North Dakota Defensive Driving

Overview

Point Reduction

Our 4-Hr defensive driving course is approved by the North Dakota Department of Transportation.

3 Points Every 12 Months

Take our defensive driving course to get 3 points removed from your driving record. You are permitted to take a defensive driving course in North Dakota once every 12 months.

Alternative Dispostion

Take our course if you elect to attend a defensive driving course to keep points off your record for a single citation. You must notify the court of this election at the time you post bond. Up to five points may be kept off your record. Please check with your court to ensure you are eligible for alternative disposition.

Fast, Easy, and Reliable

Our course is easy, fast, and reliable. We guarantee the lowest price and your satisfaction! If you are not happy, you don't pay. It is that simple!

How It Works

Get everything done in four easy steps!

Register.
Complete the course.
Pass the exam.
Get your certificate.
 

Register

Registration is fast and easy -- only two minutes! Create a username and password. Use your username and password to access the course as often as you want. We provide an unlimited number of logins.

Complete the Course

Our course consists of eight lessons, including slideshows, animations and fun facts. You can complete the course at your own pace: a little at a time or all in one sitting. Each time you login, we automatically take you to where you last left off. You can login from any computer, anytime, anywhere!

Pass the Exam

At the end of your course you must pass the final exam with an 80% or higher. The 25 question exam is easy and takes about 10 minutes. Take the exam online after you finish the course. You receive your grade immediately. Most people pass the exam the first time. However, you can take the exam as many times as necessary -- there is no extra charge.

Get Your Certificate

As soon as you pass the final exam, you will be able to print your Ceritifcate of Completion. You must sign and submit this certificate to the North Dakota Department of Transportation.