14 Hour Online DUI Class
A 14-hour online DUI class is a longer version of the traditional DUI education that can be completed online, typically in a self-paced format. This class is intended for individuals who have been convicted of driving under the influence (DUI) and may be required as part of their sentence or as a condition of their probation. The class can cover a wide range of topics related to DUI, including the effects of alcohol and drugs on the body, the legal consequences of DUI, and strategies for avoiding DUI in the future.
The availability and acceptance of online DUI classes can vary depending on the state and the court. Some courts may not accept online DUI classes, while others may require a certain number of hours of online education as well as in-person education. It is important to check with the court or probation officer to ensure that the online class will meet the requirements of the sentence.
It is important to be aware of the regulations of the state where you live and the court’s requirements before signing up for an online DUI class. Additionally, one should ensure that the online DUI class is approved by the court or the state and that the certificate of completion will be accepted. 14 hours is a longer version of the traditional DUI class, but it can depend on the state’s regulations and court’s requirements.
14 hour DUI class with First Class Mail included.
Sample of what you will learn.
Chapter 1 – History of Drunk Driving
Chapter 2 – Know How Alcohol Works
Chapter 3 – Alcohol Questions & Answers
Chapter 4 – Alcohol Myths vs. Facts
Chapter 5 – Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol
Please review your state’s policies regarding online classes before you register for a class. If you are not sure whether or not a class will be accepted by the court or DMV, we recommend that you call your Probation Officer, DMV or the Clerk of Courts office in the county where you were convicted to find out. You can also call us and we can tell you whether or not our class will be accepted.