The Virginia Driver Improvement Course from Ticket School is an online Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles approved course that is designed to teach Virginia drivers how to be safer on the road. Ticket School is committed to providing our customers with all the information they need to make a smart choice about their course needs. Let’s take a look at some of the most frequently asked questions concerning the Virginia Driver Improvement Course.
Why Should I Take the Virginia Driver Improvement Course?
The Virginia Driver Improvement Course is typically taken for one of the following four reasons:
DMV Ordered – The Virginia DMV may order some drivers to complete the Virginia Driver Improvement Course before their licenses can be renewed.
Court Ordered – Just as the Virginia DMV may order the course, a Virginia court or judge may also order attendance of the Virginia Driver Improvement Course in response to a traffic-related violation.
Auto Insurance Discount – Many Virginia drivers choose to voluntarily take the Virginia Driver Improvement Course in order to qualify for a discount with their auto insurance providers. Please check with your provider to see if you are eligible for this discount.
Safe Driver Points – Voluntary completion of the Virginia Driver Improvement Course also grants participants five safe driver points that are applied to their driving records. The course can be retaken every twenty-four months for this purpose.
How Long Is the Virginia Driver Improvement Course?
The Virginia DMV mandates that the course take at least eight hours to complete. However, once registering for your course online with Ticket School you will have unlimited logins and logouts and are encouraged to work at your pace. That means the course must take at least eight hours to complete, but you can take longer if necessary and may complete the course in as many sittings as you would like.
The only restriction on this is that the course must be completed within 180 days from the date of registration.
Can I Take the Virginia Driver Improvement Course On My Smartphone?
Yes, Ticket School’s Virginia Driver Improvement Course is 100% mobile compatible and does not require any apps or software to use. Simply visit the site with your phone’s browser and login. The course is also available on desktop and laptop computers, tablets, and any other internet-connected device, and your progress is automatically saved and synced across devices.
Where Are the Virginia Driver Improvement Course Testing Centers?
Upon completing the Virginia Driver Improvement Course you will need to pass a 50-question final exam with a score of at least 80%. This exam must be taken in person at an approved Virginia testing center, if you are a Virginia resident. Otherwise, the exam will be delivered online at the conclusion of the course. To find the testing center closest to you please visit our Virginia Testing Centers page. Testing centers include UPS stores, libraries, and a variety of private businesses throughout Virginia.
Why Choose Ticket School for the Virginia Driver Improvement Course?
Ticket School’s Virginia Driver Improvement Course comes packed with benefits including HD video content, a simple, easy-to-use design, a lowest-price and money-back guarantee, and a dedicated team of US-based customer service representatives to assist with any technical issues or other concerns. Our course is also fully approved by the Virginia DMV and designed to be engaging and informative.
What If I’m Not Satisfied with Ticket School’s Virginia Driver Improvement Course?
If you’re not satisfied with Ticket School’s Virginia Driver Improvement Course you may request a refund through our money-back guarantee. Simply give us a call at 1-800-222-9199 during normal business hours (9:00am-5:00pm EST, Monday-Friday excluding all major holidays). To qualify for a refund you will need to make your request within 90 days from the date you registered, cannot have already successfully completed course, and are ineligible if you failed your final exam or if your identity could not be validated.
For an even more comprehensive list of FAQs please visit our Virginia FAQs page or proceed to registration if you are ready to get started.