Arizona Defensive Driving: Common Questions

Arizona Defensive Driving Questions & Answers
Thinking about taking an Arizona defensive driving course? If this is your first time you may have a few questions. Perhaps this isn’t your first time, but you still have a few things that you would like cleared up. Either way, we have provided answers to some of the most common questions about defensive driving courses in Arizona below which will tell you everything you need to know about the course!

What is an Arizona defensive driving course?

An Arizona defensive driving course is a traffic safety education course designed to educate Arizona drivers in the art of driving defensively. To be an approved defensive driving school, Arizona requires that course providers meet specific requirements to ensure quality educational experiences for students. These courses, which are approved by the Arizona Supreme Court, offer those who complete them incentives like ticket dismissal and insurance discounts. Even without the rewards, however, these programs are a good idea for all Arizona drivers who would like to increase their safety on the road.

How do I find a defensive driving course in Arizona?

The first step in finding the perfect course for you is to decide which format you would like to use. In Arizona, you can complete a defensive driving course in two different ways: in a classroom setting or via an online provider.
Classroom courses are typically taught in recreational centers on the weekends or during the evening. These can be located by checking your local community boards or completing a web search for classroom courses in your area. Classroom courses have seen a steep decline in popularity recently, so finding on that fits your schedule may be a bit difficult.
Online courses are much easier to find; in fact, you’re on one right now! These courses are much more convenient and can be completed completely from the comfort of your home. Most give you the ability to log on and off as you please, meaning you get to work at your own pace. To register for our online defensive driving course, simply Click Here. You can also Contact Us at any time, 24/7.

What will I learn in an Arizona defensive driving course?

When you attend a defensive driving school, Arizona drivers will learn what it means to drive safely and decrease the likelihood of getting in an accident or receiving a traffic citation. The curriculum includes:

  • Information about current and new Arizona traffic laws
  • Defensive driving tips and techniques
  • Rules and requirements for Arizona drivers licenses
  • Arizona and nationwide traffic safety statistics
  • And much more!

In the end, you will be a better, more confident driver and will have all of the knowledge that you need to make safer driving decisions that you did before the course.

What are the benefits of taking a defensive driving course in Arizona?

Those who complete a defensive driving course in Arizona will receive a few great benefits. First, if you have recently received a traffic ticket, completing a course will dismiss it, meaning your driving record will remain clean. Another benefit of having your traffic ticket dismissed is that your auto insurance rates won’t increase as a result of the citation. Some insurance providers even provide discounts for those who complete a defensive driving course. Lastly, you will be a better driver, increasing the safety of you and your family every time you get behind the wheel!

How does your Arizona defensive driving program work?

The process of completing a defensive driving course in Arizona is fairly simple. Our Online Defensive Driving Course only has a few easy steps:

  1. Register for the course.
  2. Confirm your eligibility.
  3. Complete the course online.
  4. Print out your completion certificate.

That’s it! Once you have your certificate of completion you are all done! We take care of notifying the state and court of your completion and forwarding all certification and fees to the correct entity.

When considering completing a defensive driving school, Arizona drivers don’t have to worry about a complicated process hindering their ability to dismiss their traffic citation. We have streamlined the process to make our course easy and convenient. You are welcome to Contact Us at anytime, 24/7, if you have any additional questions. Otherwise, feel free to for our program once you’re ready to get started!

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I register for the Arizona online driving course?

    Registration is just a few clicks away. Click here and get started. Or you can register by phone at 855-374-9891. Questions? We will answer them anytime, 24/7.

  • How much does the course cost?

    Our Arizona traffic school program costs only $29.95 and includes high-quality, state-approved course, final exam, and completion certificate. Also included are free round-the-clock live customer support and transfer of your completion certificate to the court. This cost is only for the safe driver course and does not include court fees, state surcharges, or the ticket fine.

  • Can I pay online?

    Yes! Paying online is easy through our secure server, which is completely safe and privacy protected. You are welcome to pay by phone anytime by calling 855-374-9891, or send a check or money order.

  • What is the value of taking an Arizona driving school course?

    The most important benefit to safe driving is that it saves lives. The course teaches you current Arizona traffic laws, tools for avoiding dangerous and reckless drivers, and why it's so important to avoid the two most common causes of accidents: speeding and following other cars too closely. Added benefits are removing points from your driving record and protecting yourself against auto insurance rate hikes. In essence, defensive driving saves lives and saves money!

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