Driver Ed To Go has been available for about 10 years with more than 2 million students having completed the course. While the course material is solid, we have received a few complaints about customer service and slow certificate processing times as well as many parts of the course being outdated. This course also dropped to an A rating in 2011 and was dropped from being a BBB certified business all together in either 2015 or 2016. The company now shows an F rating with the Better Business Bureau. For those reasons and a few others, this course only earns a 2 star rating, which is down from a 5 star rating just 5 years ago. It is rather unfortunate to have seen the quality of this online driving school go downhill.
Driver Ed To Go State Certifications
- Green = Certified
- Blue = Not Certified
Things We Like
Lowest Price Guarantee: The real draw to Driver Ed To Go isn’t their excellent customer service or superior course, rather, it’s their price. This is the course for you if you want to sign up for a legitimate company yet still pay the lowest possible price. If you find a cheaper price, they’ll match or beat it. If you use our coupon code (MRD000A23), you won’t find a cheaper course than this.
This is the course for you if you want to sign up for if you want to pay the lowest possible price. If you find a cheaper price, they’ll match or beat it. In addition, you can use our coupon code (MRD000A23) to save even more and you won’t find a cheaper course than this.
Company Reputation (2016 UPDATE!): At one time, we were able to say that this company earned itself a positive reputation with literally millions of students having gone through their program. Unfortunately, the original review was written in 2014 and many things have changed in just a couple short years. They are no longer accredited with the Better Business Bureau and now show an ‘F’ rating with the BBB. Their customer service is poor, we’ve received an increase in complaints about this course, and we can no longer say that they have a positive reputation. Buyer beware!
Free To Try: All of the major online drivers ed courses offer their courses risk free and Driver Ed To Go is no exception. You’re able to try the course out at no charge. About 20% of the way through, you’ll be asked for payment info, but you still won’t be charged until you complete the course (or after 180 days). This enables you to test it out before you spend any money.
Multiple Formats: Some people aren’t into this whole online thing. A good ol’ textbook or a DVD video course might be more to your liking? If so, you’re in luck! This course is offered in multiple formats.
Things We Don’t Like
Company Reputation: Yeah, we cheated and listed this under both the things we like and the things we don’t like. You need to remember that this is a lower priced course and doesn’t come with all the bells and whistles like superior customer service. When you pay a cheaper price, they’ve got to cut corners somewhere. Unfortunately, as stated above, their reputation has only gone downhill since we first created this review in 2014. The reputation for Driver Ed To Go is a bit disappointing and we have been forced to lower their rating until improvements are made.
Outdated Graphics / Videos: Quite frankly, this course is in need of an update. While the actual material is still solid and there’s nothing to be concerned with in terms of safety, it just screams 1999 to us. Some of the videos they use appear to be much older than that! Once again, their target audience is the budget minded.
As already mentioned, this course is the cheapest you’ll find and they guarantee that. Find a cheaper one and they’ll match or beat the price. Driver Ed To Go has given us a discount to post to our sites visitors. You may use this discount link for 5% off or enter discount code: MRD000A23
The Bottom Line
Unfortunately at this time, we are not able to recommend Driver Ed To Go. We highly recommend you check out our other online driver’s education course reviews to look at some of the better options out there.
Review last updated on February 19, 2017