Defensive Driving 3 Demerit Reduction Program (Alberta)
$99.99 | 6 hours
The Alberta government has authorized this six-hour online defensive driving course for the elimination of three demerit points from an Alberta driver’s license. A final test score of at least 80% is required to be eligible for a reduction in demerit points.
Audio, video and interactive tasks are all included in this course. This is the one for you for those who want a full defensive driving curriculum certified for demerit reduction. The SAFER System of Defensive Driving is taught in this course under the trademarked SAFER System.
You will get a government-issued certificate in three to five business days. Go to an Alberta register office with your government-issued certificate. One three-point decrease every two years is available to Albertans. However, non-Alberta residents who complete the course get an online course completion certificate and do not qualify for the three demerit point reduction.
- The model of driver competence
- The SAFER System of Defensive Driving
- Conditions that are less than ideal
- Driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs
- Types of Distractions
- Collisions caused by mobile phones
- The most frequent collisions such as:
- Collisions at the rear
- Trying to avoid crashes at all costs
- Collisions that occur at intersections.
- Other Incidences
- Collisions with vehicles in front of you
- Collisions caused by passing or being passed
- Collisions head-on.
- Crashing of bikes
- Collisions with motorcycles
- A train runs aground
- Collisions between animals
Online Course Duration
According to Alberta government standards, you have to complete the course in at least six hours.
This online Defensive Driving 3 Demerit Reduction Program’s testing is meant to reinforce the material taught. To get a 3 demerit point reduction from an Alberta operator’s license, 80 percent marks must be gained. It is possible to repeat the course a second time if the pass mark is not reached on the first try by the participants.
Certificate of Completion
A Government Certificate will be sent to Alberta residents who acquire the required passing score on the exam. This certificate will be mailed to you within 3 – 5 business days of completing this training course.
Bring your government-issued certificate to a local register office in the province of Alberta to obtain a three-point reduction on your driving record. Non-Albertans who complete the program may obtain and print a course completion certificate from the internet immediately after completing the program.
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