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Did you receive a traffic ticket? That can certainly put a damper on your day. Did you receive 2 tickets? Yikes, those violation points are starting to add up. Luckily you can take a defensive driving course to get those tickets dismissed or have the points reduced or removed from your license.
For state specific information, please click on your state listed on the left.
Before we continue, we want to clarify that different states may use different names for the course. Please do not let this confuse you. Although defensive driving is the most commonly used name, other names include:
- Driver Safety Program
- Driver Improvement Program
- Traffic School
- Point and Insurance Reduction (PIRP)
- Internet Point and Insurance Reduction (IPIRP)
- Accident Prevention
These are only some of the names that are used. No matter what your state calls it, you can rest assured that all of the courses listed on the left side of this page are approved and meet the requirements of their particular state.
Online Vs Classroom
If you're here, the chances are you need to take a defensive driving course. The only thing you really need to decide is whether you should take the course online or attend a traditional classroom course. There are several issues with the classroom course. The first one is they are usually boring. There are plenty of excellent instructors out there but from our experience, too many of them are painfully boring. The second issue is fitting them into your schedule. Most driving schools only offer the defensive driving course on weekends or weekday evenings. Almost everyone needs to shuffle their schedule around to go to the class. Now some people prefer to attend a classroom course, and that's fine. You're still going to receive a tremendous amount of knowledge regarding safe driving practices, new traffic laws, and collision avoidance but taking the course online does have its advantages.
The first and biggest advantage to taking the course online is the convenience. Not only can you take the course any time of the day but you don't need to complete the course in one sitting. Taking the course online allows you to take the course in multiple sessions. You'll have the ability to log in one day and take the course for 15 minutes or an hour and then come back later on or the next day and pick up where you left off. As a matter of fact, you can split the course up into as many sessions as you need. The main purpose of the online course is to make it easier for people to get their driving education.
Although the convenience of taking the course online is the greatest advantage, there are numerous other benefits. The advantages include:
- Cheaper than a classroom
- Not Boring
- All of the benefits of a classroom
- Entertaining video and animation
Are you still here? Why haven't you registered yet? I guess you need a little more convincing. It's a proven fact that drivers who take a defensive driving course are less likely to be involved in a car accident. If you are less likely to be in an accident, then you are less likely to be injured while driving. What's more important than getting you and your passengers to your destination safely?
Approved Courses Coming Soon:
Washington Level 1 and Level 2
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