Downey, California 562
30 hour Online Drivers Ed Approved by the California DMV
We offer Online Driver Ed to all of Los Angeles Couty
Welcome to our CA DMV APPROVED Online Driver Education Course!
We offer DMV sample permit tests as well as the DMV video test so you can study and look over the questions as many times as you like, Just click on the links on the top right side of the page. When you are finished with our course we will send you your completion certificate.
This course is divided into 22 chapters, Once you finish each chapter you will have a short quiz to test your knowledge. You must get a mandatory 75% to move to the next chapter. You can complete the course as per your schedule. If you leave the site, your information and test scores will be saved, so you can log back in anytime and continue with the course.
Upon Completion, You’ll Receive an Email from the Website with the marks you received in each chapter and by Mail We will send you The Certificate of Completion of Drivers Ed
Please check out our website www.drivingschoollessonplans.com it has resources and supplies such as videos, books for the classroom and literally everything you need to you get up and running for your driving and or traffic school as well as our lesson plans (courses) for sale.
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Downey was founded by and named for the former Civil War governor of California, John Gately Downey, when he subdivided land he procured between the Rio Hondo and the San Gabriel River. The Southern Pacific Railroad arrived in 1873, and farmers in the area grew grain, corn, castor beans and fruit until around 1940. Downey was described as an “orange-grove town” in 1935. Downey was incorporated in 1956, and instituted a charter form of government in 1964. Suburban homes and factories replaced the farms after World War II. The largest employer was originally Vultee Aircraft, then North American Aviation, (later North American Rockwell, then Rockwell International which was then bought by the Boeing company) whose facilities produced some of the systems for the Apollo Project as well as the space shuttle. The seventy year history of airplane and space vehicle manufacturing in Downey came to an end when the Rockwell plant closed in 1999. The former Rockwell plant has been converted to the Downey Landing shopping complex, a Kaiser Permanente hospital, a park, a space museum and Downey Studios.Near the center of the city lies what was once one of the busiest intersections in the world, the intersection of Lakewood Boulevard (State Route 19) and Firestone Boulevard (former State Route 42). Route 19 was a major thoroughfare between Pasadena and the port at Long Beach, and Route 42 was part of the old Spanish Trail system that connected Los Angeles to San Diego.In the 1960s the town’s Downey Records achieved a small notoriety with recordings like The Chantays’ surfing instrumental “Pipeline”. Downey’s two main public high schools are named for Governor Downey and Governor (and later, Chief Justice) Earl Warren.Downey is home to Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center, which is the main public rehabilitation hospital for Los Angeles County. Rancho Los Amigos is renowned worldwide for its innovative contributions to the care of spinal cord injuries and post-polio syndrome.Downey was featured in the 2008 American action comedy film Pineapple Express. Much of the buildings along Florence Ave. can be viewed in a driving scene towards the beginning of the film.