Overview / FAQ
Overview of this course:
The training required before you can apply for a license depends on how old you are when you start the process. If you are under the age of 16, you will need to complete a Colorado State-approved Driver's Education course in order to receive an Affidavit of Completion. This Affidavit of Completion is required in order to obtain your permit and ultimately, your Drivers License.
- Is approved by the Colorado Dept. of Revenue Agencies for any student or licensee statewide.
- Was designed to provide the opportunity for all young drivers to receive a driving education, regardless of where they live.
- Consists of only the classroom phase of your requirements.
- Is separate from the behind-the-wheel/drive time requirements (See Driving section below).
- This online course consists of 10 Modules, 37 quizzes, 10 Module Tests and 1 Final Exam.
Contents of FAQ’s:
- Course requirements
- General Info
- New student tips
- System and program issues (Fixits, navigational, etc.)
1. COURSE REQUIREMENTS
What is required to receive a Completion Certificate?
In order to complete the online course, all students must successfully pass all quizzes and tests, with a minimum passing grade of 80%. Also, a student can only take the Final Exam once the minimum course time requirement of 30 hours has been met.
How do I get a Certificate of Completion?
You will receive an Affidavit of Completion and a Certificate of Completion to keep for your records. These will be sent to you by email, to the email address that you have indicated to us during registration.
If I finish all of the Tests, do I still have to have a course time of 30 hours?
Yes - As stated in the Agreement, the minimum course time requirement is 30 hours. Your Final Exam will not be available unless you've completed all course material (all quizzes and tests) AND you have a course time of at least 30 hours.
Where can I get the Driving Log?
You can print one of these from the Colorado Dept. of Revenue Website.
A copy is available inside our Parent/Teen Driving Guide that is printable for your use.
Do I have to go to a driving school to get any driving?
Yes - Depending on your age, behind-the-wheel training can be mandatory. Additionally, you must log at least 50 hours of driving time with a parent.
3. GENERAL INFO
What are the Driver Education requirements? (Review Learners Permit Requirement Section)
See all requirements on the Colorado Department of Revenue website.
To register for the Online Driver's Education Course, click here.
Review Colorado current handbook for references https://driving-tests.org/colorado/co-dmv-drivers-handbook-manual/
Is this program licensed by the State of Colorado?
YES! Costech Technologies is an approved Online Driver's Education training school in the State of Colorado.
4. NEW STUDENTS
What are some tips and suggestions for new students?
- Use Internet Explorer
- Reading: The majority of your 30 hours is accumulated from reading. Therefore, if you do not read all pages of the book and you do not have a course time of at least 30 hours, your Final Exam will not be available. The online program logs your time on each page.
- When you are done with your online course for the day, remember to Log out each time
- DO NOT try to print the textbook or workbook. You DO NOT get credit for time spent offline.
5. Program issues (including navigational, saving. Fixits)
When I login, I get the message, “ACCESS DENIED.” What is happening and how do I fix it?
The most common reasons could be firewall restrictions or cookie issues. Here are a few fixits that you can try.
To adjust cookies in Internet Explorer:
- In Internet Explorer click on "Tools" at the top of the window.
- Select "Internet Options".
- Click on the "Privacy" tab.
- In the center of the "Privacy" tab screen, there should be an "Advanced" button. Click this button.
- Ensure that "Override automatic cookie handling" is checked.
- First party cookies should be set to "Accept" and block third party cookies
- Check "Always allow session cookies"
- Click on "OK"
- Exit Internet Explorer and restart your browser
To delete or remove cookies in Internet Explorer:
- Click on the Tools option on the Explorer menu.
- Then choose Internet Options. Under the tab labeled “General” click on the
- Delete Cookies and then Delete Files (check the box labeled 'Delete all offline content'.
- To remove these temporary internet files click on the Delete Cookies button and
- Click the OK button (this removes any cookies still in this area)
- And next click the Delete Files button,
- Check the checkbox for Delete all offline content (these are the pages that are cashed by your internet explorer when browsing web pages)
- And click the OK button (this removes any web pages still cashed).
- Try clearing your Internet Temporary files and cookies.
- Adjust settings on your Internet Explorer with the attached file.
- Adjust firewall settings with attached file (must use acrobat reader to open file or can be downloaded here http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html )
- Change Browser to Firefox at which can be downloaded here http://getfirefox.com