ALASKA ONLINE DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSES
Easy to Pass. Discount on Auto Insurance. No Hidden Fees.
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Most drivers use the 1-hour version to get their defensive driving discount
Choose the 8-hour version to meet specific insurance requirements
No Hidden Fees
Full-screen video course, final exam, completion certificate, live customer support – all for one affordable price.
Certificate of Completion
Your certificate of completion is emailed immediately after successfully completing the course.
Our full-screen video is easy to view on your phone, tablet, laptop, or computer.
Eligible Alaska drivers may be able to save money on insurance premiums by completing this course.
Enjoy Key DriveSafe Online Defensive Driving Course Advantages:
Cruise Through Our Defensive Driving Course on Your Schedule
With the DriveSafe Online Alaska defensive driving course, you’re in the driver’s seat. You determine how fast you complete the course. Need to take a break? Our easy bookmarking feature will bring you right back where you stopped whenever you’re ready – no repeating content. You can even switch between devices if needed.
Our defensive driving courses include the information you need to earn your safe driver completion certificate. That’s why 99% pass the final exam on their first attempt. We provide the most efficient solution for your defensive driving needs.
Immerse Yourself in Safe Driving Knowledge
DriveSafe Online courses take a fresh approach to teach driver safety. We bring your driver’s manual to life. You’ll have a new perspective on safe driving and have fun while you learn.
Video. Video. Video. Did you catch that our courses feature full-screen videos instead of just text-filled screens? Most other online driving courses think audio or video options are a luxury available only for an additional fee.
That’s not us. All DriveSafe Online courses include access to high-quality video content at no extra charge.
Test your decision-making skills in real-life driving situations. Interactive scenarios teach practical techniques that can help protect you and others on the road.
Review the material you need to know to be a safer driver, and then take a practice quiz over that information. Our practice quizzes are strategically placed throughout the course to help you understand
DriveSafe Online’s Alaska Defensive Driving Courses can save you hundreds of dollars on your auto insurance. The savings last for three years once you complete the course.
Can you afford to wait?
DriveSafe Online May Help with Your Traffic Ticket
If you have received a traffic ticket, you may be eligible to have it dismissed simply by passing a DriveSafe Online course and paying any required fines. Start by asking the court where your ticket was issued if you qualify. Keep in mind that laws and regulations regarding the use of online defensive driving courses can vary from court to court. Before you take any online driving course, be sure to ask the court contact handling your traffic violation if the course meets their requirements for ticket dismissal, deferral, or diversion.
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Want to know how much people love our courses? Check out our customer reviews to hear from our satisfied customers. You’ll see that we designed this course with your needs in mind, because we want you to be our next satisfied customer – and we want you to tell your friends. Give us a chance to earn your business. You won’t regret it!
Trust Our Money-Back Guarantee
If you complete our course for a defensive driving discount and are unable to receive one from your insurance provider, you’ll get a full refund of your course fee. Always check with your agent beforehand to make sure your car insurance company offers a defensive driving discount and that you are eligible for savings.
If you have questions, we have answers! It’s easy to register and convenient to complete our course, but our friendly customer support is available 24/7 to help you.
You Will Love These Alaska Defensive Driving Program Benefits:
- Interactive exercises to gauge your driving skills
- Smart bookmarking so you won’t repeat content
- Live chat customer support for prompt assistance
- Easy to see full-screen video for hassle-free viewing
- 24/7 online access for flexible and convenient learning
- No course timers mean you control your self-paced review
- Easy to complete exam with 99% passing rate on first attempt
- Earn a defensive driving discount to save money on car insurance
- Refresh and improve your driving skills
- Get the best value online! Receive all video course content, all practice quizzes, the final exam, and your completion certificate for only $24.95
Frequently Asked Questions:
Getting an Alaska Driver License
Alaska teens are eligible to apply for an instruction permit when they turn 14 years old. Applicants will need to bring a completed application and parental consent form and proof of identity and residence to a DMV location. Applicants will need to pass a vision test and a knowledge exam during their visit. Prior to taking the knowledge test, applicants should study the State of Alaska Driver Manual.
Instruction permits are valid for two years and may be renewed one time. Drivers who hold an instruction permit must have a licensed driver over the age of 21 who has at least one year of experience driving the same type of vehicle in the passenger seat at all times.
Drivers who have held an instructional permit for at least six months and have turned 16 years old are eligible to apply for a provisional license. Drivers must also have completed 40 hours of supervised driving, including 10 hours in challenging conditions such as inclement weather and after dark. Application must be made in person at a DMV office and the applicant must pass a road test. When driving unaccompanied on a provisional license, the only passengers under 21 that are allowed are siblings, and driving may not occur between 1:00 am and 5:00 am unless it is for the purpose of employment.
Upon reaching the age of 18, Alaska drivers may apply for a full, unrestricted driver’s license.
Alaska License Renewal
Alaska drivers can renew driver’s licenses online, by mail, or in person.
Alaska driver’s licenses expire 90 days after the driver’s 21st birthday and can only be renewed after the birthday. Drivers over 22 can renew their licenses online or by mail if their personal information hasn’t changed and they did not renew by mail during the previous renewal.
Some drivers who are not otherwise eligible to renew online or by mail may be granted an exception if they do not have a local DMV office. Rural Alaska residents can find more information in the Guide to Rural Driving Information.
Alaska REAL ID
Do you fly commercially or visit federal property? Beginning October 1st, 2021, a REAL ID-compliant driver’s license or ID will be necessary to board domestic flights and access federal property, such as military bases and government offices. A REAL ID is identified by a star in the top right corner.
There is a $20 fee, in addition to standard driver’s license fees, to purchase a REAL-ID compliant driver’s license.
Visit the REAL ID Checklist to see a list of acceptable documentation.
How to Get an Alaska Insurance Discount
Auto insurance companies may offer a defensive driving discount to eligible Alaska drivers. The terms and amount of savings may vary from provider to provider. Follow these simple steps to get your discount.
Check with your insurance agent
Informed drivers are safer drivers. Safer drivers save themselves and their insurance providers money. Ask your agent if a defensive driving discount is available, and if finishing a DriveSafe Online course will earn you a discounted premium rate.
Complete the DriveSafe Online Defensive Driving Course
Registration and login couldn’t be easier. Just fill in a few information fields and you’re on your way to learning how to become a safer driver. Review the content. Pass the final exam. And you’re done! Sound too easy? It is! More than 99% of drivers who take our course pass the final assessment on their first attempt.
Give your agent the course completion certificate
Check your email inbox for your completion certificate. You can print a copy to deliver to your insurance agent, or have it emailed directly to your agent when you pass the course. No waiting. No hassles. No extra charges for the certificate you’ve earned.
Alaska Division of Motor Vehicles
The Alaska Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) oversees the issuance of driver’s licenses and identification cards. The Alaska DMV is a division of the Department of Administration. Whether you’re applying for your first driver’s license, need to renew your existing license, or you simply have questions about Alaska traffic laws and regulations, the Alaska DMV is the resource for all your driving-related needs.
25 Years of Training Experience
DriveSafe Online® defensive driving courses are developed by the same award-winning eLearning team trusted by top companies around the world to train millions of people.
Some of our clients and partners include Oracle, Hyatt, Cessna, Kellogg’s, PepsiCo and Georgia-Pacific. We have been creating online courses since 1994. In fact, we helped develop many innovative standards you see in online courses today.
Simply put, we know what it takes to create online courses that are interesting, fun to take and actually help you learn.
Our work has earned multiple awards for:
- Best content
- Best advance in technology
- Best innovation
Now our team is focused on revolutionizing online driver education.
DriveSafe Online courses merge unique graphics and animations, interactive scenarios with narrated stories and video demonstrations—including in-car and drone footage—to deliver safe driving information like no other online defensive driving course available today.
Our mission is to develop a better way to help you:
- Save money on your auto insurance
- Meet court-ordered driver improvement plans
- Dismiss traffic tickets or reduce points
- Reinforce your driver road knowledge
- Become a safer driver
The way we see it, we all share the same streets and highways. If we each take the time to do our part to understand driving laws and regulations, improve our driving performance, and be courteous to other drivers, the roads will be safer for everyone to enjoy.
Drive smart. Drive confident. And always, DriveSafe.