Help teens prepare for their DMV permit exams. As part of our Corporate Social Responsibility mission, our valuable online driver education program is being offered free of charge to a limited number of U.S. libraries.
Unlimited access allows your patrons to practice at the library, at home, or on the go using our free app or mobile-friendly site. No registration required!
Attract More Patrons
Providing free driver education resources will instantly send teenagers streaming through your library’s doors.
Car & Motorcycle
Whether they want to get behind the wheel of an automobile or motorcycle, we've got practice tests for everyone. Driver's Handbooks, too!
Frequently Asked Questions:
How does it work?
For a limited time, all setup, design, development and monthly maintenance fees will be waived for qualified US public libraries who complete our online application and are accepted into the program. You must apply on or before 12:00 PM EST on JANUARY 15, 2015 to be considered eligible for this program. If accepted, all fees will be waived for the duration of your participation. The website will be hosted on a driving-tests.org subdomain (xyz.driving-tests.org), but will have your organization's logo and a 'In Partnership with (your organization)' title on every page.
Can I see some examples?
Absolutely! Here's an example of such branded website that we just put together for the City of Alameda Public Library, CA: http://afl.driving-tests.org. Your branded website will look the same and will contain the same driver education tests, only specific for your state.
How long will the 'Pro Bono' program last?
The application deadline for our 2014 pro-bono program is 12:00 PM EST on JANUARY 15, 2015. Once you're accepted, your service will be free for as long as you continue to participate in the program. You may terminate your participation in this program at any time without any penalty or fee. This program is 100% free for qualified organizations.
Is there a formal agreement?
Please review our terms and conditions HERE. By submitting an application for this program, you agree to our terms and conditions.
Will our patrons see ads?
No! Our pro bono educational license is 100% AD-FREE and will always stay this way. You will only need to link to your own ad-free ‘branded’ website (xyz.driving-tests.org)
Do you collect any sensitive information about our patrons?
How do I let our patrons know about this program?
Once your website is ready, we'll send you a web address (xyz.driving-tests.org) unique for your library. You'll also receive several banner images: please feel free to use one or more of them on your library website to let your visitors know that they can now use your ‘branded’ permit practice test website. We recommend placing the banner (you can also use a text link, if you prefer) linked to your unique branded website either on the main page of the library website, on the relevant 'Database' pages, or on a page that teenagers are most likely to visit often ('Teens' or 'Useful Links' sections are usually great choices). If you wish, you are also welcome to create a special page for this program, where you can place a short description of the partnership. Examples: Here’s how the Alameda Free Library has recently announced the partnership on their website:
Dedicated page announcing the partnership to their patrons: http://alamedaca.gov/news/2014/04/29/free-driver-permit-tests-library Linking from their ‘Careers’ section: http://alamedaca.gov/library/databases#careers Linking from their ‘Teen Services’ section: http://alamedaca.gov/library/teen-services Here’s another example (banner on the main page) from the Berkeley County Library System (SC) - http://www.bcls.sc.gov/Pages/default.aspx
Accessibility features are very important to our library. How does Driving-Tests.org address this?
Accessibility is important to us, too! The new 'Read Aloud' toolbar (found in the footer of every page) includes tools that will allow users to hear selections read aloud, make them into MP3s, translate pages into other languages, magnify text, and mask sections of the screen for greater visibility. All our tests can now be read aloud for those with vision problems, ESL speakers, and those with learning disabilities, like dyslexics.