Study At Your Own Pace

Study at your own pace log on and off anytime!

We know that you have a busy life, and traffic school probably ranks pretty low on your list of priorities. That’s why we offer you a flexible traffic school course that lets you study at your own pace, whenever you have access to a computer and the Internet. Got a couple minutes while you are waiting for the bus? Log on with your smart phone and finish a defensive driving module. At home watching TV? Get your laptop and zip through a traffic safety module. Waiting for the laundry to finish? Take an easy multiple-choice test. You’ll be done before you know it! It’s that quick and easy.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is Michigan's "Basic Drive Improvement Course" (BDIC)?

    A Basic Driver Improvement Course (BDIC) serves as a refresher of the basic skills and rules of the road needed to drive safely in Michigan. By passing a BDIC, drivers are given the opportunity to avoid points on their records and increases in insurance premiums while brushing up on their driver safety. Drivers must be eligible to take the program and can only use a BDIC to avoid points on their driving record once.

  • How do I register for the Michigan Basic Driver Improvement Course (BDIC)?

    We make it super simple! Visit our Michigan Basic Driver Improvement Course Registration Page and fill-in all the required fields, and you can start the course right away! We also have friendly customer service representatives standing by if you'd rather register by phone for our driver safety course. Give us a call toll-free 24/7 at (888) 714-7468 and we'll get you registered in minutes.

  • What happens if I fail the final? Can I retake it?

    You betcha! We let you take the final as many times as it takes you to pass, all at no extra charge! So don't stress if you're not good at tests! You have as many times as it takes.

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