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10902 Reisterstown Road 

Suite 101

Owings Mills Maryland 21117

Phone: 410-764-1133

General Email: info@driversedu.net

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Mon - Fri: 9am - 6pm

Sat/Sun: By Appointment Only

Classroom and testing hours are as indicated on your service confirmation email.  To schedule an appointment click here for walk in hours call 410-764-1133.

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Sasheen Maple
Feb 23, 2018

What do I have to do if I am assigned?

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Edited: Feb 25, 2018

Contact a DIP provider directly for information regarding DIP location(s), available dates and times, and the fee associated with taking the program.

  • Attend your selected class, being sure to take your MVA referral letter with you

  • Complete the DIP by the due date printed at the top right corner of the Driver Improvement Program referral letter.

To view our upcoming classroom sessions click here.

To start now with our ONLINE click here.

New Posts
  • Sasheen Maple
    Feb 23, 2018

    Are you in a hurry to finish? Maybe this is your last day to complete a program and you need to get your certificate submitted as soon as possible. Luckily, this is not a problem. Our ONLINE Driver Improvement Program can be started and completed on the same day and we will immediately submit your certificate of completion to the Maryland Department of Transportation on your behalf. Don’t worry if you want to spend a little more time on the course instead, you can take your time and split the course up over multiple days if you prefer. To get started simply click here.
  • Sasheen Maple
    Feb 23, 2018

    If a judge decided that you must attend a driver improvement program, you will receive a letter from the MVA approximately 4-6 weeks after your hearing date. You were referred by a District Court Judge; You were referred by an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) in the Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH); You accumulated 5, 6, or 7 points on your driving record; You were convicted or granted probation before judgment for a moving violation while holding a provisional driver’s license.