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.

In today’s post, we are going to review a few of the most common questions that people have about our school. Keep reading and if you have additional questions, please stop by our office or give us a call and we would be happy to help!

What kind of classes do you offer?

We offer DUI classes and defensive driving classes that meet the requirements of the Georgia Department of Driver Services. These classes are often taken as a way to meet a court-mandated requirement or to reduce a sentence related to a traffic violation (such as points on a license or a license being suspended or revoked).

Where are you located?

Our building is located less than two miles off of I-85 at exit 104 in Duluth. You can see our specific location and get directions by clicking here for a map of our location.

How long does it take to complete the classes?

The Georgia Department of Driver Services mandates that the DUI class must be 20 hours in length and the defensive driving class has to be 6 hours. Because we know that you have many other things you would rather be doing than spending them in our class, we schedule them to be completed as quickly as possible.

Our 20-hour DUI classes are held from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday, and then from 6:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. on Monday evening. Breaks are given every hour, and an hour lunch is given on Saturday and Sunday. While the classes may seem long, most people are happy to complete training and have a certificate in hand in the course of three days.

Our six-hour defensive driving classes are held on various days throughout the week. Check our schedule or give us a call to find out the next available dates.

I’ve never had a driver’s license — Do you also teach drivers ed?

Unfortunately, we do not teach driver’s education or give road tests for the purpose of obtaining your driver’s license.

I have more questions about getting a DUI or other violations in the state of Georgia. Where can I get more information?

Visit the Georgia Department of Driver Services website for information on violations, suspensions, driver safety, and a list of frequently asked questions. You can also contact our office and we would be happy to answer any of your questions related to attending a risk reduction or defensive driving course.

How do I sign up for a class?

If you’re ready to get started and what to sign up for one of our upcoming classes, you can do it by simply reviewing the list of available classes on our website and then click here to register for the one you want to take. Keep in mind that if you’re registering for the DUI class, you will need to come to our office at least 48 hours before class to complete your registration.

Check back regularly for more information and useful tips on safe driving

At AGLC DUI School, defensive driving and DUI classes aren’t just for people trying to reduce penalties and fines or those needing to complete a court-mandated class. Our roads are a dangerous place and we are here to help you learn how to become a safer driver, be more aware of the drivers around you, and hopefully save lives. Check our blog page often — it’s where we’ll post articles that are not only interesting to read, but they will provide you with knowledge that will hopefully make our roads safer…for everyone.