State law provides that persons convicted of two or more traffic offenses within a 12-month period may be required to complete a BMV-approved Driver Safety Program (DSP).
Individuals under 18 years of age are required to complete a DSP if, within a 12-month period, they are convicted of two or more traffic offenses, involved in two or more accidents, or a combination
of the two. When the BMV is notified of these convictions, a DSP course must be completed within 90 days or driving privileges will be suspended. Notification of this requirement is mailed from the
BMV. A court may also require an individual to complete a DSP course and use this requirement as an alternative to suspension of driving privileges; however, the court order may not
specifically require participation in a BMV-approved DSP.
Any Indiana driver
can take a DSP course. The BMV will apply a 4 point credit to an Indiana Official Driver Record for successful completion of a BMV-approved DSP. The credit may only be applied once every three years.
However, if an additional course is completed, the time period of the credit will be extended for three years from the new course completion date.
We offer the BMV
approved Driver Safety Program's for in-classroom only. The cost, no matter the location, is $50.00. Indiana DSP works with several driving
schools around the state to offer convenient locations for you at attend.
To register for the Indiana Driver Safety Program please visit
Indiana Driver Safety Program Registration