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Illinois DUI Classes Online - Risk Education Class

Notice: If you are a resident of Illinois and your DUI occurred in Illinois, online classes are not accepted. You must attend a local class. Non-resident offenders and Illinois residents who received a DUI in another state may be eligible. We advise that you check first.

Level 1 - 10 Hour Class

Most first time offenders in Illinois will be required to take a Level 1 DUI class that consists of 10 hours of education. The online course cost is $169 and you may register here:





Level 1 - 12 Hour Class

If this is your first offense, but there were aggravating circumstances involved, the court may have ordered you to take a Level 1 DUI class that consists of 12 hours of education. This online course cost $189 and you may register here:





Level 2 - 20 Hour Class

If you were assessed as a significant risk, the court may have ordered you to take a Level 2 DUI class that consists of 20 hours of education. This online course cost $329 and you may register here:





Additional Classes

If this is a subsequent offense, the court may have ordered you to take a Level 2 DUI class that consists of additional hours of education. We offer the following Level 2 classes:

14 Hour DUI Class Online
16 Hour DUI Class Online
20 Hour DUI Class Online


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 each of the quizzes. A passing grade of 70% is required before you may move on to the next chapter. You will also be able to print or download a Certificate of Completion after each quiz.
  • Step 5: After completing the final chapter of the class you will need to complete the final exam with a passing grade of 70% or greater. Once you complete the class the official "Certificate of Achievement" will be shipped to you via priority 2-3 day delivery.

The Classifications

  • Minimal Risk: If you are assessed as a minimal risk, you will be assigned to complete 10 hours of DUI Risk Education classes.

  • Moderate Risk: If you are assessed as a moderate risk, you will be assigned to complete 10 hours of DUI Risk Education classes along with 12 hours of intervention classes over a 4 week period.

  • Significant Risk: If you are assessed as a significant risk, you will be assigned to complete 10 hours of DUI Risk Education along with 20 hours of substance abuse treatment.

  • High Risk: If you are assessed as a high risk, you will be assigned to complete 75 hours of substance abuse treatment classes and, after discharge, you will be active in ongoing participation specified by the care plan laid out for you by the evaluator.

 

 

 

 

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The Evaluation Process

Before the Court can assign you your required DUI class hours, you must first choose one of the DUI classes in your chosen county and then have them give you an evaluation. The evaluation will cover: your driving history, chemical test results, objective test scored and category, and the interview with the evaluator. The purpose of the interview is for the evaluator to recommend you to attend the correct risk reduction class.





Additional Illinois DUI Resources

  • Illinois DUI First Offense - Detailed first offense information including punishments after a first offense DUI in Illinois.

  • Illinois DUI Laws - Complete overview of Illinois DUI laws including all offense levels.

  • Illinois SR22 Insurance -  Learn everything you need to know about Arizona SR22 filing requirements with the DMV and find out how you can save hundreds of dollars each year on your Illinois SR22 insurance.

  • Illinois DUI Lawyers - Contact one of our Illinois DUI lawyers today to discuss your pending DUI case.