Do I still have to take CA drivers training after I complete drivers ed? California

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After completing a drivers ed course and receiving your permit you will be required to complete six hours of professional driver training and 50 hours of supervised driving with any licensed California driver 25 or older. The six hours of behind-the-wheel training cannot be observational. It must be actual driving, with a maximum of two hours per session, for it to apply towards your drivers license requirements (simulated driving with a driver ed online course does not count).

You can find tips on how to select an approved CA drivers training school at California's DMV Web site. If transportation to the drivers ed training school is a problem, look for a program that'll pick you up and drop you off at home. 

Keep in mind that you must first complete a drivers education program before you can enroll in a six-hour driver training program.

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