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Yes, taking a defensive driving course can remove points from your driving record in Maine. By completing a Maine DMV-approved defensive driving course, you can remove up to 3 points from your driving record, and you may be eligible for a discount on your insurance, too.
Taking a Defensive Driving Course to Remove Points in Maine
- The course may be referred to as a driving dynamics course, but it is essentially the same thing as a defensive driving course: a class that teaches you how to be a safe and responsible driver.
- You can only take a defensive driving class to remove points from your record once every 12 month.
- Maine defensive driving courses are available to take either in person or online.
- Your insurer may offer a discount for taking a defensive driving course.
To learn more, check out WalletHub’s guides to driver’s license points and defensive driving courses.
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