The Michigan Secretary of State provides a nice question and answer page for Michigan drivers who wish to take a Michigan Basic Driver Improvement Course (also called BDIC) online or in the classroom.
The Q&A can be found here, but below are the questions listed.
- What Are Basic Driver Improvement Courses (BDIC)?
- Who is eligible for this program?
- How much time will it take me to complete a Basic Driver Improvement Course?
- How much does the BDIC cost?
- What are BDIC sponsors?
- What happens if I pass the BDIC?
- Do I still have to pay for the ticket or court costs if I pass the BDIC?
- How do I show that I passed the course?
- What should I do with the Certificate of Completion that the sponsor gave to me?
- What if I miss the 60 day deadline?
- What if I don’t pass the BDIC?
- Can I appeal if I don’t pass?
- How often can I take the BDIC to avoid points on my record?
- Can I take the BDIC again if I don’t pass?
- What do I do if I lost the letter saying I am eligible?
- What would disqualify me from the BDIC program?
- What tickets are eligible for this program?
- What do other states do in regards to this program?
- Am I eligible to take a Basic Driver Improvement Course if I received a traffic ticket in another state?
- May I take the driver improvement course in another state if I am eligible but will be out of state for a while?
- What can I do if I never received a notice that I was eligible?
- How can I check my driving record?
- Why should I take the BDIC for a zero-point ticket?
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