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Illinois Drivers Ed


igottadrive provides a basics of driving course that is quick and fun for all learners. We also have practice tests to help you study for your upcoming driving test. A sure fire way to prepare for getting your license.

Prep Tests and Courses for your drivers ed

Gain the extra edge with our online drivers education Illinois course and keep yourself fresh for your Illinois DSF written exam with our IL online practice tests and permit prep courses.

Practice Tests
  • Unlimited Practice Tests
Permit Prep Course
  • Permit Prep Course

If you're at least 15 years old and pursuing the freedom to drive, the ultimate result of having a driver's license, you will need to know how. In Illinois the process of obtaining a driver's license can be quite confusing. Our goal is to take some of the mystery out of the process and get you started with a great online driver's ed course. Check out each of the tabs for more details on the following steps.

Easy As 1-2-3

  1. Take your Online Driver's Ed course from to learn the fundamentals of safe driving and good driving skills.
  2. Get your Illinois instructional permit from the DSF, which requires passing the written exam at the local DSF.
  3. Get your driver's license from the Illinois Driver Services Facility (DSF), which requires passing the driving exam at any Illinois DSF office.

At we are committed to providing clear and engaging information and coursework so you’ll be ready to handle your written exam. We want you to succeed, and you can call or email us any time with questions or concerns about the course.

Important for Illinois students

Getting a instructional permit allows you to practice driving on the road under the supervision of a parent, guardian, or adult who is at least 21 years old. The process of obtaining a instructional permit requires you to successfully pass a written exam at your local DSF office.

Steps to Getting a Driver's Permit

With your instructional permit in hand, it is now time to get in-car training and the necessary experience for taking the driving exam at the  DSF. The most important detail is to get practice, practice, and more practice behind the wheel. It has been demonstrated novice drivers with more supervised practice will become safer drivers, so don't skimp on the practice!

Steps To Getting A Driver's License

Driver's Education Resources

Official Illinois DSF Information

Illinois Partners