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Online DUI Classes - 100% Online

Our online DUI classes were written and developed by a Certified Alcohol & Drug Additction Counselor and are accepted Nationwide by courts and DMVs. There is nothing to download with our classes and they are truly 100% online. Once you sign up for a class you take it right here on our website.

Once you complete your class you can instantly download and print your "Certificate of Completion" to present to the court or DMV, unlike so many other websites that charge you extra to mail you a certificate once you complete the class.

We welcome you to browse our class offerings and select the class you are required to take and register. Or if you are unsure what class you need, you may select your state from the list below to be taken to your state's page to find out how many hours they require for each offense.

DUI Class & Requirements By State




















How the Online DUI Class Works

  • Step 1: Register for the class and complete the checkout process.
  • Step 2: After checkout you will receive an email that contains your purchase receipt and a link to your class. Make sure you save this receipt until you have completed your class.
  • Step 3: Complete each chapter in sequential order.
  • Step 4: Take the quiz at the end of each chapter. A passing grade of 70% is required before you may move on to the next chapter. You will be able to print a Certificate for each chapter after completing the quiz for that chapter.
  • Step 5: After completing the final exam with a passing grade of 70% or greater you will be able to print your Certificate of Completion for your course. The Certificate of Completion will be required by the court.

Important Notice: Not all states will accept a certificate of completion for an online class. Please review your state's policies regarding online classes before you register for a class. If you are not sure whether or not a class will be accepted by the court, we recommend that you call the Clerk of Courts office in the county where you were convicted to find out.