Driver Improvement Certificate
To receive credit for our Virginia driver improvement course, you will typically be required to submit proof of your completion. We will automatically notify the DMV of your completion on your behalf. We will also send you a certificate of completion to submit to the proper entity or keep for your records.
Depending on your reason for taking the course, your driver improvement certificate should be handled in one of the following ways:
- Court Purposes: If you are taking the course to fulfill a court order or agreement, you will usually be required to submit your certificate to the correct court location. It is your responsibility to turn in your certificate before your specified due date. Most courts allow you to mail it in or hand-deliver it, as long as it is received in time. Specific instructions for certificate submission should be provided by the court.
- DMV Purposes: If the DMV has ordered or recommended that you complete the course, they will be automatically notified of your completion by us. However, you may still be required to submit your certificate to your local DMV branch. Check with the DMV or read your notice to determine the required steps.
- Voluntary Purposes (Safe Driving Points): If you are looking to receive up to five safe driving points upon completion of our course, we will notify the DMV of your completion. Your local DMV branch may also require submission of your certificate.
- Insurance Purposes: If your insurance provider will be granting you an auto insurance discount upon completion, you’ll need to turn your certificate as proof. Many allow you to mail or fax it in, but check with your agent to be sure.
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