How it Works
This is a 4 hour class. You can log in and out at any time, we save your progress. Class is available 24/7!
When you finish the course, you will take an identity verification and student participation test. You must pass it with 80% or higher. If you score 79% or lower, you can take the test ONLY ONCE MORE.
Don't worry, the questions are very easy IF you were paying attention during the course. During the course we will alert you to write down the image and phrase of each of these questions, so you are ready for the test.
Once you begin the course, all fees are non-refundable. If you have not started the course, the course fee and processing fee are non-refundable after 3 days.
The court diversion, state fees and state surcharge shall be refunded when:
- A student pre-pays for a defensive driving course, does not begin the course and does not contact the school to reschedule for a future course. The school shall refund the court diversion fee, state fee and state surcharge 30 days after the scheduled defensive driving course date or upon notification from the student the student will not attend a course, whichever is first;
- An officer fails to file a citation with a court and the cited person attends a defensive driving course for that citation. Upon notification by the jurisdictional court, we (the school) shall notify division staff a refund is requested. Upon written approval by division staff, the school shall refund the court diversion, state fee and state surcharge to the student; or
- A citation is dismissed by a jurisdictional court on its own motion, for technical problems not correctable under civil traffic rules of court.
- There are no refunds of school, court fee, state fee or state surcharge if you fail the test or do not complete the class. You have NOT completed the course until you have taken and passed the course. The online class must be completed no later than 7 days prior to your court date.
Penalties for Fraud:
If we become aware that a student has willfully misrepresented himself or has cheated, the student will immediately be reported to the court of jurisdiction.