Defensive Driving Classes Coming Soon!
Everyone knows that traffic tickets can result in court appearances, fines, and higher insurance costs. However, you may have additional options that can save you money while improving your driving with potential reductions on a traffic violation in exchange for completing the 4 - 8 hour Defensive Driving Course.
Drivers may request to attend a Driver Improvement Course if they accumulate four points (on the 8-point scale) or seven points (on the 12-point scale) on their driving record. To receive point credit, an individual must qualify and have a conference with an administrative hearings officer.
Our Defensive Driving Courses are not only designed to meet court related requirements. They also cover topics that can literally save you and your families’ lives. Today’s driving environment is more challenging and stressful than ever before. Students who take these classes say the training makes them more aware of dangers on the roads and safer drivers.
YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE THE 8-HOUR CLASS IF YOU HAVE PREVIOUSLY COMPLETED THIS 4-HOUR CLASS IN THE PAST 3 YEARS!
This course offers an opportunity for drivers to receive a PJC eligible for traffic infractions like speeding and red-light violations. Students learn essential defensive driving techniques that can reduce collision-related costs, injuries, and fatalities.
This is a highly participatory class that assesses the individual’s driving behavior, and then involves the students in developing an action plan to improve driving behavior and personal responsibility. A driver’s behavior is a reflection of their attitude. Students are directed into understanding how their driving results from choices they make and that the responsibility of safe driving is their own. Appropriate violations for this course include:
Improve Your Driving Skills with a RoadWise Driver
AAA’s RoadWise™, a senior defensive driving program is designed to positively affect driving behavior and help you learn about and adjust to age-related physical changes. Driving is a skill that can and should be continually improved. Taking a comprehensive driving improvement course will ensure that you have the most up-to-date driving techniques and understand the latest vehicle technologies. As you age, it is important for senior drivers to know and understand how to adjust for slower reflexes, weaker vision and other changes.
The course covers topics like:
Drivers 65 Plus is a brochure that features a 15-question self-rating driving assessment exercise designed to help you examine your driving performance. After answering the questions, follow the instructions to calculate your score and get information about your driving performance. The driving assessment will list your strengths and weaknesses, along with suggestions for how to improve your driving.