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Aceable Defensive Driving with Special Appearance by Vince Young

  • Fast ticket dismissal or insurance discounts on our mobile app or online!
  • 100% approved by all Texas courts
  • Special appearance by former University of Texas quarterback Vince Young
$25 START DEFENSIVE DRIVING
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“Keep the Drive Alive” Defensive Driving

  • Dismiss a traffic ticket in a snap or score car insurance discounts
  • Aceable is the 100% Texas-approved defensive driving course that you can take on your phone, tablet or computer
  • Aceable offers FREE standard certificate delivery, or overnight shipping options for only the cost of shipping if you're short on time
  • Don't miss out on a special appearance by former UT quarterback Vince Young. Young received a DWI in 2016 while driving in Austin and his first-hand experience made him eager to educate others about the dangers and negative side effects of driving under the influence. Join Young for this one-of-a-kind collaboration and watch as he discusses his personal story about the negative repercussions of drinking and driving.

TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCY APPROVED & CERTIFIED

The easiest, most convenient way to meet state requirements for defensive driving from any computer or mobile device.

SHORTEST TEXAS COURSE ALLOWED BY LAW

In as little as six hours you can complete Aceable’s online defensive driving course to dismiss your ticket, avoid points on your driver license or get discounts from your insurance company!

GUEST APPEARANCE BY FORMER UT QUARTERBACK VINCE YOUNG

Vince Young played for the University of Texas from 2002-2005. When he was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol in 2016 he knew it was time to make a change and set a better example for his fans. In an effort to spread awareness about the negative consequences of drinking and driving, Young has teamed up with Aceable to share his personal story and advice on how to "Keep the Drive Alive."

How Aceable Defensive Driving Works

You have better things to do than sit in traffic school. Aceable helps you become a defensive driver with our fully court-authorized mobile app.

1 | ASK THE COURT

If you’re using Aceable to dismiss a ticket and avoid points on your driver license, request permission to take defensive driving from your local Texas municipal court first via email, phone or in-person. Otherwise the court will assume you are paying the fine. Keep in mind that certain traffic violations may make you ineligible.

2 | START THE ONLINE COURSE

All you have to do to get started with Aceable is sign up online or in our app. The safety course is approximately six hours and completely self-paced, so you can move as fast or as slow as you please. If you want to take a break, your progress will always be saved and you can log in and out from any device. Aceable is compatible with iPhone, Android and web for your convenience.

3 | GET YOUR CERTIFICATE

After you finish the safety course, we’ll mail your certificate of completion for FREE (overnight shipping available for an extra fee). Present your certificate to any Texas court to dismiss your ticket. Or, show the ticket to your insurance company to get a discount on car insurance!

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is Vince Young?

Vince Young is a former University of Texas quarterback who played for the Longhorns from 2002 – 2005. He later went on to play 6 seasons with the NFL. In 2016 Young was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol. Since that time, Young has been working diligently to set a better example for fans and communicate to them that drinking and driving is never okay, now matter who you are or how invincible you feel. In an effort to continue this example, Young has paired up with Aceable to teach from his own experiences and help spread awareness about the dangers and negative side effects of drinking and driving.

Can I order my Driver Record from Aceable?

If you’re required to submit a driver record to your court, you can purchase one from Aceable at the very end of the course on the web or in the app. The record will cost $25 and will be mailed to you with your Certificate of Completion.

What happens if I fail a level assessment?

If you don’t pass a level assessment, you can take it again (up to three times). If you don’t pass a level assessment on your third attempt, however, you’ve failed the course. Unfortunately, the state of Texas requires that in these situations you repurchase the course and start from the very beginning again.

When will I get my Certificate of Completion?

Your Certificate of Completion will be mailed to you. The course comes with free standard shipping via the US Postal Service (USPS), and certificates sent out using this option should arrive within 5-12 business days.You can also purchase expedited shipping when you reach the end of the course. Here are the prices:

  • Next-Day – $45
  • Saturday Next-Day – $55
  • Second Day – $35
  • Third Day – $10

Where do I find my court name?

If you’re taking this course to dismiss a ticket, your Certificate of Completion needs to include the name of the court that gave you permission to take the course. If we don’t include a court name or if include an incorrect court name, your certificate could be turned away.If you’re confused about which court name to select, the name is usually listed on the traffic ticket that you received.Examples of accurate court names include, but are not limited to:

  • City of Austin Municipal Court
  • Harris County Justice Of The Peace – Precinct 5, Place 2
  • San Antonio Municipal Court
  • Williamson County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1
In your course Student Profile, you’ll be asked to enter your court name. To make it easier for you, we’ve included a drop-down menu of all possible courts.

Is there a final exam?

There isn’t a final exam. Instead, there is a four-question level assessment at the end of each of the 12 levels. You need to pass each level assessment with a 75% or better to go on to the next level and pass the course.

My court deadline is coming up and I don’t know if I’ll receive my certificate in time. What can I do?

If you’re worried that the court will not accept late documents, call your court and ask them. Some courts offer a grace period to receive documents as long as you completed Aceable on or before the 90-day deadline set by your court. Most court websites don’t mention it, but it never hurts to call.

I lost my certificate. Can I get another one?

If you need another copy of your certificate, you can easily order one from Aceable for only $10 here. If you’re having trouble making your purchase, please contact us.

How Do I Dismiss My Ticket?

FIRST STEPS: Before taking defensive driving, you must do the following:
 

  • Request permission from the court to take defensive driving (if eligible).
  • Pay all required court fees.

After all of the above are taken care of, you can sign up for defensive driving. The court will not accept your completion of defensive driving if you complete the steps out of order.


NEXT STEPS:

  • Sign up for online defensive driving with Aceable.
  • Complete our 6-hour defensive driving course.
  • Wait for your certificate to arrive at your mailing address.
  • Sign your certificate when you receive it.
  • Turn in your certificate to your court in person or by mail. Some courts may require a Type 3A driver record in addition to the certificate.  

That’s it!

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