National Traffic Safety Institute (NTSI) offers South Carolina defensive driving courses as solutions to a number of driving issues. From new drivers to aggressive drivers, there are many reasons that you can benefit from a South Carolina online driving course. While some drivers attend traffic school online as a more convenient way of having points removed from their driving record, our courses are also a good way for aggressive drivers to learn how to control their responses and become safer drivers when they are driving on South Carolina roads.

Our courses will help you address specific issues that might make driving more hazardous to you and others when left to chance. Learn what to watch for and how to prevent accidents that might be caused by you or by other drivers! Defensive driving is a valuable tool for all types of drivers both for reducing their risk of an accident and for saving money on insurance premiums or tickets!

South Carolina Programs

Traffic Survival Workshop Level 1

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NTSI Traffic Survival Workshop (Level 1) contains the most current information on defensive driving, collision avoidance, and the dangers of alcohol and drugs. The program fulfills the 8-hour traffic school requirement for the driver cited for minor traffic violations and who might benefit from defensive driving school that will help them improve their skills for driving in all types of traffic situations. NTSI is a DMV-licensed traffic violator school.

The Traffic Survival Workshop Level I is designed for the individual who is attending the program on a volunteer basis:

  • receive a reduction in violation points
  • to receive an insurance discount
  • as an employer requirement
  • to satisfy a court order

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Aggressive Driver Course, 8 Hours

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The Aggression Suppression Seminar was developed for the individual who has received several traffic violations in a short period of time, been identified by law enforcement as an aggressive driver and/or is a habitual traffic offender. The seminar is usually part of a court judgment where a defensive driving course has been determined a good option for addressing aggression behind the wheel.

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New Driver Program (pending Approval)

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