For more than 45 years, courts have trusted defensive driving courses from the National Safety Council more than any other provider. When you implement NSC programs in your court system, you can:
- Reduce the number of motor vehicle crashes in their community
- Decrease the number of traffic cases in their courtrooms
- Generate income by teaching defensive driving courses
NSC driver safety training programs are accepted in more states than any other driver improvement prorgam for point reduction, ticket dismissal and driver retraining. NSC has more than 2,500 authorized NSC Defensive Driving Driving Course Training Centers and more than 9,000 certified DDC instructors worldwide.
Learn more with our DDC courts program overview and DDC courts program matrix
For more information, call (800) 621-7619 or visit nsc.org/ddc_new.
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- Traffic Safety® e-newsletter
- Driver Trainer e-newsletter
- Course material updates and statistics
- Product offers
- Traffic news
- Links to state-specific rules, regulations and more
Register for the DDC Information Highway at nsc.org/register.
- South Carolina – 38% decline in deaths statewide for drivers ages 15-24 (Alive at 25® program1
- Massachusetts - 56% decrease in traffic violations and a 63% decrease in surchargeable violations (DDC Attitudinal Dynamics of Driving program)2
- Nebraska – 41% reduction in recidivism; 1.7 times less likely to have another collision (DDC 4 program)3
- Illinois – eight times less likely to be involved in an incident and ten times less likely to be arrested for a moving violation than drivers who did not participate in driver safety training (DDC 4 program)4
1 Study conducted by the National Safety Council, South Carolina Chapter
2 Study conducted by the National Safety Council and the Massachusetts registry of Motor Vehicles
3 Study conducted by the University of Nebraska at Omaha
4 Study conducted by the College of Lake County in Lake County, Illinois