AGLC DUI and Defensive Driving School has been providing Duluth drivers with DUI and defensive driving courses for years, helping them improve their driving skills, learn from their mistakes and improve their lives as a result. The safety and well-being of the community have always been a main focus for us, and through our virtual DUI and Defensive Driving classes, we’ve been able to provide drivers with the tools they need to succeed. Whether you’ve had your license suspended, received a reckless driving ticket, wish to reduce points off your driver’s license or otherwise, our virtual DUI and Defensive Driving classes are designed with your convenience in mind. To learn more about our DUI and Defensive Driving courses, contact us today.
COVID-19 has impacted our ability to host in-person courses at this time, but we are fortunate enough to be able to offer our courses virtually via Zoom. Much like our DUI/Risk Reduction program, our defensive driving course is also...more
Duluth has always known AGLC DUI School as a quality and trusted resource, and as restrictions for in-person gatherings continue to affect us, we are happy to now be offering a virtual DUI class, making it possible for you to receive your certificate without ever leaving your home. Right now, we’ll be educating you on many of the details of our virtual DUI classes, including how you can partake in them, and what is needed for you to do so. To learn more about our virtual DUI class, contact us today.
In April of 2020 the Department of Driver Services (DDS) approved virtual classes. While we plan to resume in-person classes in the near future, providing you with the best DUI classes in Duluth has always been our goal, and adapting our programs with consideration to Covid 19 related restrictions will allow us to continue doing so so. Taking our virtual classes versus other remote options...more
Many people assume that everyone has the right to drive a vehicle. They often forget that driving is a privilege, not a right. There’s a great deal of responsibility that goes along with being in control of a machine that can easily cause destruction or in the worst cases, take someone’s life. Therefore, the state of Georgia (like other states) considers reckless and negligent drivers to be a danger to the welfare and safety of the general public. In today’s post from AGLC DUI School, we’re going to discuss some of the ways you can lose your driving privileges. Keep reading, and if you are required to complete a Georgia Defensive Driving or Risk Reduction Course, give us a call or register for our next class.more
Drinking and driving is a serious issue. Although it may not seem like a big deal to drive home after having a few drinks with friends, the ramifications of driving under the influence can haunt you for years. In today’s post from AGLC DUI School, we hope you will think about the consequences before getting behind the wheel, and this is why we want to discuss the potential repercussions in more detail. Keep reading, and if you find yourself being charged with a DUI and looking for an Atlanta DUI school, contact us to fulfill your education course requirements.more
When you get behind the wheel, chances are you are thinking of a million different things and driving safely is not usually not the most important. With more and more drivers on the road and many of them being distracted with their cell phones and being in a rush to get to their destination, it is more important than ever to drive defensively and with focus. In today’s post from AGLC DUI & Defensive Driving School, we are here to share some of the easiest ways that you can practice safe driving. Read our blog and if you are interested in attending a local defensive driving class, please give us a call or register for our next class.more
It is that time of year again. The holidays are upon us and for many, that means holiday parties, taking time off to spend with friends and family, and plenty of reasons to celebrate. During this festive time, there are more people out on the roads driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs than any other time of the year. Because of this, DUI arrests usually go up as well. Before you head out to your next holiday event or celebration, take a moment to read through our holiday driving safety tips. If you or someone you know happens to get a DUI this season, contact AGLC DUI School in Duluth.more
According to the Georgia Department of Driver Services, defensive driving programs, also known as driver improvement programs, teach drivers about safe driving attitudes and behaviors. According to this definition, a defensive driving program sounds like a class that should be taken by new drivers as a safety precaution. However, for many drivers, their first experience with this type of program is when it is ordered by court mandate.
At AGLC DUI school, we offer a Georgia DDS-approved 6-hour defensive driving course, and we would like to help you learn a little more about it. First and foremost, you should know that defensive driving courses have several purposes beyond fulfilling a legal requirement. There are several benefits of voluntarily taking our class, which we will explain in today’s post. Keep reading, and then give AGLC DUI school a call to sign up for an upcoming class.more
Hello, and welcome to AGLC DUI School! We are the premier school for DUI classes and defensive driving courses. We’re here to help you fulfill court-mandated requirements, reduce or dismiss traffic violation tickets, license reinstatement or just learn how to be a better driver.
Every year, millions of people are charged with traffic violations ranging from speeding and reckless driving to driving under the influence or worse. If you are faced with one of these charges, you probably have dozens of questions, but likely the first thing on your mind is how to get everything behind you so you can get back on the road again. At AGLC DUI School, we will make the entire process of getting your course certificate as easy and painless as possible.
If you have questions about safe driving, traffic violations or ways to possibly reduce your insurance premiums, our blog page is where to look. We will post articles that will give you the information you’re looking for and maybe even teach you a thing or two that could ultimately save you from getting into an accident.