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.