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It can be difficult to determine if a particular state will accept an online class for a court, DUI or other legal requirements. We have compiled a list below of our experience in providing online programs for various states. We recommend getting prior approval, if possible, before starting any class to ensure its acceptability for your specific needs. Most of our Drug/Alcohol and MIP classes can be used for court requirements. *DUI classes can vary from state to state. Please get prior approval before registration.
The following states will not allow an online class for a DUI. In some instances, these states will allow the class for the DUI requirement if granted agency approval. Most of these states have accepted our Drug/Alcohol and MIP programs for a court requirement. You must get prior approval before registering:
Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.
California does not allow any online classes for DUI requirements from anyone with a valid CA driver’s license. Do not take an online class if you are a CA resident for a CA DMV requirement. Our CA classes are for court requirements only with prior approval, or for out of state residents.
Alabama doesn't allow an online class for a DUI and no agency approval will be granted to allow a defendant to attend online DUI classes.
State of NJ Department of Human Services Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services, Intoxicated Driving Program does not allow online programs for DUI requirements. You may be able to take this program for a court only requirement with prior written approval.
The following states have accepted our online classes. Please get court or agency approval prior to registration to ensure acceptability for your specific case:
Alaska, Arizona, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, DC, Wyoming.
Our Guarantee and Disclaimer
We stand behind all of our products and programs. While many participants take online alcohol and drug awareness or minor in possession classes for personal or occupational reasons, others may take them for a court, probation or other legal requirement. If you are not completely satisfied with the quality and acceptance of our programs for a court or legal requirement, we will refund your money in full with written proof of decline. Refund request must be received within 60 days of purchase. You must either mail, fax or email this documentation to our office. Our classes meet requirements in many states for persons required to complete an Alcohol or Drug Awareness class due to a citation for minor in possession of alcohol, minor consumption of alcohol, possession of drugs or paraphernalia.
It is your responsibility to confirm with the judge, DMV, probation, or your attorney as to whether our distance-learning Alcohol and Drug Awareness program, DUI or MIP class will meet your specific requirements. Our DUI programs are not approved for CA residents or anyone with a valid CA driver’s license who has a DMV requirement in CA. For CA DMV required classes, please visit their provider directory. Our DUI classes for CA are for out of state residents to meet court requirements or in some instances in state residents to meet court only requirements. You must obtain prior approval before enrolling.