Austin, CA (PressExposure) May 27, 2009 -- It is now possible to take a defensive driving course online in many parts of the United States. National Driver Safety Services (NDSS) is a California company offering online defensive driving classes in all parts of the U.S., for court use where approved and for personal use where the classroom course is still a legal requirement.
âWeâre pleased to be able to offer a defensive driving course online for those who are able to take it through a virtual portal,â explains an NDSS representative. âThe classroom experience isnât for everyone and the convenience of coming and going when you please is especially nice for todayâs busy drivers.â
The driver who wants to take traffic school with NDSS first goes to [http://www.traffic-ticket-dismissal.com] and checks to be sure that the course is offered in their area for court use. Then they can register, process payment, and enroll in the class through a simple web-based form. At that point, they are free to begin working on the coursework immediately. Because the class is self-paced, they can work at any time of day, for any duration in each session. They simply log out when they like, and log back in when they are ready to return.
After they complete the course material and pass the final exam, a certificate of completion is shipped to their home via the U.S. mail or Federal Express. The certificate is accepted in the court as verification that the course has been completed to legal satisfaction.
âItâs just another way to make the web a tool of convenience,â adds the representative. âBeing able to work at the time and place of your choice makes you more likely to be focused, and more likely to retain the information you learn, which is the point of traffic school, after all.â