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Improv traffic school and defensive driving courses have undergone numerous traffic safety studies and, time after time, have proven to be effective in reducing future traffic collisions and traffic tickets.
About Improv Traffic School
Interactive Education Concepts (IEC), under the trade names Traffic School by Improv, Improv Traffic School, and Driver License Direct by Improv, has been providing behavior-based driver education, traffic school, and defensive driving programs to satisfied students for nearly 20 years. Improv has won numerous awards from the media and other organizations over the years for its unique curriculum which is written by professional Hollywood writers and based on humor.
Customer satisfaction is Improv’s #1 goal, which is validated by the company’s superb A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
Fun and Not Boring
While the topics contained in our curriculum relate to very serious traffic safety matters, we use humor as a tool for learning, which has proven to be highly effective. We are proud to announce that we are one of a very few courses in the nation that have undergone numerous independent studies and have proved to reduce traffic crashes and future violations by 64%. This claim is substantiated by two independent studies conducted by the Florida DHSMV.
Extensive research has proven that most crashes occur because of the human element. Lack of technical knowledge rarely causes a collision. More commonly, it is attributed to the wrong attitude of the driver.
Using this research as a foundation, the course was created by psychologists who specialize in the psychology of driving; incorporating our approach of combining education and entertainment which actually makes learning fun!
Our traffic safety education courses are approved by a number of jurisdictions across the country for traffic school, defensive driving, traffic/driving safety, teen drivers education, and Point/Insurance Reduction Courses, including: Arizona Supreme Court, California Superior Courts, California Department of Motor Vehicles, Delaware Department of Insurance/DMV, Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, Idaho Division of Motor Vehicles, Michigan Department of State, Missouri Department of Transportation, Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles, New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission, New Mexico Department of Transportation, New York Department of Motor Vehicles, Texas Education Agency, and Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles.
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