The great thing about this course is that you work at your own pace. No one is sitting over your shoulder making you slow down or speed up. Everyone reads at different speeds and this program will allow you to proceed at your own pace with no time maximum for the program. The average completion time varies on your reading ability, but should never take more than an actual sit down class.
There are different ways of receiving the completion certificate. Because of security reasons, it is impossible for you to print your own certificate, so the original certificate must be sent directly from our office to you. When you enroll, you may choose for regular mail or expedited service.
Unfortunately, there is a cost to attend Louisiana Online Driver Improvement. The price will cover all elements of the course including immediate access to the site and the completion certificate. Regular in-class driver improvement courses charge similar fees. Driver improvement courses are a privately operated industry and whether you sit in a class or choose this online program, you will need to pay for it.
Unfortunately, all fees paid to the court are separate from fees paid for actual driver improvement. Although many courts call the $29 or $30 paid in addition to the bail amount a 'driver improvement' fee, it is actually only an administrative fee. Louisiana Online Driver Improvement is privately owned and operated and does charge a fee...as do all driver improvement schools.
You can pay for the course two different ways, either by credit card or by check/ money order. After you fill out the registration form, you can be linked to a completely secure credit card page where you pay quickly and effortlessly. The site is encrypted to make your on-line purchase safe. The other way to pay for the course is to mail a check or money order to the address listed below. Make sure to send the check before you complete the course or your certificate will not be mailed.
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