DUI Classes for DUI Offenders in Rhode Island

Rhode Island DUI Classes Online

Please read: The state of Rhode Island does not recognize “online DUI classes” as an approved way for Rhode Island DUI or Drug offenders to complete the state mandated classes. If you live in Rhode Island and your offense happened in the state of Rhode Island you must attend a local class in your area.

Non-resident DUI offenders, and residents who received a DUI in another state “may be eligible for DUI classes online”, but we strongly advise that you check with the authority requiring the class to make sure they will accept an online distance learning program before registering for the class.

10 Hour Online DUI Class

First time DUI offenders in Rhode Island will be required to complete a 10 hour DUI education class. Our 10 hour DUI class can be taken by anyone who has been preapproved to take an online class. Just click on the “register now” button below to sign up and start your class immediately:

Register for 10-Hour DUI Class

24 Hour DUI Class

Most subsequent DUI offenders in Rhode Island will be required to take a level 2 24 hour DUI education program. There are no hidden fees. Just click on the “register now” button below to sign up and start your class immediately:

Register for 24-Hour DUI Class

1 Hour Victim Impact Panel

If you are required to complete a 1 hour Victim Impact Panel as part of your required penalties you may register for that class here. Just click on the blue “register” button below to sign up and start your class immediately:

Register for 1-Hour Victim Impact Panel


If you need a class with a different number of hours other than those listed above please visit our DUI Classes page to see a complete listing of the classes we offer.

  • 100% Online DUI Classes!
  • Classes Accepted In Most States!
  • Real Certificate Sent By Mail!
  • Absolutely No Hidden Fees!

Notice: Please be aware that it is your responsibility to make certain you can take an online class to satisfy your requirements. We suggest that you speak with the court, probation, employer, or attorney to verify that it will be accepted before you register.

Need help selecting the correct class to register for or have questions? Contact Us Here.