Get answers to the most asked questions about our DUI classes.
What is a DUI Screening?
A DUI screening is an online or over-the-phone interview conducted with a behavioral health professional to determine the number of hours of DUI education you will need to complete.
How Long Does a Screening Take?
What are the requirements to take a DUI class?
To take our online DUI class, you will need access to a computer, tablet, or mobile device with a reliable internet connection. You will also need to have a valid email address and be able to create an account on our online DUI class portal.
In addition, you will need proof of identification, and we may ask for information related to your DUI case.
How Long Are Online DUI Classes?
The length of your class will depend on your case. When you complete your DUI Screening it will determine the amount of DUI Class hours you will need to complete.
How Do I Know How Many Hours I Need?
The number of hours you need to complete will be specific to your case. When you complete your DUI Screening, you will be assigned the amount of DUI Class hours required. Ready to get your screening started? Call us at (888) 822-0306.
If you completed your DUI Screening with Cornerstone and are unsure of how many hours you were assigned, call us at today and we will be happy to help you.
If you completed a DUI Screening with another provider, we recommend you call them directly or check with your local MVD or Court for information about your assigned hours.
How Much Do Online DUI Classes Cost?
The cost of DUI classes depends on the provider and the number of hours you are assigned. At Cornerstone, we will beat any competitor’s price for DUI classes.
Are Cornerstone's DUI Classes Online?
Yes! Cornerstone’s DUI classes are 100% online, as well as self paced so you can complete your classes at a convenient time for you.
Are Cornerstone's DUI Classes MVD or DMV Approved?
Yes, our online DUI classes are recognized by the courts and MVD in Arizona. The Arizona Supreme Court has approved online DUI classes as a method of fulfilling court-ordered DUI education requirements. However, it’s important to note that the court or MVD may have specific requirements for the course, such as the length of the course, the content covered, and the provider. Cornerstone has met all of the requirements and is listed as an approved provider.
Are there any quizzes or exams that I will need to take during the course?
In our DUI classes include quizzes or exams as part of the curriculum. These quizzes or exams may are used to assess your understanding of the material covered in our class and to ensure that you are making progress in your learning.
The number of quizzes or exams vary depending on the course. They are in the form of multiple-choice questions, true or false statements, or short answer questions.
It’s important to take the class quizzes or exams seriously and to do your best, as they may be a requirement for completion of the course.
If you do not pass a quiz or exam, you are given the opportunity to retake it until you get a score of 100%. You must answer all questions correctly to pass but you are allowed unlimited attempts.
What happens if I fail a quiz or exam in the online DUI class?
To ensure a thorough understanding of the material, you will have the opportunity to retake any assessments until you achieve a score of 100%. However, please note that the pretest is intentionally designed to challenge you and may be difficult to pass on the first attempt.
What documentation will I recieve when I complete a DUI Class?
Upon completing an online DUI class, you will receive a certificate of completion or other documentation indicating that you have fulfilled the course requirements. This documentation will include the following information:
- Your name
- The name of the online DUI class provider
- The course completion date
- The number of hours or sessions completed
- The topics covered in the course
- The provider’s contact information
- Any necessary state or court approval information
We will send the certificate of completion directly to the court or MVD on your behalf. It’s important to keep this documentation in a safe place, as you may need to provide it to the court or MVD as proof of completion again in the future.