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Arkansas Defensive Driving
More information to help you make the right choice.
If you have recently been found guilty of committing a traffic violation in Arkansas or if you need to get a lower insurance premium for your autos you could benefit from taking defensive driving classes, also known as traffic school.
Each case is different but depending on your situation defensive driving classes may help you to:
- Get your traffic violations dismissed.
- Avoid getting driving record points added to your license.
- Keep your car insurance premiums lower.
- Get discounts on your insurance for being a safe driver.
You can also choose to complete a defensive driving class voluntarily to help learn safe driving skills that may prevent you from getting tickets or violations later on
The following pages contain helpful information about participating in defensive driving classes in Arkansas as well as who to contact.
Defensive Driving Requirements in Arkansas
Defensive driving classes may be the appropriate option for you if need to get a traffic ticket dismissed that you received recently, or if you need to earn a discount on your auto insurance.
The classes are offered in a classroom setting or you can choose to take them online. Many people choose to take them online since you can work on it at your convenience and at your own pace.
You should contact the court where the ticket was issued to see if you are eligible to complete a defensive driving course. Each situation is different and is handled accordingly.
Dismiss an Arkansas Traffic Ticket
Usually, if you’ve only been found guilty of a minor offense your traffic ticket will be able to be dismissed.
However, more major situations such as accidents that was your fault that involved serious injury or death or if they were caused by drunk driving will not be dismissed by attending a class. Although you may still be required to take a course to help improve your driving.
Contact the court where the ticket was issued and ask if completing a defensive driving course will be able to help you get your ticket dismissed.
If you are able to take a class the court should provide you with detailed information which should include the following:
- If both online and classroom options are available to you.
- A time limit for finishing the course.
- Any added fees or other information you need to provide the court to get ticket dismissed.
Discounts on Auto Insurance
If you decide to voluntarily complete a defensive driving course most insurance companies offer their customers with a safe driver discount.
Most companies offer driving discounts to only young drivers or senior citizens. However, check with your insurance company to see what they offer.
Driving Record Points in Arkansas
If you receive traffic tickets you will have points added to your Arkansas driving record. If you receive to may point you can possibly have your license suspended.
If you have recently received points added to your record you should contact the Arkansas Office of Motor Vehicles (OMV). They will be able to tell you if completing a course will help you by getting your points removed.
Course Details for Arkansas Defensive Driving
Courses offered in the classroom or online offer the same exact information and will take the same amount of time. You will cover the following subjects in either class:<
- Traffic Rules in Arkansas
- Traffic Violations
- Safe Driving Habits
- Respecting other drivers on the road.
- Learning good driving behavior
Usually, you will need to pass a final test to receive your certificate of completion. Once you receive this you should provide a copy to the courts as well as your insurance company.