You will receive two certificates upon completion of the course; one for the court and one for your insurance for a discount. A certificate that has been lost in the mail will require a 21 day waiting period before a replacement certificate can be issued (unless you chose overnight or two day delivery). If the certificate arrives mangled from the postal service, call us and we can issue a replacement sooner.
You have the option to add a different address during the registration but remember, WE CAN NOT, BY LAW, MAIL THE CERTIFICATE TO THE COURT. You must sign the certificate, so give us an address where you are sure you can receive the certificate.
Most, but not all, courts want a copy of your driver record sent in with the certificate you get from us. It comes from Austin and if you don’t have the time or patience to get it, we can get it for you. You can choose to have us get it during registration and then again at the end of the course.
For defensive driving in the State of Texas, this course has to be a minimum of 6 hours, but that includes an hour of breaks. Of course you can take as long as you like but you cannot take less than 6 hours.
You will need: 1. Your driver’s license number. 2. The license plate number of the car you drive the most. 3. If you have a ticket to dismiss you will need the citation number off the ticket and your court date. 4. A credit or debit card. If you do not have a credit or debit card then call us and we’ll get you started right away while you mail us a payment. If you do not have a Texas driver license, please download, complete and send us this affidavit.
No. Instead of a single final test covering the material spread out over six hours or longer, we ask a few questions at the end of each chapter, while the material is still fresh in your head, and use that as a “final test”. There will be no long final separate quiz encompassing the entire course.