DEFENSIVE DRIVING ROSWELL
Nathan's Driving School, Inc is licensed and approved by the Georgia Department of Driver Services.
(Atlanta License Number 0801 and Roswell License Number 0844)
At Nathan's Driving School, we offer the National Safety Council's Defensive Driving Classes, recognized and accepted by all Georgia courts and also Nationally (out of Georgia, you do need to confirm with the local authority requiring you to attending the course.)
This program may assist you in reducing the amount of lost points on your driving record, in reinstating your license, in having a ticket dismissed or in reducing your insurance premiums. This program is offered at our Atlanta and Roswell locations, and we vary the schedules to meet individual needs.
You can easily register and pay online using the Online Payment Form or by calling our main office at(770) 454-9100.
ONLY attendees pre-registered at least 24 hours in advance are guaranteed the class will be held.
Once registered, we do not offer refunds for the class, however, we allow you to reschedule ONCE with a minimum of 24 hours notice.
Saturday sessions are from 9am through 4pm.
Evening sessions are held on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 6pm through 9pm.
We welcome Walk-ins on the day of class; exact payment must be made in cash ($55 for insurance purposes and $95 for traffic violations/court orders/ticket reduction/reinstatement) or check with ID.
Upcoming classes in Roswell are on the following dates:
Saturday Classes are from 9am-4pm
***********Please note that there are 2 different DDC Classes******************
Court Ordered/Points/Reinstatement/Traffic Violations $95
Insurance Purposes $55
More than 41,000 people lose their lives in motor vehicle crashes each year and over 2 Million more suffer disabling injuries, according to the National Safety Council. The triple threat of high speeds, impaired or careless driving and not using occupant restraints threatens every driver - regardless of how careful or how skilled.
Driving Defensively means not only taking responsibility for yourself and your actions but also keeping an eye on "the other guy."
The National Safety Council suggests the following guidelines to help reduce your risks on the road:
Don't start the engine without securing each passenger in the car, including children and pets.
Safety belts saves thousands of lives each year.
Lock all doors.
Remember that driving too fast or too slow can increase the likelihood of collisions.
Don't kid yourself. If you plan to drink, designate a driver who won't drink.
Alcohol is a factor in almost half of all fatal motor vehicle crashes.
Be alert! If you notice that a car is straddling the center line, weaving, making wide turns, stopping abruptly or responding slowly to traffic signals, the driver may be impaired.
Avoid an impaired driver by turning right at the nearest corner or exiting at the nearest exit.
If it appears that an oncoming vehicle is crossing into your lane, pull over to the roadside, sound the horn and flash the lights.
Pull over and notify the police immediately after seeing a motorist who is driving suspiciously.
Follow the rules of the road. Don't contest the "right of way" or try to race another car during a merge.
Be respectful of other motorists.
While driving, be cautious, aware and responsible.