The Michigan Basic Driver Improvement Course program permits eligible drivers to take a driver improvement course, either online or in a classroom. The Secretary of State will not make the points or information from the ticket available to insurance companies for drivers who successfully complete the BDIC through an approved sponsor.
Stroia School of Driving is now offering Classroom BDIC at our Wyandotte location.
Stroia School of Driving has teamed up with the National Safety Council to offer the online Basic Driver Improvement Course (BDIC).
About National Safety Council
National Safety Council is a non-profit, government chartered organization dedicated to workplace, home and on-the-road safety. NSC pioneered defensive driving in the mid 1960s and continues to lead the industry in curriculum development for corporations, driving schools and traffic schools.
NSC is the leading provider of Driver Improvement training in the world with over 65 million drivers trained!
About the Michigan Driver Improvement Course (BDIC)
On December 31, 2010 the law that allows qualifying motorist who receive a moving violation in Michigan to have their ticket dismissed went into effect. The law specifically states the National Safety Council's Defensive Driving Course Online. For more information on the new law go to Michigan Department of State
Professional Development Associates has been approved by the State of Michigan's Department of State to provide the National Safety Council's Basic Driver Improvement Course. Qualifying drivers taking this course will meet all of the requirements outlined in the Michigan Vehicle Code Section 257.320.d.