Missouri Defensive Driving Course

Widely Accepted by Insurance Providers for Eligible Policyholders

$49.94

No Hidden Fees

  • Check with your Insurance Agent to See if you Meet Their Requirements
  • Free Printable Certificate Available Immediately Upon Completion
  • Available in English and Spanish

Missouri | Defensive Drivers Save Money

Many insurance providers recognize the quality and value of our National Safety Council (NSC) course and offer premium discounts for completion. You will not only recoup the initial cost of the course through insurance premium discounts, you will also become a safer driver, which is priceless. Please check with your insurance agent to confirm eligibility.
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Defensive Driving Course Topics:

  • RUA defensive driver
  • Recognize the hazard
  • Understand the defense
  • Act correctly, in time

  • Road sign shapes and colors
  • Understanding lane markings

  • Speeding
  • Violating right-of-way
  • Distracted driving
  • Turning improperly
  • Driving left-of-center
  • Following too closely

  • Visibility
  • Techniques for handling these factors
  • Winter driving
  • Fog, dust, smoke
  • High winds
  • Road conditions

  • Stressful driving situations
  • Aggressive driving
  • Impaired driving
  • Drowsy driving

  • The three stages of a collision
  • Seat belts and air bags
  • Brakes – anti-lock vs. non-anti-lock
  • Mirrors
  • Pre-trip inspection

  • Passing and overtaking
  • Blind spots
  • Multi-lane roads
  • Railroad crossings
  • Work zone dangers

  • Larger vehicles
  • School buses
  • Emergency vehicles and the “move over” law
  • Motorcycles, pedestrians and pedal cyclists
  • Slow-moving vehicles
  • Animals

  • The Six Deadly Choices
  • The importance of choosing the right behaviors
  • Your driving plan

The Online Defensive Driving Course Experience

  • Register today and get immediate access
  • Train in your own place at your own pace
  • Print your certificate immediately upon completion (official NSC certificate mailed upon request)
  • You are responsible for notifying your insurance provider