This course is composed of the four (4) following modules:
- Rules of the Road
- Road Signs
- Distracted Driving.
Each module discusses a different topic. After each module, there is a quiz of thirty questions. You must score 70% to pass each module. If you answer a question incorrectly, you may go back and check another response to see the correct answer to the question. If you fail the module, you may re-take the test until you achieve a passing score. When you pass each module’s quiz, you proceed to the next module. You will have TWO WEEKS to complete the course. Failing to do so will require you to purchase the course again.
The course may be completed in one session; however, the student may log on and off the website as necessary to finish the course. If the student logs off, he/she will be able to log back on and resume the course where they previously left the site. To accomplish this task, click on the “My Account” link within the main navigation and sign in. Depending on the student’s internet connection, reading speed, and comprehension level, the course may be completed in a less amount of time. At the end of the course, you will be able to print the Certificate of Completion, which can be located within your “My Account” page, under “My Certificates”. It is your responsibility to get this certificate to the proper court or insurance provider.
Again, this is your responsibility. After completing each lesson or quiz, you will be required to mark as complete certifying that you, personally, have read all of the lessons and taken all of the tests.
The cost of the course is $45. Payment with a credit card or debit card is accepted only if you are using a Visa, Master Card or Discover.
Once you have paid, you will automatically be confirmed to take the course after your payment is received. Once you complete the course, your certificate of completion can be found within your “My Account” page, under “My Certificates”. It can then be printed and sent to the court or the insurance provider you designate at registration.
You must print and send to the court or the insurance provider. This is your responsibility.