AZ Driver Safety FAQ
Below is a listing of the most common questions and answers about the AZDriverSafety.com defensive driving course.
What are the Course Fees?
In Arizona, all approved defensive driving course providers must collect all fees in relation to the course. These fees include the course fee (Just $34.95), the State fee, State surcharge and the court fee (court fees vary by court). There are no hidden fees. All fees are outlined at the beginning of the registration process and on our course fees page. All fees are payable by credit card or debit card during registration.
Course Participation Time
Per State rule, course participation must be timed to allow no less than 240 minutes and no more than 270 minutes. On screen timers will let you know how much time is left in each section of reading. Once the timer reaches zero, the screen will automatically advance to the next page of the course. The course does NOT have to completed in 1 sitting. You may log on and off at anytime 24/7 to participate.
IMPORTANT: Per State rule, each participant MUST complete this defensive driving course at least 7 days prior to their court date.
Is this course approved?
Yes! Our course is approved by the State of Arizona Supreme Court (AZDrive). To contact the Supreme Court, please email [email protected] or call (602) 452-3545.
When are your classes held?
Our course is entirely online and available 24/7. You do not need to go to a classroom or go anywhere to take a test. Log on and off at anytime and the programming will save your progress.
Our defensive driving course is suited for all computer users and virtually any computer with internet access. The course is easy to follow, easy to use and available at anytime, day or night, 24 hours a day.
To get started, simply click on the "Register" button on the top or the bottom of this page.
Certificate Delivery and Reporting
Upon completion of the course, the certificate of completion will be e-mailed to the participant to the email address provided during registration of the course. If the certificate is not received within 24 hours after course completion, please contact our office by e-mail [email protected] or by phone at 888-718-3927.
Once you have successfully completed the course, our staff will report your completion to the Arizona Supreme court within 3 business days.
What documents need to be submitted?
During registration, you will be asked for personal details and to enter information about the court and your citation.
Once you have successfully completed the course registration, you will be instructed to fax or email our office a copy of your driver's license (or equivalent ID) and a copy of your citation or court order. Our staff will then compare this information to what was included in the course registration and verify your eligibility for ticket diversion. Once our staff has confirmed these details, you will receive an email from AZDriverSafety.com letting you know that course participation may begin.
You may submit these documents by scanning and emailing them to [email protected] (preferred method) or by faxing them to (888) 718-0304.