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Maryland Defensive Driving Course $14.95
  • Online Defensive Driving Course in Text, Audio, and Streaming Video Formats (Course is Not Timed and You May Complete at Your Own Pace - Available 24/7)
  • Take this Course if Your Insurance Company Provides a Discount for Completing a Defensive Driving Course (let your insurance provider know your intention to take our course and find out how much of a discount they provide)
  • Easiest Way to Complete Defensive Driving Online & Certificate Available to Download Immediately Upon Completion
  • Course is Not Maryland DMV Approved but May Still Qualify You For an Insurance Discount (for more information read our Unapproved States Terms and Conditions)

About Our Maryland Defensive Driving Courses

DriveSafeToday.com offers defensive driving courses to customers in Maryland. To receive a car insurance discount contact your insurance agent for course approval prior to registration. If you need to complete a course to fulfill a court order, it is required that you receive court approval for the course before registering for the course.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Not yet, however we are working at this time to get our courses approved by the state.

Our courses are 4 hours long.

Absolutely! You can easily log in and take the course from any smart device with Internet access.

We will email a copy of your certificate once you are done with the course.

Since we are not approved by Maryland State we cannot guarantee the certificate will be accepted. You must ask permission with the court to take this course & confirm with them they will accept your Certificate of Completion.

No. Since we are not Maryland DMV approved we do not submit any information to them. You must personally submit any course completions to the DMV if required.

Since we are not state approved you must get your insurance agent's approval to take this course & confirm they will accept your Certificate of Completion for a car insurance discount.

No. You must personally submit your Certificate of Completion to the court.

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