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Drink Driving Courses
TTC are one of the UK’s leading providers of court-referred Drink Drive Courses.
If you have been arrested and charged with drink driving at your Court hearing, if eligible you will be given the opportunity to attend a Drink Drive Course as part of the Government’s Drink Drive Rehabilitation Scheme (DDRS), you can Book your Drink Drive Course here.
In 2012, around 45,000 drink drive offenders were referred to Drink Drive Rehabilitation Scheme (DDRS) courses by the Courts, with nearly 24,000 offenders accepting the offer and successfully completing a Drink Drive Course, making the attendee eligible to have the period of time they are banned from driving reduced by up to a quarter, taking a 12 month driving ban down to 9 months.
Under the Drink Drive Rehabilitation Scheme (DDRS), Courts can offer people a drink drive course if they have been convicted of driving or being in charge of a motor vehicle with excess alcohol in their blood. You may also be offered a course if you fail to provide a specimen that can be tested to assess your level of intoxication.
As part of the Drink Drive Rehabilitation scheme you can take a course with an approved course provider, such as TTC. If you have been referred by the Courts to a drink drive course you can take it at a location convenient to you, as long as you notify the Court in the appropriate way.
The Drink Drive Rehabilitation Scheme is designed to change behaviours to prevent the attendee reoffending, and to become a safer driver. Specifically, the drink drive rehabilitation scheme aims to help offenders recognise the problems associated with drink-driving and to take personal responsibility for, and to address their behaviour in relation to drinking and driving.
To complete the course takes around 16 hours, and is usually completed over 3 sessions.
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