The National Safety council in-person course is accepted in all 50 states. We notify the Virginia DMV electronically of your successful completion but you will also get a paper certificate to give to the court.
We keep costs low, and therefore, prices competitive. The cost is $90, but you can get a $15 prepay discount for registering more than 24 in advance, which brings the total price down to $75.
The 8 hour in-person classes are offered every Saturday beginning at 8am and every other Wednesday beginning at 9am. If these two days don’t work with your schedule, you can check out our online course.
Who should take this course?
If you received a speeding ticket or have too many negative driving points, this course is for you! Colonial Driving School offers a DMV Certified 8-hour Driver Improvement Clinic to teach Defensive Driving to students who have been referred to driving school by the DMV or the court system, or individuals who just want to get points taken off their licenses. Students can take the class as a volunteer every two years and get up to 5 safe-driving points, and they can take it more often if the courts/DMV require it.Register Now
What does the course cover?
During the course, we train students to drive in such a way as to save time, lives, and money. Our DMV Certified Driver Improvement Clinic is a lively interactive class that equips people of all ages to drive defensively by teaching them to recognize the hazards, understand the defense, and act correctly in time. In addition, the course addresses common driving violations that result in collisions and how to change driving habits to eliminate moving violations.Register Now
Yes. We are accredited by the VA DMV and our course is accepted by all courts in Virginia.
Many insurance companies give discounts to people who take this course. Speak to your insurance agent to find out if your company is one of them.
Yes. Our in-person Driver Improvement Clinic is the 8 Hour National Safety Council curriculum. Our Driver Improvement Clinic satisfies 8 hour driving school requirements for every state in the United States.
If you are taking the course to satisfy a court requirement, then you cannot get points - but you will probably get your ticket reduced or dropped. If you are taking the course to satisfy a DMV requirement, or as a Volunteer (once every two years), then you can get up to 5 points.
103 Highland Ave
Colonial Heights, VA 23834