Traffic Violations/Tickets/Court Ordered Classes~
Your Court Requirements &
Reduce Your Insurance Costs
Credit: Various Courts and Insurance
Companies will give credit for this course. Check with the appropriate
authority to verify your options and required course hours.
Objectives: The majority of court-ordered
offenders are basically good drivers most of the time--who make a mistake
once in a while. However, this same situation is what causes tickets,
and kills people once in a while. This course of study is designed to
remind you of the details and level of attention necessary to prevent
accidents. For Level-II,
An attitude adjustment & CPR Study Segment are required.
All students must be in attendance in the
classroom for the specified required hours, to receive a certificate of
Four (4), eight (8), twelve (12), or sixteen
(16) hours of required class attendance is the standard. The court establishes
a student time requirement if a traffic violation is the cause of attendance.
All participants should participate in class-discussions
and view all videos. You will attend classes with new drivers and are
expected to share your experiences with these inexperienced students.
All students are given the AAA Text,
Managing Visibility, Time & Space--an
excellent "Risk Management" manual.
Completion: Certificates are issued
the same day the course is completed.
Asked Questions ~
In Class Requirements
1. Review all
2. Read Colorado Handbook,
3. Take a Sample Test--100
questions from State Driving Exams.
4. Prepare for, and take Chapter Tests in
the Driver Improvement Program
of the American Automobile Association.
5. View the videos provided during class time.
6. Enjoy Guest Speakers--Any
of the four sessions may host guest speakers.
In Class Requirements
1. Complete all Level-1
2. Attitude Adjustment Exercise: Complete worksheet as directed.
3. Prepare for and complete the Tests from the "How to Drive" Test
Booklet of the American Automobile Association.
4. Read the Red Cross First Aid Booklet "Til Help Arrives"
in preparation for the EMS System.
5. Review CPR Skills and other Emergency skills as required.
6. Other activities may be assigned by your instructor.