- Avoid points, fulfill court requirements, and earn a car insurance discount.
- Missouri Safety Center-approved 8-hour course.
- Certificate mailed for FREE after completion.
- Test drive for free and complete it at your own schedule. It's 100% online and available 24/7. The course is informative and fun with free audio narration.
Missouri Defensive Driving Course
DriveSafeToday is one of Missouri’s leading providers in defensive driving courses.Our course is approved by the Missouri Safety Center (MSC) and is designed to provide entertaining and up-to-date information on Missouri traffic laws and best practices.
About DriveSafeToday’s Missouri Defensive Driving Course
Drivers enrolling in our Missouri defensive driving course will receive a number of benefits throughout their attendance:
- 100% online course. No classroom required
- Available 24/7 from any computer, tablet, or smartphone
- Lowest price with no hidden fees
- Audio narration included for free
- Certificate shipped for free
- U.S.-based customer support team
- #1 provider of defensive driving courses in Missouri
Missouri Safety Center and DriveSafeToday
When designing our defensive driving course, DriveSafeToday partnered with experts and the Missouri Safety Center (MSC) to ensure a top-notch experience.This course will allow you to meet the Fine Collection Center (FCC) or court requirements for completing a defensive driving program and can be done on your own schedule.
Frequently Asked Questions
This course is 8 hours long but you can log in and out until you complete it. The course is designed to resume from where you left off.
No. The course is 100% online. You can complete it from anywhere and on any device - mobile, tablet, and computer. It's available 24/7.
Yes, DriveSafeToday.com and our course are approved and accepted by the Missouri Safety Center, the Fine Collection Center (FCC), and the courts.
Eligibility requirements vary based upon your county of residence. All citations are submitted to the Fine Collection Center (FCC) regardless of where you live. Drivers in some counties are granted automatic approval by the FCC for a driver improvement course to dismiss violation points and no other action is required. However, other counties require the FCC to route your citation to the court and you will need to appear in person to request permission for point dismissal from the judge.
No. For violations committed while operating a motorcycle, the rider must attend an approved motorcycle-rider training course.
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