This course will help you meet the requirements of your course order.
We are an official affiliate of American Safety Institute. They are approved to offer the New York Driver Improvement course, which you will take with them.
Here our just some of their perks:
American Safety Institute. They will be your course provider.
All you need is the internet and you are set.
Fully downloadable upon completion.
Take it around your schedule 24/7
ASI is State Approved.
Videos and animations.
The course is made up of reading, breaks, and many scenario questions on subjects that relate to the reasons for why you are taking the course. These questions occur throughout the course and the state requires that you write a response for each one that is a minimum of 50 words.
It’s a minimum of 12 hours, but it is self-paced and you can take your time to complete it. Once you complete the first 4 chapters, you will need to wait 24 hours before you can continue the course.
You can download and print your certificate of enrollment from your account dashboard immediately after you purchase the course and complete the registration and security questions.
As soon as you complete the course, American Safety Institute (ASI) will email you your certificate, which will also be available for immediate download inside your account! If you would like the certificate to be mailed to you, they can mail you a hard copy for $5.95 and it usually takes 3-5 business days to arrive. Certificates are mailed the same business day if you complete the course by 2pm.
This course is required if your driver’s license was suspended in Florida for accumulation of too many points, because you were a habitual traffic offender (non-DUI related), or you received a court order. As long as your offenses don’t include a DUI, you can take this course to fulfill the state’s requirements for reinstating your license.
To be suspended for points, a driver accumulates:
· 12 points within 12 months (30 day suspension);
· 18 points within 18 months (3 month suspension); or
· 24 points within 36 months (1 year suspension).