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Aug 5 2017

New York Defensive Driving Course Online #new #york #defensive #driving #course, #insurance #reduction, #point #reduction, #traffic #ticket, #new #york #motor #vehicle #accident #prevention #course, #ipirp

# New York Safety Council TM New York Defensive Driving Defensive Driving and IPIRP: New York Defensive Driving, otherwise known as an accident prevention course, is part of the New York Department of Motor Vehicle’s Internet Point and Insurance Reduction Program (or IPIRP). This course is designed to teach motorists driving strategies that help minimize risks associated with hazards on the road. In addition, this defensive driving course includes applicable New York state traffic laws that help drivers use safer driving techniques to avoid and prevent accidents. How it Works: The New York Department of Motor Vehicles allows you to …

Jul 26 2017

Florida Motorcycle License #motorycycle, #helmet, #driver #improvement, #learners #permit, #defensive #driving, #florida, #state, #fl, #dmv, #offices, #drivers #license, #department #of #motor #vehicles

# Florida DMV Online Guide Florida Motorcycle License Starting on July 1, 2008 the State of Florida requires that new Motorcyclists (regardless of age) must take and pass the Basic Rider Course through the Florida Rider Training Program before they get a motorcycle only license or can have the Motorcycle Endorsement added to their drivers license. When you have successfully completed the Basic Rider Course the sponsor will submit the results to the DMV electronically. There are two types of motorcycle drivers licenses in Florida. You must have one of the following if you are going to operate a two …

Jun 13 2017

Florida DUI #drunk #driving, #dui, #bal, #defensive #driving, #driver #improvement, #driving #course, #traffic #school, #department #of #motor #vehicles

# Florida DUI Laws and Penalties Florida Drunk Driving DUI Related Topics Drunk Driving Penalties in Florida If you drink alcohol and drive you dramatically increase your chance of being in a crash. In addition, if you are pulled over and the officer asks you to take a blood, urine or breath test you are required to comply. Florida has the “Implied Consent Law”. When you sign your drivers license you have agreed to take these tests upon request. Refusal to take any of the tests will result in an immediate suspension for one year. A second refusal will result …