Arizona Defensive Driving school
1 – A person who attended a defensive driving school is not eligible to attend a defensive driving school again within twelve months from the day of the last violation .
2 – An individual who commits a civil or criminal traffic violation resulting in death or serious physical injury is not eligible to attend a defensive driving school, except that the court may order the individual to attend a defensive driving school in addition to another sentence imposed by the court on an adjudication or admission of the traffic violation.
3 – A commercial driver license holder or a driver of a commercial motor vehicle that requires a commercial driver license is not eligible for the defensive driving diversion program
For More information See below:
YOU ARE ONLY ELIGIBLE IF:
- You have not attended a Defensive Driving course for an eligible traffic citationissued within the past 12 months. (Your eligibility to attend Defensive Driving Course is based on the date of your current violation not on the date you last attended a Defensive Driving Course).
- Your violation must be on the list of eligible violations. Click here to view List of eligible violations 08042015
- If eligible, you can attend to have only one violation dismissed.
- If you were involved in a serious injury accident or fatal accident, you are not eligible.
- If you hold a commercial driver’s license you are not eligible for the Defensive Driving Diversion Program, regardless of whether or not you were driving commercially at the time of the violation. In addition, those driving a commercial vehicle requiring a Commercial Driver’s License are also not eligible. The only exceptions to this rule are: 1.) if, the violation occurred before the driver held CDL status or 2.) if the violation occurred after the driver surrendered his or her CDL status. For further information, view A.R.S. 28-3392.
- You must complete your the course no later than 7 days prior to your court date.
- if you were specifically ordered by a judge to attend the course in person, you must register for a class room course.
Click – > Arizona Courts Web Site to view. You may also call at 1 (888) 334-5565