Defensive Driving Courses in Beaumont, Texas

by Lottie Goff

If you have received a traffic ticket in Beaumont or anywhere in Texas, you can ask permission to take a defensive driving class instead of having the ticket show up on your record. Once you have permission from the judge in the case, choose a defensive driving course from one of the Beaumont locations. Make sure to mail your paperwork in within the set time limit.

Shaver Defensive Driving

Shaver Defensive Driving offers online classes that you can take at your own pace as well as an in-person class for those who want to take the whole class in one day. The class is six hours long and includes a buffet lunch. Shaver Driving School has been in business since 1989, according to the company's website. The course costs $32.95, as of May 2010. Shaver Driving School 4260 Dowlen Road Beaumont, TX? 77706 409-839-0187 http://www.shaverdefensivedriving.com/

BCD Driving School

BCD Driving School has been in business since 1992, according to the Better Business Bureau. The school offers defensive driving courses as well as general drivers education classes. BCD Driving School 1060 South 4th Street Beaumont, TX 77701 409-839-4767

Alston Defensive Driving School

Alston Defensive Driving School originally formed as a business in 2008, according to legal filings reported by the Southeast Texas Record.The school is certified to teach defensive driving. Alston Defensive Driving School 149 Michael Road Beaumont, TX 77707 409-860-3310

Triangle Driving II

Triangle Driving II in Beaumont has been in business since 1985 and is a Better Business Bureau accredited business. The school offers both defensive driving and driver education classes. Triangle Driving II 4140 Gladys Ave Ste 103 Beaumont, TX 77706 409-866-8377

About the Author

Lottie Goff became a fulltime professional journalist in 2005. She has written freelance content for "Space City Spors" in Houston, Texas and "Coast Magazine" in Galveston, Texas. She earned a journalism degree from Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas in 2005. She also worked for the student newspaper, "The Battalion," from 2003 to 2005.

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