Be a safer driver in PENNSYLVANIA with the National Safety Council Defensive Driving Course

The National Safety Council and have developed a comprehensive online driving course that is approved in many states for ticket dismissal, point reduction and insurance premium savings. Available in English and Spanish.

As of today the state of PENNSYLVANIA has not officially approved the course; however the National Safety Council Defensive Driving Course may satisfy a court requirement, qualify for insurance premium reductions or satisfy a condition of employment. Please check with your court, insurance provider or employer for details.

The course offers state-of-the-art animations, has an adaptive curriculum and provides the most engaging interactive experience. The bookmark feature allows students to log in and out as many times as necessary to complete the course.

The National Safety Council’s Defensive Driving Course Online Version is based on the same proven content used in the NSC’s instructor-led Defensive Driving Course, which has trained more than 68 million drivers since 1964. If you are interested in NSC classroom training please click here. The National Safety Council is the most trusted and respected safety education provider in the world.
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Save on Insurance Premiums

Insurance providers often offer premium reductions on completion of the Defensive Driving Course. Several states and courts mandate that graduates of a defensive driving course receive a discount. Please check your state regulations and insurance provider so that you select the course that meets your individual needs.More
Traffic Court Programs

Individual states and courts have different requirements for traffic ticket dismissal and point reduction. It is important to select the right course for your jurisdiction or request that the court approve the NSC's defensive driving course in your particular case. Please click on your state for additional information.More
Employer Requirement

Companies large and small have partnered with and the NSC to facilitate employee training in defensive driving. provides customized, co-branded portals for over 750 companies as condition of employment.More
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