Defensive Driving Course and Ticket Dismissal
DrivingMBA does not offer the Defensive Driving Ticket Dismissal class, however, we do provide an on-line option through Arizona On-Line Defensive Driving. Below is some information regarding the on-line option:
There are 14 chapters and 14 quizzes, 3 questions per quiz. There is a final exam that has 50 questions. A student must pass the environmental final exam with an 80% or better. These are course specific questions (there will be text highlighted throughout the course that may or may not have to do with traffic safety). A student is only given one chance to pass this portion. You must pass the content final exam with an 80% or better. These questions are related to road rules and regulations and you are given two chances to pass this portion of the test. If you fail either of the two finals, then you will need to repeat the course in a classroom. You would receive a refund for the court diversion fee only.
Verification of student identity may be confirmed online through our Experian verification tool. This method allows the student to answer credit based questions such as “select the company you have your auto loan through” If the student does not want to pay the additional fee, they may attend a testing location, option 2 below.
1. Experian Verification – $10.00 or
2. Attend a testing location – free of charge certificate sent. Arizona On-Line Defensive Driving sends the certificate to the student and to the state.
Instant completion certificate delivery by e-mail is available for $16.95.
Prior to starting the course the school must verify a student’s eligibility. They must fax, e-mail or mail over the eligibility form, a copy of the citation, and a copy of their driver’s license (front & back) (fax: 1-866-417-3308 or e-mail forms to email@example.com. Click here to view the eligibility form.
A student needs to complete the course seven (7) calendar days before their court appearance due date. Arizona Driver can gran an extension for certain courts. (refer to the court list for extensions).
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