You have different options for completing a basic driver improvement (BDI) or traffic collision avoidance course. For instance, in Texas you can choose to take the course in a classroom setting or online. If you select a traditional course, you could have to read materials and sit through boring lectures as the instructor covers the materials. You may find it difficult to stay awake and pay attention with these types of courses, which affects whether or not you pass and receive your certificate. A much better option is to sign up for a class through Comedy Defensive Driving.
Comedy Defensive Driving offers both online and classroom-based learning options for their courses. Each class is taught by a state certified instructor who just also happens to be a comedian. By using comedians to teach defensive driving courses, you experience a fun, engaging, and exciting learning environment. Students tend to retain the information presented in class longer, compared to traditional defensive driving courses.
Our classroom course is offered in many convenient locations in numerous cities all throughout Texas. The entire class is five hours long and includes a one hour break. The course is state approved for all courts in Texas, and includes free and expedited certificate delivery options. Just remember to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of your class, as state laws do not allow instructors to admit anyone who arrives late. In addition, wear comfortable clothes and bring a copy of your traffic ticket, your driver’s license, and your sense of humor.
If you opt for our online course, you will need access to a tablet, mobile phone, or computer with sound. You can log onto your course at any time, and stop and start it as needed as you complete each lesson. This is a video course, which is similar to watching a movie, and viewable in short sections. At the end of each section there are short quizzes, so remember to take notes while you watch. Contact us today to sign up for either of our fun defensive driving courses.