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* Defensive Driving
Eligibility Requirements

How to Register for a Classroom Class

1. You have not taken an Arizona Defensive Driving class for a violation dismissal within the past 24 months from your last citation date. If your not sure, you may check your eligibility here. (Click here to check your Eligibility)

1. Determine your Eligibility by reviewing the Defensive Driving Eligibility Requirements.

2. Your citation was not the result of a serious physical injury or fatality.

2. Select a Defensive Driving Diversion program date and location from the Class Dates and Locations page (Click to View).

3. You do not hold a commercial driver license (CDL).

3. Complete the Classroom Registration form (Click here to Register), or call us at (480) 361-1858 and we will register you over the phone.

4. The violation you were cited for is on the Eligible Violations List (Click to View).

4. We will confirm your eligibility for the Defensive Driving program through the Arizona Supreme Court Tracking System and confirm your registration by e-mail.

5. You must complete the Defensive Driving program AT LEAST 7 calendar days PRIOR to your court date.

5. Call us with any questions you may have. If you need a continuance (extension), call us at (480) 361-1858, and we will be happy to assist you.


There are NO GAMES TO PLAY, and NO TESTS TO PASS by attending a CLASSROOM Defensive Driving program with our school.


Interested in an Online, internet-based Defensive Driving Course?

You may choose to take the Arizona Defensive Driving program online, through the internet. The internet-based defensive Driving program will take a minimum of 4 hours to complete, and you will be required to pass a twenty five question, multiple choice test at the conclusion of the program. You must score 80% or better to pass the course (you can only miss 5 of the 25 questions to pass). To register for an online defensive driving course, visit our Online Classes - (Click here) page.

Cost to Attend and what to bring to Class

It depends on the jurisdiction where you received your traffic complaint/citation. The State Court Fee is $20, The State Surcharge Fee is $45, and our School Fee is $38 when paid with certified funds, or $45 when paid by debit or credit card. The jurisdictional court information is found on the ticket, and their fees vary by court. We accept certified funds (cashier's checks or money orders), and we accept debit and credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover cards). Fees are collected at the beginning of class and you may change from one payment method to the other without notifying us. We do not accept personal checks.

To determine the total cost of your traffic ticket, click your choice of payment method:

What to bring to class: A copy of your complaint/citation and any related documents you have received from the court, your fee payment (certified funds (cashier's check or money order) in the EXACT amount, made out to Arizona School of Defensive Driving, LLC, or Credit/Debit (Mastercard, Visa or Discover) card), and your driver license. You may also bring a refreshment and snack.

Refund Policy

It is an Arizona Supreme Court policy that once you begin the Defensive Driving Diversion course, there are NO REFUNDS!! If you start the class and, for any reason, are unable to complete the 4 to 4.5 hour class, you will not receive a refund or partial credit. We will reschedule you for a different class session provided you would complete the class at least 7 calendar days before your court arraignment date.

 

Arizona Supreme Court Website and Toll-Free Phone Number

 

Website: www.AzDrive.com - Toll Free Phone: 1-888-334-5565