Defensive Driving Course
in Hudson, New York
Save 10% on Auto Insurance for 3 Years!
Columbia-Greene Community College
4400 Route 23
Hudson, NY 12534
518-828-4181 ext. 3342
WHY TAKE THIS CLASS?
NEW YORK STATE LAW allows you to receive a 10% Auto Insurance Discount each year for 3 years, and REDUCE UP TO 4 POINTS ON YOUR DRIVING RECORD by attending this 6-hour Accident Prevention Workshop approved by the Department of Motor Vehicles.
There is no formal testing in the live classroom session. (The online version does have quizzes along the way.) Just come and attend.
Once you complete the 6-hour class, you are eligible for an immediate 10% savings on your Collision and Auto Liability insurance premium, as well as your Personal Injury Protection ("PIP") coverage, for all vehicles for which you are the principal operator, good for 3 years! Recognized by all New York State insurance companies. Steven is certified by the Empire Safety Council to teach this N.Y. State Department of Motor Vehicles Defensive Driving and Point and Insurance Reduction Program (PIRP).
HOW TO REGISTER
Call 518-828-4181 ext. 3342. Tuition is $45 payable to Columbia-Greene Community College (C-GCC).
SCHEDULE FOR 2020
Call 518-828-4181 ext. 3342 for upcoming classroom dates and to enroll.
Ten Percent Off Your Auto Insurance Premium — Honored by all New York State Insurance Companies
Once you complete the Point and Insurance Reduction Program through one of Empire Safety Council's local agencies, your are eligible for an immediate 10% discount on your Collision and Auto Liability premium, including Property Damage (PD), Bodily Injury (BI), and Personal Injury Protection (PIP). Your discount will apply for 3 years to all vehicles for which you are the principal operator.
Four Point Reduction on New York State Driving Record
If you have incurred violations during the 18-month period prior to completing the course, up to four points will automatically be reduced on your driving record. The point reduction could help you avoid a license suspension. It will not however, cancel a mandatory suspension or revocation, e.g. 3 speeding convictions within 18 months; nor will it cancel any action already being taken against a motorist's driving privileges.
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