You will need to bring your citation/ticket, a valid government issued photo ID and any document regarding an extension or permission to attend you may have received from the court. Additionally your full payment in the form of a cashier check or money order made payable to Defensive Driving.

The Supreme Courts Defensive Driving website or by calling the toll free information line. More Info or call (800) 437-2433.

Defensive driving class will dismiss one eligible civil moving traffic violation all others must be handled with the court of jurisdiction.


The Supreme Courts Defensive Driving website or by calling the toll free information line. Click Here or call (800) 437-2433.

In accordance with Arizona Supreme Court regulations the only case where a state or court refund will be granted is if the officer fails to file the citation with the court, or the citation is dismissed by the court for any reason. In all other cases a refund will not be granted after your class has already begun.

Class is mandated by the Supreme Court to be no less than 4 hours of in class time but not more than 4 and ½ hours. This time does not include the time for registration or any breaks.

No. We will upload your violation for dismissal after class and you will not need to contact the school or the court for any reason regarding your violation.

The instructor must make 100% verification on all students. This is done to ensure all information uploaded to the Supreme Court website is accurate for your violation dismissal.

Yes. Please call us to reschedule your class. There will be a $10 rescheduling fee applied to your total cost if your original scheduled class date has passed.

You will need an extention, if you cannot complete the class at least seven (7) calendar days before the court date stated on your citation.

Yes. You do not need to provide this to the court unless specifically asked by the court.

Yes. Feel free to bring food to refreshments to class (non-alcoholic).

Simply provide your course completion certificate to your insurance carrier.

Yes. Both courses are mandated to last at least four (4) hours, but the online course requires you to take a test at the end and you must score at least 80% to receive the credit. The classroom course requires NO TESTS to be taken, only 4 to 4.5 hours of attendance.

Do you still have a question? Call (480) 374-1335 (800) 437-2433 or send us a message by using our online contact form.

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