Dadapclass.com is pleased to offer its fully-licensed online Drug and Alcohol Driving Awareness Program (DADAP) to all residents in the Great State of Texas! Dapaclass.com is licensed and approved by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR - formerly the Texas Education Agency (TEA). Our license # is DA004.
Dadapclass.com is the most convenient way to satisfy your DUI or other alcohol-related infraction, including minor in possession (MIP) as a fully-licensed online course. If you received a violation under the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code (Section 106.115)(a), or for another code, the DADAP class is available for use. The state of Texas allows you to satisfy this requirement with a licensed online DADAP class. If the student is a minor, the State may also require the parent to attend with the minor.
The Texas Health and Safety Code (section 469) allows for the DADAP class to be taken for a number of violations. You can take our DADAP class in felony or misdemeanor cases involving controlled substances such as alcohol or other drugs like marijuana. Counties that allow this are the ones that the commissioners have created a drug court program that allows the uses of other types of drug and alcohol awareness programs. This includes the dadapclass.com program. You should check with your local court to see if your requrement qualifies.
The DADAP program, like the course at dadapclass.com, are provided for under the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure (articles 45.051(b)(6), 45.051(b)(8)). Online programs such as ours can be used as a condition of probation and as a deferred resolution for any offense the court deems it would apply.
We all know that DADAP programs are to help court-ordered people with alcohol-related offenses. But there are other reasons that people can take this class:
Insurance Discounts – Taking a DADAP class can save you money on your automobile insurance. Check with your insurer to see if our inexpensive course will save you money!
Training – Many companies require employees go through a drug and alcohol program as a requirement of their employment. This is common in the food and beverage industry.
Continuing Education - Once every three years TDLR licensed driver's ed instructors can use the 6-Hour DADAP Class to fulfill their continuing education requirement.
Texans are fortunate to have state legislators who understand the needs of their constituents. They understand time is valuable and now allow the drug and alcohol driving awareness program to be taken online. To learn more about the course content and the convenience of taking the DADAP class online, please read our Frequently Asked Questions. We can be reached by telephone at 775-434-8753.