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Driver Improvement Course Approved for Point Reduction

Our Driver Improvement Program is approved by the N.H. Department of Safety for point reduction. The 8 hour classroom course, proven effective in reducing traffic fatalities and collisions, is employed worldwide by the U.S. Navy and Air Force. Many insurance und-erwriters, police departments, public utility companies, and delivery fleets require this course for their drivers.

Register for Our Point Reduction Program

Tuition: $50.00: Pay in advance, get certificate day of class. Pay on class day, certificate is mailed to you. Class size limited, so register early. (Note: Partial completion requires a new registration and fee. You must attend all eight hours to receive a certificate, no refunds or rescheduling is allowed).

Classes meet 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. and are normally held on the second Saturday of each month, in a one-day, 8-hour class. Click Here to Register Now We will notify you of any changes.

Remove 3 Points From License

Remove 3 points from your driving record, during any three calendar year period by successfully completing our approved Driver Improvement Program. This challenging program provides practical guidance on managing time, space, visibility, and collision avoidance. Itis taught by the specially trained instructors at Hampshire Driving School, L.L.C.. Group discussions, teacher aids, student workbooks, and up-do-date films make for a meaningful learning experience!

 

To Remove 3 Points From Your License After Course Completion:

You must make an application for point reduction by writing to:

  • The Financial Responsibility Administrator
  • N.H. Division of Motor Vehicles
  • Hazen Drive, Concord, NH 03305.

Enclose your Driver Improvement Certificate showing course completion, and request that 3 points be removed from your driving record.

N.H.'s Uniform Point System

In 1987, the New Hampshire Department of Safety adopted the Uniform Point System as a method of keeping track of frequent motor vehicle violators. With each conviction, demerit points are charged against your license. When enough points have accumulated, YOUR LICENSE WILL BE SUSPENDED - unless you complete an approved driver improvement program.

Demerit Points
Assessed for Court Convictions
(based upon THE date of violation)

The Director of Motor Vehicles reminds all motorists that points are assessed for convictions of violations. The number of points assessed depends on the seriousness of the offense with the point value being 1,2,3,4 or 6.

Click here to find point values for various convictions

Point Totals Now
Cause License Loss!

Point Graph

Suspension

Points
in:

1 year:
up to 3
months

2 years:
up to 6
months

3 years:
up to 1
year

Point Totals Now Cause License Loss! Drivers under 18 subject to suspension
  • 6 points in 1 calendar year = up to 3 months suspension
  • 12 points in 2 calendar years = up to 6 months suspension
  • 18 points in 3 calendar years = up to 1 year suspension
Drivers 18-20 subject to suspension
  • 9 points in 1 calendar year = up to 3 months suspension
  • 15 points in 2 calendar years = up to 6 months suspension
  • 21 points in 3 calendar years = up to 1 year suspension
Drivers 21 and older subject to suspension
  • 12 points in one calendar year = up to 3 months suspension
  • 18 points in two calendar years = up to 6 months suspension
  • 24 points in 3 calendar years = up to 1 year suspension