Our Defensive Driving course provides insurance and point-reduction benefits – in our classroom or online – the choice is yours! You may receive up to a four-point reduction on your driving record and a minimum 10% reduction in the base rate of your automobile and motorcycle liability and collision insurance premiums each year for three years. Points remain on your record but are not counted in determining administrative actions. To receive lower insurance rates, you must be listed as the principal operator of the vehicle. If classroom dates are not convenient for you at this time, enroll in our NSC Online course and use Referral Code #140 to receive a $5 discount. Point and insurance reduction benefits are also provided through the online program. The National Safety Council is the sponsoring agency for this course.
Our Driver Pre-Licensing program is the New York State required 5-hour course mandatory for anyone signing up for a NYS road test. It will include defensive driving techniques, safety belt requirements, and new laws affecting drivers who drink. Students will receive the MV-278 certificate upon completion. Students must have a valid NYS driver's permit.
Driver & Traffic Safety Education is a course implemented via a joint partnership between the New York State Education Department (NYSED), and the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). The Driver Education course is intended to educate students (age 16 or older) on appropriate driving skills and habits as well as playing a responsible role in the highway transportation/safety system. The primary purpose of Driver Education is defensive driving and accident prevention. Basic skills, essential for passing the NYS Road Test, and advanced techniques are taught. Course highlights include 6 hours behind the wheel, 18 hours of observation, and 24 hours of classroom instruction. Students who satisfactorily complete the course are eligible to sit for their road test and receive the MV-285: Student Certificate of Completion. Students must have a valid NYS driver’s permit or license. Class is limited to 32 students. Please call our office at 585-345-6868 for more information.