With the new DDC-Online program, learning to drive defensively just got easier and more economical. The National Safety Council's latest Internet-based driver-training program is based on the 8-hour defensive driving course for the classroom, but takes the average student half that time to complete.
More than 65 million drivers have learned to protect themselves on the road by taking part in National Safety Council programs. It's the most comprehensive content of any major driver improvement self-study program.
The goal of the Defensive Driving Course is to train drivers in collision prevention techniques while promoting an attitude of mutual understanding, courtesy and cooperation on the road.
With DDC-Online you can receive this training at your convenience via the Internet. Using state-of-the-art animation, sound and graphics, the online version offers an engaging, interactive learning environment where students analyze real driving situations, spot driving hazards, and identify the correct defenses -- and the bookmark feature allows you to exit out the course whenever you want and return to where you left off as often as you like.
You can receive an Official Certificate of Completion from the National Safety Council that, in many states, can be used to lower automobile insurance rates. Check with your insurance carrier to see if you qualify.