Defensive Driving Course - 4
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Kentucky Defensive Driving
An East Kentucky Training Center Program
Flexibilty and Rewards

Flexible training options are available to fit your schedule and budget.  You may attend one of the many classes that EKTC puts on at various locations around Kentucky or you may attend classes at EKTC's facilities.  EKTC can arrange sponsored classes at your location for 10 or more participants.  Check on class schedules.

If you want to take a DDC-4 class, you'll get our illustrated Participant Guide, with practical exercises and tips to help you drive more thoughtfully and safely. It's full of information you'll refer to even after the course is over. Plus, you'll get a Certificate of Completion.
EKTC Teaches The Original Defensive Driving Course

The National Safety Council's Defensive Driving Course was the first driver improvement course in the nation. Since 1964, more than 50 million drivers worldwide have taken it, and the ranks are growing by more than a million a year. Nearly 40 years later, this course still sets the standard for driver improvement training.

 DDC-4 is a four-hour driver improvement program that also makes an ideal refresher course. In just half a day, DDC-4 offers practical strategies to reduce collision-related injuries, fatalities, and costs. It addresses the importance of attitude in preventing accidents, and reinforces the good driving skills students already have. Most importantly, DDC-4 shows students the consequences of the choices they make behind the wheel, and puts defensive driving in a personal context.

The course features two videos, including The Diana Factor. This powerful reconstruction of Princess Diana's fatal car crash demonstrates the importance of occupant restraint, and the dangers of alcohol, drugs, and aggressive driving.

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Just one crash can cost your company $29,000 . You can't control what your employees face on the road, but you can control how they react to it.

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