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The classroom Driver Safety Program (DSP) provides four hours of classroom instruction using curriculum developed by the National Safety Council. Classroom courses are offered throughout the state and on a regular schedule. You may contact the National Safety Council using the contact information below to register for a course in your area.
After completing the DSP and submitting the results, it may take 7 to 10 business days to post the results on a driver’s record. This time includes mailing, grading, transmitting, and recording and processing by the DSP provider and the BMV.
Completion of the course will not remove a violation from a driver record. A driver will receive a 4 point credit on his/her official Indiana driver record if the driver successfully completes a BMV-approved DSP. This credit may only be applied once every three years.