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Online Enrollment

During the mandated shelter in place closure we are offering enrollment for new clients to obtain a DMV proof of enrollment form to be eligible for driving privileges with three easy steps: 

 

1. Fill out and sign the required forms for program length required

 

2. Upload one of the following items:

  • Court Order

  • DMV Driver History Report

  • Arrest Paperwork (pink temporary license, yellow notice to appear, arrest report packet, etc.)

 

3. Make an online down payment of $175

Once all three steps are completed you will be considered enrolled in the program. You will receive an emailed PDF version of your DMV DL107 proof of enrollment form within 24 hours of submitting all required information and payment.

 

Once the shelter in place mandate is lifted and it is safe to resume business and classes as usual we will contact you and you will be require to attend a 30 minute in person orientation to receive your class schedule and go over program regulations. Failure to attend an in person orientation within 21 days of being contacted will result in termination from the program and loss of driving privileges from the DMV. 

Please select a program length to continue with enrollment

If you are unsure of the length of program you need please email us at info@alertdrivinginc.com and attach any documentation from the court or your arrest and we will do our best to help you choose the correct program.

 

Typical program length guidelines: 

 

  • 12 hour wet reckless program: first time offenders with blood alcohol (BAC) level below .08

  • 3 month first offender program: first time offenders with blood alcohol (BAC) level between .08 and .19

  • 6 month first offender program: first time offenders with blood alcohol level (BAC) between .15 and .19 only ordered in some counties such as Contra Costa and Sacramento. NOT ordered in Santa Clara County.

  • 9 month first offender program: first time offenders with blood alcohol level (BAC) of .20 or higher

  • 18 month multiple offender program: multiple offenders with two or more DUIs within 10 years