The driver improvement clinic course is an eight-hour course, including a final test, and is designed to rehabilitate problem drivers and improve driver safety. The course must be completed in its entirety before the issuance of a certificate of completion.
The course is available to teens and adults.
A refund will be provided if the school is not able to hold a class as scheduled (for example, weather or personal emergencies).
A refund will not be processed if 1) you receive a certificate or other qualifying form, 2) you are not eligible or have taken the wrong course, or 3) you fail to show up for class.
Please contact us before payment at 757-926-5956 or email@example.com if you have questions.
The course consists of a video presentation, class lecture, and discussion, student workbook, and final exam. The final exam is 50 multiple-choice questions and a minimum score of 80% is required to pass successfully. If the final exam score is below 80%, you may return to retake the exam at no additional charge. However, per DMV rules, you can only take the final exam once per calendar day.
The Virginia DMV uses a point system to rate drivers. You receive demerit points for unsafe driving and safe driving points for good driving.
Demerit points are assigned when you are convicted of a traffic violation. The demerit points associated with a conviction remain valid for two years from the date you commit the offense. Different violations carry different point assignments, depending on the seriousness of the offense.
One safe driving point is assigned for each full calendar year that you hold a Virginia driver's license and drive without any violations or suspensions. A driver may accumulate a maximum of five safe driving points. You may earn up to five safe driving points by completing a driver improvement clinic every 24 months.
If you are required by the court to attend a driver improvement clinic, the court will determine if you are to be awarded safe driving points.
Customers directed by the court must present documentation from the court before safe driving points can be awarded.
Bookings will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Don't delay!
How to Book Your Class
All ages must bring a photo ID.
A class may be canceled in the event of low enrollment. A refund will be issued should that happen.
The court determines whether you receive driving points on your record for completion of the course. If the court presented you with a document that states you may receive points, then bring that paperwork with you to the class. We will not be able to issue points for completion without it.
Yes, but, only when there is space available. If you know you are attending, we recommend reserving your seat.
Yes. We provide the online driver improvement clinic through our partner 3A Method Driving Schools. The course is available in English or Spanish. You can complete the course at your own pace. The entire course can be completed from home, including the final exam. Upon completion, we email your certificate. You can request a mailed copy when registering. Learn more by clicking here.