Georgia Online Defensive Driving Course
Easy, Full-Screen Video, & No Hidden Fees with a Money-Back Guarantee!
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Most drivers use the 1-hour version to get their defensive driving discount.
Choose the 6-hour course if required by your insurance company.
No Hidden Fees
Never had them. Never will. Our simple pricing means you get access to the full video course and completion certificate for one low price.
No Course Timers
Forget the digital speed bumps. You control your own pace through the course (unless timers are required in your area).
You’re mobile and so is our course. Enjoy the most engaging online defensive driving course on your favorite tablet anytime, anywhere.
Money Back Guarantee
No risk. We promise your money back if you’re unable to save on your insurance with our course certificate.
Our Georgia Defensive Driving Course Features:
- No course timers
- 100% online and mobile friendly
- Fully narrated video and animation with closed captioning
- Certificates available after course completion
- Money-back guarantee
- Only $24.95 with NO hidden fees
Complete Georgia Online Traffic School in Shortest Time Allowed
When you take one of our Georgia driving courses, you are in the driver’s seat. You control your own pace. With no timers, we made it easy for you to avoid the no-passing lane and move through the video material like a delivery driver on the open highway.
Also, with mobile-friendly programming, the courses look great on computer screens or smaller tablet displays. So, if you begin a course on your computer at home, and then continue it on a tablet during your daughter’s karate class, no problem. The course remembers where you left off so you won’t have to repeat content or miss any critical information.
Enjoy the Most Engaging Online Driver Improvement Programs in Georgia
We made our Georgia driver improvement courses interesting to watch and easy to navigate. Topics are presented in short chapters based on the latest Georgia Driver’s Handbook.
All DriveSafe Online defensive driver courses include high-quality video with in-car and drone footage to offer multiple views of driving situations. Unique animations highlight important information and demonstrate key driving techniques. Interactive scenario activities promote safe driving decisions. And helpful review quizzes reinforce Georgia laws and regulations to help you pass the certification assessment.
Did you know?
The average insurance savings for Georgia drivers who take our course is $177.77 per year and $533.31 over three years.
Take Advantage of Georgia Driver Money-Back Guarantee
We like our Georgia driver education courses and stand behind our work. And we believe that you’ll like them, too, which is why we offer a money-back guarantee.
If you are unable to save on your motor vehicle insurance with our course completion certificate, we will refund your money. It’s that simple. You have absolutely nothing to lose…except for some bad driving habits.
Enjoy the benefits of the best Georgia Driving Course including
- Reduce auto insurance premiums up to 10% per year for 3 consecutive years
- Reduce points on your license due to speeding tickets
- Refreshed and improved driver education
- Unique in-car and drone video for real-world perspectives
- Practice quizzes to help you pass
- Online 24/7 access to fit your schedule
Frequently Asked Questions
- Georgia Insurance Discount
- Georgia Ticket Dismissal
- Georgia DDS Info
- Getting a Georgia Driver's License
How to get your defensive driver insurance discount in Georgia:
- Contact Your Insurance Agent
Safe drivers save insurance companies money because they have fewer accidents, so they file fewer claims. That’s why traffic school classes are a popular option for improving driving skills and knowledge. Ask your insurance agent if you can get a discounted rate for completing our online Georgia defensive driving course.
- Register and Complete the DriveSafe Online Georgia Defensive Driving Course
Registration is simple and takes only a few moments. Once you select your DriveSafe Online course, you’ll have access to the full list of course options including multimedia, practice quizzes/final assessment and the course completion certificate.
- Get Your Georgia Defensive Driver Completion Certificate
Once you successfully pass our safe driver course, you will receive your completion certificate by email. You can also have the certificate emailed directly to your insurance agent who can begin processing your insurance discount.
How Much Money Can I Save on My Auto Insurance?
Completing a defensive driving class will make you a safer and smarter driver, and could even get you a sizable discount on your auto insurance.
Many insurers offer discounts up to 10% off premiums for clients who complete an online defensive driving course. This represents an average savings of $177.77 per year and $533.31 over three years per driver in Georgia. Check with your insurance provider to find out if you qualify for a defensive driving discount.
Can I Get My Ticket Dismissed in Georgia?
If you get a traffic ticket in Georgia, be prepared to pay the price. Not only will you be charged a fine for the violation, but points could be added to your driving record.
Speeding in Georgia
For example, drivers caught speeding through the State of Georgia will be assessed the following points:
2 Points – 15 to 18 mph over the speeding limit
3 Points – 19 to 23 mph over the speeding limit
4 Points – 24 to 33 mph over the speeding limit
6 Points – 34 mph or more over the speeding limit
Georgia Permits Point Reduction
While Georgia courts do not allow traffic tickets to be dismissed, there is the chance to have points removed from your record. Georgia residents may request up to 7 points removed once every 5 years, if they complete a defensive driving course. You should be familiar with all the requirements before applying for a Georgia DDS points reduction.
Georgia Point System Details
Georgia uses a system that assigns points to traffic violations. If you are convicted of an offense, the court notifies the DMV and points are added to your driving record. The more serious the violation, the more points you receive.
For example, speeding 15 mph over the speed limit registers 2 points, while aggressive driving could add up to 6 points. If you collect 15 points within 2 years, your license could be suspended.
Georgia drivers may be able to remove up to 7 points every 5 years. To be considered for point reduction, qualified drivers must successfully complete a defensive driving course and submit their certificate to the DMV. Visit the Georgia DDS website for more information.
Georgia Department of Drivers Services (DDS)
The Georgia Department of Drivers Services (DDS) is the official government DMV office that provides Georgia driver’s licenses and state identification cards. Whether you’ve earned your first driver’s license, need to renew your existing license, or you simply have questions about Georgia driving laws and regulations, the Georgia DDS is a great resource for all your DMV needs.
Find the Nearest Georgia DMV Office
The Department of Drivers Services has many locations throughout Georgia. Visit the Georgia DDS website to find the office closest to you. You can search for Customer Service Centers to see addresses, phone numbers, hours of operation and even the services each office provides. Be sure to review this information so you know where and when to plan your visit.
Schedule a Georgia DDS Appointment
The Georgia DDS only accepts appointments for road tests. If you are a teen ready for your behind-the-wheel test, or you are interested in getting your commercial or motorcycle license, you may schedule an appointment at your local DDS office. Be sure to visit the DDS web site and review the requirements before scheduling your road test.
Documents to Take to the Georgia DMV
If you need to visit the DMV, you will most likely need to take documents to prove who you are and where you live. To avoid a wasted trip, visit the Georgia DDS website to review the list of required documents to complete your task.
How Do I Get a Georgia Driver’s License?
Getting a Learner’s Permit
Driving for the first time is a memorable event. It’s the first step in the graduated process toward earning your CLASS C driver’s license. To apply for your learner’s Instructional Permit, you will need to do the following:
- Be at least 15 years of age
- Pass a vision exam
- Pass the written knowledge test over road rules and signs
- If under 18, have a responsible adult, such as a parent/guardian or authorized driving instructor, sign your application
Click here to see a list of required documents you’ll need to complete the process.
Getting Your Provisional Driver’s License
There are several requirements you must meet before getting your provisional (CLASS D) Georgia driver’s license. For instance, you must:
- Be at least 16 years of age
- Satisfy Joshua’s Law requirements, which includes completing an educational course and having no less than 40 hours of experience behind the wheel with a supervising adult
- Have owned a learner’s permit for a minimum of one year and one day
- Pass a road skills test
Click here to see the full list of requirements and documents needed.
Getting Your CLASS C Driver’s License
Once you have held your provisional driver’s license for one year and one day—and you have not committed any major traffic violations—you are ready to visit the nearest Georgia Customer Service Center to upgrade your license to the full CLASS C Georgia Driver’s License.
How Can I Access the Georgia Drivers Manual?
The main requirement for earning your Georgia driver’s license is to pass the written test. The Georgia Drivers Manual covers everything you need to know to pass the test. So study early, study often…and then study some more.
Can I Take a Practice DMV Test?
They say practice makes perfect. Take this DMV practice test to measure how well you know the information, as well as to review the types of questions you will see on the official knowledge exam.
How Do I Renew My Georgia Driver’s License?
You may renew your Georgia driver’s license 150 days BEFORE it is due to expire, or up to 2 years AFTER it expires.
There are multiple ways to renew your license including online, in person at a DDS office, by regular mail, or through the DDS 2 GO Mobile App. Click here to download the app.
If you are renewing for the first time, or are applying for your first license, you must visit a DDS Customer Service Center in person. Be prepared to provide documents that verify your identity, social security number and your home address.
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 hundreds of thousands 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.