State of Colorado
Court Referred Classes
State of Colorado Approved
Improve Your Driving And Your Court Case
We offer court-approved Level 1 and Level 2 court-referred corrective driving courses to help you meet your requirements. Our classes are now available in a facilitated online learning environment so they can be completed from the comfort of your home. We have hundreds of individuals just like you enrolling in and completing their court-ordered corrective driving classes. Put this all behind you and become a safer, more skilled driver in the process! Once you complete your course with us, you can usually put a ticket violation on probation and take it off your DMV record. This can help keep your insurance premiums down.
The MasterDrive Experience
The MasterDrive Traffic Court Program is a Corrective Driving class that is actually educational, effective, and enjoyable. Not some boring classroom that seems to be punishment. You will learn about car dynamics, driving on slick road conditions, crash avoidance maneuvers, and more.
To confirm your spot, you must enroll and pay the class fee. Class access details will be provided upon enrollment.
Upcoming Virtual Class Schedule
🔴 Level 1: Mon, January 30th | 5:30pm – 9:30pm
🔴 Level 1: Tues, January 31st | 5:30pm – 9:30pm
🔴 Level 2: Weds, February 1st | 5:30pm – 9:30pm
🔴 Level 1: Mon, February 6th | 5:30pm – 9:30pm
🔴 Level 1: Tues, February 7th | 5:30pm – 9:30pm
🔴 Level 1: Mon, February 20th | 5:30pm – 9:30pm
🔴 Level 1: Tues, February 21st | 5:30pm – 9:30pm
🔴 Level 2: Weds, February 22nd | 5:30pm – 9:30pm
Level One4 Hours
- Classroom for experienced drivers focused on improving the drivers understanding of operating a modern vehicle and increasing the drivers awareness of todays driving environment. Improving the drivers understanding of driving performance makes for safer driving and more enjoyment behind the wheel.
Level Two8 Hours
- In addition to all the vehicle and environment material covered in Level 1, this classroom focuses on how the driver can increase their own personal performance. After all, even with the advanced automobile systems of today, the driver must still be the ultimate management system of the car.
What is the difference between Level 1 and Level 2?
Level 1 is 4 hours and costs $50. Level 2 is 8 hours and costs $100. The level you are required to take should be indicated on your court paperwork.If you’re taking the Level 2 class, you’ll take the 4 hour Level 1 class first, and then the 4 hour Level 2 class on a separate date.
When is the class offered?
A few times a month, typically during the week in the evening (all times given and displayed are MST). Classes do fill in advance. It is best to plan ahead.
Is the class online?
YES, Level 1 & 2 classes are LIVE classes that are held over a virtual platform (Google Meet).
Can I come in and take the class in person?
No, classes are only being held virtually.
How do I take the class if I don't have a computer?
You can use any smart device that has a working camera and microphone.
Is the class self-paced?
No, this is a LIVE scheduled event. The classes do have a capacity, and sometimes fill in advance. It is best to plan ahead.
Will these work for Drug and Alcohol required classes?
No, MasterDrive Lvl1/2 are for Corrective Driving ONLY. Usually from receiving a ticket.
Can someone help me get the class up on my computer?
Please contact the court to request any accommodations necessary.
I don't speak English. Can I have someone present to interpret for me?
Can someone other than the student call to schedule or obtain info about the class?
No, we can only speak with and schedule the adult client that is registered with MasterDrive. If that person needs assistance they must be present to give consent that we may share information with another person.
How do I get my certificate after I completed the class?
MasterDrive will email you your letter of completion by the end of day the following business day. MasterDrive does not contact any agency nor court system on your behalf.
Colorado M-F: 8am - 5pm
California M-F: 7am - 4pm
Our offices are closed on weekends, but students are in classes, on-street sessions and in driving camps.