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Learn practical approaches to defensive driving and ways to prevent collisions in JCCC's Driver Safety courses.

The courses

Improve your driving techniques and fulfill the state of Kansas requirement for a discount on your car insurance through this systematic and standardized training program.

You’ll get classroom training in driving skills that help prevent traffic accidents. In this 8-hour course, you’ll learn techniques to avoid collisions and violations; how driving safely and responsibly can reward you financially; how drugs, alcohol, and physical and emotional conditions affect driving; and why vehicle maintenance is necessary. Discover how vehicle positioning contributes to crashes, and how the right attitude can help prevent both collisions and poor decision-making. 

Alive at 25® is a highly interactive program that teaches young adults how to make safe, respectful and legal driving decisions.

This excellent supplemental course teaches young drivers how to take control of situations by taking personal responsibility for their own actions, attitudes and driving behaviors. Designed by the National Safety Council, this 4-hour course is only for drivers age 14 and older. It includes interactive media, workbook exercises, role-playing and class discussions.

Alive at 25® is appropriate for clients with traffic violations in Kansas and other states requiring 4 hours of driver improvement training. Many insurance companies offer a discount for those who voluntarily complete the National Safety Council Defensive Driving online or Alive at 25®.

Proof of Completion

Students will receive a certificate of completion from the instructor immediately following successful completion of the course.

Frequently Asked Questions about Alive at 25®

Is this a driver education course?
No. Alive at 25® is an awareness program. There is no behind-the-wheel driving.

Who can take the course?
Anyone can take the course. It is especially beneficial for drivers age 14-24. A learner's permit and/or driver's license are not required.

What do I need to bring to class?
A photo ID and a pen.

Will this course meet the requirements for traffic school?
If you are under 18, many area municipal courts will recognize the in-person course. Contact your prosecutor's office for details.

Will this course reduce my insurance rates?
Contact your insurance provider directly to see if completion of the course has any benefits.

How do I change or transfer my registration to a different course?
You can cancel an upcoming enrollment up to 4 days before the start of the class; you will then be able to register for a new class.

What if I am late to class?
Late students will not be allowed to attend. Please be on time, or you will need to register for a new course and pay fees again.

Driver Safety courses may meet court mandate requirements

If a Kansas hearings officer or a court has mandated that you complete a driver safety course, refer to your letter from the prosecutor to determine which course is required.

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