Driver Improvement Program

For MVA- or Court-Referred Drivers

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Maryland Driver Improvement Program:

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Become a Better, Safer Driver With Our Drivers Improvement Class

If you have a Maryland driver's license and have been required by the Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) or the court to take a drivers improvement course due to excessive traffic violations, Admiral Driving School can help! Offering a more premier driver improvement course in MD, our instructors take great care in helping drivers throughout our community get back on the road safely,

We are also offering our driving improvement class online. If you have been instructed to enroll in a drivers improvement course, contact the instructors at Admiral Driving School for upcoming course dates and to receive more information.



  • Courses are taught by friendly MVA-certified instructors

  • Our courses are offered both in-person and online

  • Helps avoid the risk of license suspension

  • Our registration process is quick and easy

  • We offer flexible and convienient course schedules

Understanding the Maryland Driving Point System

Maryland is one of the 41 states that implements a demerit drivers license point system. Through this system, drivers accumulate points against their licenses when they are convicted of certain traffic violations and driving offenses. This system helps identify, deter, and penalize repeat traffic offenders.

Each traffic violation state is worth a certain number of points, with more serious violations carrying more points than lesser infractions. If a driver license reaches a certain number of points within a given time period, their license is at risk of suspension. Consequences for drivers license points are as follows:

3-4 points: You will receive a warning letter from the MVA. No action is typically required when receiving the warning.

5-7 points: The MVA will require you to enroll in a driver improvement course. This also serves as the final warning before suspension.

8-11 points: Depending on your specific offenses, the MVA may choose to suspend your driver’s license for a period of months or years.

12+ points: If you have accumulated twelve or more points in a two-year period, the MVA will send you a notice of revocation and revoke your driving privileges for a period of several years.

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If you need to take a driving instruction class at Admiral Driving School for driver improvement purposes you can call (301) 460-8100 to schedule an appointment.


Course Topics

State Driving Rules

Defensive Driving Techniques

Accident Prevention Techniques

Challenges of Distracted Driving

Consequences of Driving Under the Influence

Coping with Aggressive Driving and Road Rage

Vehicle Information

Traffic Control Devices and Roadway Signs

Understanding the GLS

New Laws or Changes in the Law

Important Statistical Information

Basic Vehicle Maneuvering

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Evaluating Risk

Rules for Following Distance

Dangers of Distracted Driving

Expressway Driving

Hazardous Driving Conditions

(fog, snow, rain, glare, etc.)

Alcohol and the Dangers it Creates for Drivers

And Much, Much More

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What To Expect

The driver improvement course offered by Admiral Driving School reviews effective defensive driving techniques that can help participants avoid and prevent crashes, as well as to become a safer and smarter driver.

If you were ordered to complete a driver improvement class by a judge or the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration, or wish to add positive points to your license for potential insurance savings, this course is for you — register today!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What happens if I miss a day of class, or if I can't attend a day?

No problem! You can arrange to make up the day that you missed during a later class. All students must attend the first day of class.

How much does the class cost?

$80 fee for a class

How do I register and pay for the class?

First, you can download our application form and fill it out to register. You can bring the form with you in person before starting your driving class. For payment, you may bring the payment with you on the first day of class. Admiral Driving School in Silver Spring accepts cash, checks, and credit cards.

What are the class locations, dates, and times?

Contact us to find a date and time that’s convenient for you. The address for Admiral Driving School is 2277 Bel Pre Road, Suite 205, Silver Spring, MD 20906. Our hours for driving instruction typically take place Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 8 PM and Saturday and Sundays from 8 AM to 2 PM.

What do I need to bring to class?

On the first day of class, you’ll need to bring the following items:           - Identification: either a learner’s permit, birth certificate, or passport.     - Tuition payment for the course (in the form of cash, check or credit card)                                                                                                         - A pen and notebook to take notes

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