The Center for Healthy Living at Kimball Medical Center, a Barnabas Health facility, will host a workshop to teach drivers about defensive driving techniques so they can better-maneuver the roads. The course is offered by the Ocean County Department of Safety through the National Safety Council, the premier provider of defensive driver training in the U.S. Participants will receive the knowledge, skills and perspective necessary to prevent injuries and save lives. Completion of this workshop will eliminate two points from a participant’s NJ State driver’s record.
Each eight-hour course will be held at The Center for Healthy Living at 198 Prospect St. in Lakewood from 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. (with a lunch break) on the following dates: February 6, May 7, July 9, September 10 and November 5.
The fee for the basic defensive driving course is $8, with a check or money order made payable to County of Ocean. For point reduction, an additional $10 money order is required, made payable to the NJ State Safety Council.
Space is limited and registration is required. Please call the Barnabas Health Link at 1.888.724.7123, prompt #4. TLS.
skillfull driving school does it too, and was very happy with their service
The course is worth taking even if you don’t have points on your license.
If they would give it on a Sunday I probably would take it
I think 8:30 – 5 PM is kind of much for defensive driving course!!
This doesn’t help to get points off for insurance purpose. They still consider that you have points, to raise your rates.
If you have Geico you can take an online safety course to reduce insurance rates even if you have no points
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