Welcome to the National Safety Council site for Michigan Approved Basic Driver Improvement Course (BDIC)
About National Safety Council
National Safety Council is a non-profit, government chartered organization dedicated to workplace, home and on-the-road safety. NSC pioneered defensive driving in the mid 1960s and continues to lead the industry in curriculum development for corporations, driving schools and traffic schools.
About the Michigan Driver Improvement Course (BDIC)
The Michigan PA 568 of 2008 permits drivers with certain moving violations to take a Basic Driver Improvement Course to avoid points on their record. The Secretary of State will notify eligible drivers by letter that they are able to attend this class. Drivers have 60 days to successfully complete the course. Upon successful completion of the Basic Driver Improvement Course, the Safety Council will electronically notify the Secretary of State of course results. The Michigan Department of State will not add any points from the ticket to a driving record and will not show the ticket information to insurance companies for passing attendees. The ticket information is still placed on record and may be used for other purposes.
The Safety Council now offers online Basic Driver Improvement Course (BDIC) training. Click HERE to go to the online training registration page and get started NOW for only $59.95!
To attend classroom BDIC training, visit www.safetycouncilsemi.org for course locations and times nearest you.