerly taught in public high schools.
Driver's Ed (short for Driver's Education) is a class that is offered in some high schools and some independent agencies where students learn how to drive and practice road safety.
During Driver's Training courses, a dual-controlled car is used to allow students to learn to operate a vehicle without endangering others.
Students take Driver's Ed to supplement the knowledge from government-printed driving handbooks so that they will be prepared for the test to get their learner's permit or driver's license.
Some car insurance companies also offer discounts to those students who have completed a Driver's Ed program.
Students taking Driver's Ed - in some states - have the opportunity to get a waiver, which allows them to receive a learner's permit or driver's license without having to take their driving test.
Successful completion of a DMV approved driver education course is required by many states before young drivers receive their driver license or learner's permit. Driver's ed courses are now also offered through online education websites. Such websites (example: www.Cal-Driver-Ed.com) offer an alternative to classroom courses as some schools do not offer driver education due to increased budget cutbacks.
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