Following are the most common questions we are asked by people looking to take the 6-hour drug and alcohol driving awareness program in the state of Texas. If you do not find the answer below please call our offices at 775-434-8753.
Yes, Dadapclass.com is licensed by the Texas department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR). It is approved for all courts in the state of Texas and all department of motor vehicles offices (DMV locations).
Yes, Blue Mountain Education's 6-Hour Drug and Alcohol Driving Awareness Course is licensed by the Texas Education Agency and is recognized by all DMV offices and courts in the State of Texas.
Dadapclass.com's state-approved course will take a minimum of 6-hours. Don't worry, it is not all reading. There are plenty of graphs & charts and more than an hour of video content.
Plus if you really don't want to read the class you can purchase our low-cost read-along option. With read-along the course is read for you.
Dadapclass.com can satisfy any of the following alcohol-related offenses: Penal Code: 49.02– Public Intoxication Alcohol and Beverage Code:
We recommend that you contact the court prior to registration to verify eligibility and acceptable course options.
Yes, dadapclass.com can Be used for both continuing education as well as to help reduce auto insurance rates. Texas driver's education instructors who are not also licensed DADAP instructors can use a dadapclass.com to satisfy continuing education requirements. Also, many insurance providers, offer discounts on auto insurance for customers who have successfully completed a DADAP class.
The course is available online. You can complete it from any location, using your iPhone and android device. In fact the DADAP class can be taken with any device with with access to the Internet. You can log into and out of the course whenever you wish and you will not even need to leave the security and convenience of your home, office, or Wi-Fi hotspot.
No, there are no hidden costs with this class. The cost shown on our website is the price students will pay (expedited shipping option is the exception and is answered below).
Yes, we will ship the certificate via first-class mail for free. If you need your certificate faster we offer upgraded expedited shipping.
We will mail the certificate the next business day after completing the class. Regular postage is first-class mail from the US Postal Service.
Yes, we do offer expedited shipping from the US Postal Service with both Priority Mail and Express Mail options.
Upon successful completion of the course, we will send you a hard copy of your DADAP Online certificate of completion. It is highly recommended that you hand deliver this certificate directly to the court. If you are unable to hand-deliver the certificate we would recommend that you send the certificate in a manner where it can be tracked. It is also advised to see if you can get a contact name at the court who will receive your certificate of completion.
If you are taking the course for insurance discount purposes, we recommend that you contact your insurance carrier. Typically, the insurance carrier will accept either the hard copy we send. They may also accept an emailed copy or fax.
The course is available to you 24 hours per day, seven days per week.
Each DADAP Online section is timed. You will not be able to move to the next page until the timer has expired. If you believe it is a technical issue with our site, you can contact customer service via email, online contact form or telephone.
Yes. The course is available to you 24 hours per-day, 7 days per week. One can start and stop whenever you want or push all the way through.
Yes, our system remembers the page you were on when you logged off. When you log back in after inputting your user name and password that you created when you first registered with our site, you will be taken back to the last page you viewed. In other words, you can take the course at your own pace and whatever page you leave off on when you log out, you pick right back up when log back in!
If you happen to lose or forget your user name or password you can go to the course login area, enter your e-mail address, and your login reset code will be emailed to you again. If you are still unable to log back into the course, please contact customer support.
Yes, your registration information can be changed. However, students are not allowed to change their registration information after the registration process has been completed without the assistance of our customer service team. Have no fear, though if you have already completed the registration process and discover that you need to change your personal information, please contact us and we will assist you.
There are three primary parts to this course. There is a pre-test which will gauge your knowledge before taking the course. There is the main class itself which consists of 11 lessons covering seven primary topics: program administration, Texas laws, physiological and psychological effects, effects of alcohol/drugs on the driving task, signs of a problem, decision making and a final exam.
You will need to pass quizzes on each major topic in order to proceed with the class. You will need to pass the final exam in order to complete the course.
If you fail to answer at least 70% of the quiz questions correctly you will have to re-take the topic. You will then be asked a new series of quiz questions. Once you pass the quiz, you will be able to proceed to the next section.
The final exam consists of 25 questions. You must answer at least 18 correctly to pass. If you fail, you will be able to re-take the exam up to three times. You will not be required to review the course, however it is advised that you do so. If you fail the exam three times you will fail the course. That means if you want to re-enter the DADAP Online course you will have to pay again. This is a Texas state requirement.