Here are answers to some of
the most frequently asked questions we receive:
Do I need to call and reserve a spot in the class?
It is strongly recommended that you call to verify that a class is
scheduled for the date and location you want to attend - call to
make sure our schedule has not changed, but
pre-registration is not required.
Do I need to mail any money before the class date?
No, the class fee is made at the time of registration. Registration is
done in the half-hour before the class begins at the class location.
You only pay TAI for our class fee - any other amounts are paid to
the court usually after you complete the class.
Corporate or group classes can arrange payment options when they
schedule the class.
Q - If the court
orders me to take an 8-hour class can I take two 4-hour classes
That is an answer you have to get from the judge.
If the judge approves this you will have to pay for two 4-hour
classes and you will receive two 4-hour certificates which you will
have to return to the court.
Q - Do you have
to have a driverís license to take the course?
Q - If I only
need a 4-hour class can I come to just half of an 8-hour course?
When will I get my certificate?
For regularly scheduled 4 and 8-hour classes, the certificates are
given out at the end of the class.
For our corporate or group classes, the certificates are printed and
mailed usually within a week after the class.
Q - If I get a ticket
can I go ahead and take the class before I talk to anyone at the
A - Anyone can
take our class BUT not all courts honor defensive driving
certificates. You should check with someone at the court
Q - I was told I could
get an insurance rate reduction for taking one of these classes - is
A - Some insurance
companies give discounts and some don't. It doesn't hurt to
ask your agent, the worse they can say is, "no."
Do you get in a car and teach people to drive?
No, this course is class-room only.