Online Option

So many parents have been asking for information about online driver education.  Here's information to help out on what steps to take and how to find the best program for you!


Precision Driving is partnered with Driving Brilliance 




Here is some general information about this program:


This is an Indiana approved course


The student can work at their own pace.  So if they only have 20 minutes to devote to the program that day, that's fine.  The most they can work a day on any online is 3 hours a day.




The steps for the process of using online driver education:


1. Enroll the student online with an approved course.

    * We will need a certificate of completion for an approved             course your student completed. 

    *Before you commit to a specific online provider make sure           you do your homework! 

    *Look at prices for the courses and how much it would be for         courses and driving!  

    *Even though you may have a cheap price for online,

       the driving may not! 


2.  Once a student is enrolled, come in and fill out some paperwork and pay for the driving. 

    *We cannot issue a CDE form to get the permit unless a full           driver education course is paid. 

    *Student's using an online provider other  than Driving Brillance we will need to see a certificate before we issue a CDE form.


3.  Once you have the CDE form go to the BMV to get the permit.  Remember, bring the documents and your student will have to take the written test!


4.  Once you have the permit the student can begin driving with us.  You will need to call the office and schedule in drives.


5. We must have a completion certifcate from the online provider before we can schedule any drives.  





1. From this website( in the middle of the main page) there is a link.  

2.  Click the link to drivingbrilliance
3.  Choose "Create An Account"
4.  Go through the account set-up prompts. 
           We recommend when it asks for email, use parent email so                you, the parent, get notifications. 
5.  When you get to package prompt you can either just pay for the classroom at first, which is $80 and then go back in later to pay for driving.  OR choose the $395 option which is for class and driving.
6.  To get the CDE form to take to the bmv to obtain the permit you must:
a. Be enrolled in a full drivers ed class-class & driving
b. Choose the option for class and driving (pay $395)
c. Get a registration form (on our website) to us by mailing in, dropping by, or emailing it to us at
7.  Once the student is officially online and they want to log in to do class they would go to: and put in their username & password.







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How to Find Us


8828 Coldwater Rd.

Fort Wayne, IN 46825


Ph: (260) 490-1007


Office Hours /Driving Hours

Office Hours:


Monday- Thursday

12:00 -5:00 p.m

Friday: CLOSED



Driving Instruction Hours:

Monday- Thursday

2:30-7:30 p.m.


8:30-11:30 a.m.




If these times don't work, contact our office we can set an appointment!






Effective July 1, 2012: Any student applying for a permit must take a written test to obtain their permit at the BMV.  Please call our office if you have any questions.


Effective July 1, 2015 licensing age changes to 16 years and 90 days with driver education.  A student MUST hold their permit regardless for 180 days and log 50 hours in before obtaining a drivers license.




Parents, make sure your student has their permit and proper footwear when they come for a drive time.  There is $40.00 fee if they do not have their permit with them or they are wearing sandals/flip flops. All No Show fees MUST be paid prior to next drive.




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