6 Hour Adult Drivers Ed Course For University of Texas At Dallas (UT Dallas) Students

If you are an incoming, current or former University of Texas at Dallas (UT Dallas) student who needs to get your Texas drivers license - and you are between the ages of 18 to 24 - then you can take the State of Texas mandatory six hour adult drivers ed course online.  You can take this at your own pace and on all devices (laptop, smart phone, tablet, etc.), and there is no reading required -- just video.

You don't even have to live on campus, or elsewhere in Collin County, in order to take this course. 

Click here to discover more: https://www.driverseducationofamerica.com/texas/about-us/counties/collin-county/

 

We also made a playlist of videos with some insights that might help you when driving on the University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) campus, driving around Richardson/Plano and some useful driving education instructional tips.

 

We also found the resource to help you with parking permits on the campus: 

https://services.utdallas.edu/transit/park/



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