Online Driver Improvement Course (DIC) :

Click the following links to get started:

Step 1: Pay Enrollment Fee

Step 2: Link to registration will be given once payment has been submitted.

Driver Improvement Program

Under Age 18: If you are convicted of a demerit point traffic violation (or safety belt/child restraint violation) committed when you were under age 18, DMV will require that you complete a driver improvement clinic. If you do not complete the clinic within 90 days, DMV will suspend your driving privilege until you complete the clinic and pay a reinstatement fee. After your second conviction for a demerit point traffic violation (or safety belt/child restraint violation) committed when you were under age 18, DMV will suspend your driving privilege for 90 days. Your third conviction will result in a revocation of your driving privilege for one year or until you reach age 18, whichever is longer. Age 18 or 19: DMV will require you to complete a driver improvement clinic if you are convicted of a demerit point or safety belt/child restraint violation committed while you were age 18 or 19.
Age 18 or Older: DMV will require you to complete a driver improvement clinic if you accumulate 12 demerit points within 12 months or 18 points within 24 months. If you do not complete the clinic within 90 days, DMV will suspend your driving privilege. If you receive 18 demerit points within 12 months or 24 points within 24 months, DMV will suspend your driving privilege for 90 days and require that you complete a driver improvement clinic.

ONLINE Driver’s Education course (DTS):

Click the following links to get started:

Step 1: Pay Enrollment Fee

Step 2: Link to registration will be given once payment has been submitted.

36 periods of Driver Education 

Phyllis Foster Driving School has partnered with 3A Method Driving Schools to offer a state-approved online course option for new drivers. Please follow the course procedure below to enroll and complete the course.

1. After paying through the Buy Now button just above, you will be directed to the online course where you will register and begin the course.

2. At the completion of the course, you’ll be able to take your examination online at a time of your choosing. Once you’ve taken it and passed, we’ll be notified and prepare your certificate for you.

3. Our course instructor will grade and test and share results. If the student passes the course, the instructor will receive the certificate of completion for that student and can continue with the behind-the-wheel portion of the course or issue the certificate to the student when there is a request to transfer. If the student fails the examination, the student will be allowed to review any section of the completed course to prepare to take the examination again.

Course Essentials

The program consists of at least 30 hours of instructions and includes components about alcohol safety, drug abuse awareness, aggressive driving, distracted driving, pedestrian and bicycle safety, handicapped parking, fuel efficient driving practices, motorcycle awareness and organ and tissue awareness as required by law.

All individuals who elect to take the classroom components of the driver’s education course online must take the online course through a DMV licensed driver training school. Home-schooled students are exempt from this requirement.

In order to benefit from the course, you must be able to work independently and be comfortable with using a computer.