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  • Summary: The game allows teens worldwide to prepare for the written portion of their driver's licence examination, customized to the country, state or province in which they live. Drivers Ed Portable features two modes: Test and Train. Test mode includes sample tests for the written part of the driver's license examination for all 50 US states, 13 Canadian provinces and territories, as well as Spain, Italy, France, Germany and the United Kingdom. User progress are tracked, so the player knows where they need to improve their study in order to be successful in their actual test. Train mode includes three fun and educational mini-games targeted to new drivers. [DreamCatcher] Expand
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  1. BrianLaws
    Jan 23, 2009
    I bought this title when it first came out and all reviews I found were still pending since it was still so new. The wording of the questions for my states questions (Illinois) are far off. It was like reading an instruction manual written for the US by someone from overseas that don't use the same terms as us and therefore it causes confusion. I'm sorry I bought this title before reading any reviews, because I know when those pending reviews come out... they will not be good!

    This title was a great idea and I hope to see more educational titles, but this title was poorly made.
  2. ZackAveryt
    Jan 29, 2009
    This "game" is not only boring due to fewer and less interesting minigames than advertised, it is also outright DANGEROUS! It lets you tell it where you live before you start, but the "correct" answers for some of the quizzes are actually WRONG! This makes this game worthless even if it was free. Expand