Teen Drivers Education, Advanced Course

Assertive Driving School is exclusively instructed by police officers. Isn't that what your student deserves?

 
Choose Assertive Driving School for the experience and knowledge only a trained police officer can bring to your students' drivers education experience.

Assertive Driving School offers a variety of Teen Driver's Education programs to meet students needs. The Teen Driving - Advanced Course is recommended for the driver needing a little more practice. With classroom instruction and the most behind the wheel training time, the Advanced Course meets your state's basic requirements and best prepares your student for the challenges of driving.

These programs are not offered at all of our locations. For information about programs offered at the school nearest you, click the "Get Started" button or click here.

 Overview

 Defensive Driving School

Most drivers who attend a defensive driving course are required to be there because of a traffic infraction or to reduce insurance costs. Even though you may have to be there, it doesn't mean it has to be boring. Assertive Driving School is the clear choice for drivers who need defensive driving certification but don't want to feel like they have been sent to jail for the day, and who knows, you might actually learn something too!

Defensive driving graduates will:

  1. Improve Their Driving Knowledge
  2. Increase Their Understanding of Local Traffic Laws
  3. Classes Taught by Assertive Driving School (who are also police officers)
  4. Learning Through Multi-Media, Interactive Presentations
  5. Fun Learning in a State-of-the-Art Classroom
  6. The Latest Safe Driving Techniques and Strategies
  7. Learn How Conditions and Circumstances Affect People, Vehicles and Roads

 Traffic safety school may be ordered by District/Municipal Courts as a diversion program. Once successfully completing Assertive Driving School Defensive Driving Class, you may be allowed to keep a traffic infraction from being added to your driving record. Be sure to first check with your referring court prior to taking the course for your eligibility. There are also cases where drivers may qualify for a "deferred finding" if it is requested during a mitigation or during a contested hearing. In order for a deferred finding to not appear on your driving record, the judge may set one or more conditions, including:

 ·         No additional traffic violations over 6 to 12 months.

 ·         Attend a traffic school.

 ·         Compliance with other traffic related conditions.

 ·         Some states may allow a deferred finding only once every 7 years.

 Even though Assertive Driving School is the most respected traffic school in the country, it is always the responsibility of the student to ensure court/insurance acceptance before taking any traffic safety course for ticket dismissal, fine/point reduction or insurance cost reduction.

 Contact your local Assertive Driving School for more information.

 Level I

 Defensive Driving - Level I Designed to teach the basics of safe driving

  1. Traffic School
  2. Ticket Dismissal
  3. Point Reduction
  4. Ticket Diversion
  5. Insurance Discount

Contact your local Assertive Driving School  for more information.

 Level II

 Defensive Driving - Level I Designed to teach the basics of safe driving

  1. Traffic School
  2. Ticket Dismissal
  3. Point Reduction
  4. Ticket Diversion
  5. Insurance Discount

Contact your local Assertive Driving Schoolfor more information.

 

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