Indiana BMV and Driver Safety Program Information
DTA offers helpful resources to assist you in locating the driver safety program you need, or in contacting the Indiana BMV or an Indiana court.
Indiana Driver Safety Program
An Indiana driver might wish (or have) to enroll in a driver safety program (also known as "defensive driving course") for a number of reasons. One common reason is that a driver might be ordered by an Indiana judge or court to attend such a program for dangerous driving practices, too many tickets, or other reasons as determined by the judicial authority.
In many cases, a person who is so ordered can attend a BMV approved driver safety program such as the one offered on this website. If this is the case, you can click the register button to sign up for this course.
Note that Indiana judges sometimes order defendants to attend a driver safety program in the classroom, in which case the defendant would need to check with the court or contact local driver safety schools to find a course in his or her locale.
Safe Driving Points
Another reason an Indiana driver might attend a defensive driving course is to earn a driving record credit. By taking the course voluntarily, a driver can earn a four-point credit on his or her driving record that can be applied to a future ticket if needed. This credit lasts three years.
The driving record credit is being used as an incentive to reward drivers for obeying the law and practicing good driving habits. To take a driving safety course for this reason, click the register button to sign up today.
Indiana Defensive Driving Online