Court-Referred Defensive Driving Course
This 4-hour National Safety Council course is used around the country to reduce traffic accidents, fatalities and general violations by teaching up-to-date basic driving techniques. After successful completion of the class, each student will receive a certificate of completion. This course satisfies the Minnesota state requirements for court-referred violators. Check with your court to see if it meets local requirements.
What will I learn?
- What is a preventable collision?
- A collision-prevention formula
- How the driver, the vehicle and the environment work together
- Common driving errors
- Proper passing techniques
- How to make split-second decisions
- How to drive in adverse conditions
- What to know when driving near school buses, emergency vehicles, large trucks, motorcycles, slow-moving vehicles
- How alcohol and drugs affect driving
- Statistics on drinking and driving
What if I can't make it to the class?
- If you cannot attend the class on the assigned date, you must call at least 2 working days before the class to reschedule without charge.
- If you are late or miss the course, you will have to register and pay again.
Registration form (mail or fax)
Registration must be received at least one week before class date. Pre-registration is required. Confirmation with course location and date will be sent when registration is received.
For more information contact Angie at firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone 651-228-7302 or 1-800-444-9150, ext. 302; fax 651-291-7584.