Adult Remedial Program Eligibility

Adult Remedial Program Eligibility

The adult remedial program is an 8-hour defensive driving program offered in either in a classroom setting or online start May 1, 2022. The course is taken for one of the following reasons:
  1. 2-Point Credit– if a driver has 2 to 11 points on their license, this course may apply a 2-point credit. A 2-point credit allows a driver to receive 14 points before having their driver's license suspended. The credit is valid for three years and a driver may only take the course for this purpose five times in their lifetime. 
  1. Court Ordered –  not for credit. The driver was ordered by a court to take the remedial program and will not receive a 2-point credit. The certificate is sent to the court.
  2. ​Juvenile Suspension –  The driver is 19 years of age or older and is taking the course because of a juvenile suspension that occurred before the age of 18.
  3. Suspension for OVI/OVUAC –  The driver's license was suspended due to being under the age of 21 and under the influence of alcohol  while operating a vehicle.
  4. 12-point suspension–  The certificate is provided to the BMV as part of the requirements for being eligible to retain or have the driver's license returned due to a 12-point suspension.


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