Program Cost … $100
Welcome to the Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program (VASAP) Directors’ Association Online Defensive Driving Course. The Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program (VASAP) improves highway safety by developing programs for probationers that focus on behavioral modification. This program is based on the belief that people have the power to change their behavior if they have the motivation and tools to do so. The online driver improvement course and final test must be completed through a DMV-licensed online driver improvement clinic. No paper test permitted.
One of the educational components of VASAP is a driver improvement course available to volunteers or to those who have been mandated to attend by a Virginia court or the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles.
To enroll, you must indicate your state of residence, the referring ASAP office and select the reason you are taking the course. Reasons to complete this course include:
National Safety Council is not responsible for drivers completing the incorrect program. After clicking New Student, please verify your information is correct on the registration screen before proceeding to take the course.
For all drivers required by the VA DMV to complete a driver improvement course, and those with a VA driver’s license completing the course to satisfy a Court order or on a voluntary basis, NSC will electronically submit your completion information to VA DMV and it will be posted to your driving record within 24 business hours of the completion date of the course. NSC will also notify your referring ASAP office, and even email you an official VA DMV certificate of completion, 24 business hours following your successful course completion.
Immediately upon completion, a National Safety Council (NSC) certificate will be available for you to download and/or print. The NSC certificate CANNOT be used for official VA DMV purposes. (You will receive your DMV certificate by email, as noted above.) The NSC certificate may be used for ASAP and RADEP purposes, or as proof of completion for court-required drivers with licenses issued by a state other than Virginia, only.
In the state of Virginia, many students are required to turn in a certificate to the court and may have to appear in court. It is your responsibility to determine if your court accepts this online driver improvement course to satisfy a court-required driver improvement course. Customers directed by the Court must provide documentation from the court before safe driving points can be awarded. Contact the DMV if you have questions. The DMV standardized certificate, “Online Driver Improvement Clinic Certificate of Completion (DIC 552B)” is the only document that will be accepted by the Department and the Courts as proof of completion of an online driver improvement course. If the certificate is presented to DMV, it must be printed on 8½” x 11” plain white bonded paper. DMV will not accept certificates printed on color or special designed paper or paper with any form of advertisement on the front or back of the certificate. DMV will not accept any certificates that have been altered in any way.
DMV is committed to promoting transportation safety through the certification of quality driver training programs. If you have comments or concerns about this course, call our toll-free number: 1-877-885-5790.
Additional Course Information:
The online driver improvement clinic course delivers content based on an eight-hour course, including the final test, and is designed to rehabilitate problem drivers. The course must be completed in its entirety prior to the issuance of a certificate of completion. To benefit from the course, you must be able to work independently and be comfortable with using a computer. Student identification will be verified throughout training and prior to taking the final test to ensure that the person taking the course is the same person taking the final test.
Call (800) 775-1484 or email [email protected] for National Safety Council online technical support.
Hours of operation:
Phone Support: 8 AM – 6 PM ET
Email support: available until 7:30 PM
Phone Support: 9 AM – 4 PM ET
Email Support: available until 7:30 PM
Email support only
For other questions, please contact your referring ASAP office directly.