It all depends on the state you live in and the state your offense occurred in. There are a number of states and various scenarios a person may be facing that can affect eligibility. It is always a good decision to check first and find out before signing up for a class. If you need help we are here to answer your questions Monday through Friday 9am-5pm MST.
Yes our classes are guaranteed. To learn more about our guarantee please visit our guarantee page for more information.
No you do not. Once you purchase your chosen class you will receive a receipt for your purchase via email and in this email will be a link to your class. You are free to login and out of the class at your convenience and complete the class on a schedule that works for you.
No you do not. You are free to complete it on your schedule.
Once you complete the final exam you have completed the class. Our system will notify us that you have completed your final exam at which time you will also be prompted to send us an email requesting us to send your certificate. At this time we will also review your class work to see if you passed each section and spent the required amount of time on each chapter.
Our online classes are every simple. Once you register for a class you will receive an email which contains a link to your class. You will click on that link to login to the class. You will read the content and watch each of the videos in each chapter. Every few chapters you will take a quiz to test your retention of the content you have been presented with. At the end of the class you will take a final exam that will cover all of the content you have been presented with throughout the entire class.
In most cases the answer will be yes, but if you are in doubt or not quite sure if you can take an online class please call us and we can give you the answers you need.
Yes there is a big difference. A DUI class is specifically for someone who was arrested for driving under the influence whereas an Alcohol & Drug Awareness class can be required for various reasons such as drunk and disorderly conduct in a public place and various other reasons.
Yes, our office hours are Monday through Friday 9am - 5pm MST. Also if need help or have a question and we not in the office you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and your question will be answered the next time we sit down at our computers.
"MIP" stands for Minor in Possession. These classes are for anyone under the age of 21 who was caught in the possession of alcohol or drugs. If you need a MIP class click here to view the various hour classes and get signed up.
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