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Which North Dakota course should I choose?
This course is used by individual North Dakota courts and traffic enforcement agencies for ticket dismissal as part of the traffic ticket adjudication. Complete this course only if you were given permission or ordered by the court or regulatory agency.
Select this course if you were referred by your insurance company for Policy Discount / Mature Driver Program.
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10 simple chapters on an easy to navigate page. If you are not ready to pay, you can start the course now with no obligations. You will be directed to the payment page once you complete Chapter 1.
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How Do North Dakota Driving Courses Work?
In North Dakota, a growing number of people use defensive driving courses or traffic schools to enhance their driving skills. At the same time, North Dakota driving schools are also effective measures to:
The following information provides details about the North Dakota driving courses as well as explains the benefits.
Details About the North Dakota Driving Course
In approximately four hours, your instructor will teach you about the safe driving habits demonstrated by responsible drivers. At the same time, the course will teach you how to become a safer and more defensive driver. The North Dakota driving course is broken up into different chapters, and each chapter focuses on a different subject, which typically includes:
After each chapter, you will be given a multiple-choice quiz. At the end of the North Dakota driving course, you will be given a mandatory final exam. In order to pass the final exam, you will be required to provide the correct answer for the majority of the questions. All of the questions are taken directly from the content in the course. If fail to pass the exam, your test provider may allow you retake the exam up to a certain number of times before you are required to retake the course.
How to Lower Your Insurance Rates
Once you successfully complete your North Dakota driving class, you will receive a copy of your certificate of completion along with a copy for your insurance company. You will be required to hand deliver or mail the insurance copy to your provider. Since each insurance provider has different rules, it's important to speak to your insurance company about their procedures before you take the course.
How to Have a Ticket Dismissed
In order to have your ticket dismissed by a North Dakota driving course, you must have received a notice letting you know you are eligible to take the course. On the other hand, you can contact the North Dakota court responsible for issuing your ticket to see if you are eligible. If you are taking the defensive driving course to have ticket dismissed, you are required to fulfill the following:
After you have successfully completed the course, you will be required to submit the certificate to the respective court to receive credit. For more information about the procedures to have your ticket dismissed, contact the respective traffic court.
Different Types of North Dakota Driving Courses
Classroom North Dakota Driving School
In North Dakota, you may be eligible to take the course in a commercial driving school or from one of the online providers. If you take the course in the classroom, you will have an instructor guide you through the process. Keep in mind, the classroom course must be completed on the date you sign up to take the course.
Online North Dakota Driving School
On the other hand, a growing number of people find much more convenience in taking the course online. With the online North Dakota driving course, you are allowed to complete it at your own pace from the comfort of your home or anywhere with Internet access.
In most cases, you are required to take the online course within a certain number of days after you sign up, typically 180 days. If you fail to complete the course within the allotted time span, you may not be eligible for a refund. However, you should contact your provider for specific information about your course requirements and rules.