Basic Driver Improvement Course Providers in Michigan

When you receive a ticket for a traffic violation, you will face points on your license that could lead to license suspension or revocation. Fortunately, it is possible to reduce points by taking a Basic Driver Improvement Course (BDIC). State approved courses are available throughout the state, and some private providers are listed below. A complete list of BDIC providers is available on the Department of State website. If your city or county is not listed below, look through the complete list of MI BDIC providers.

Grand Rapids Basic Driver Improvement Course Providers:

EIP Michigan West Inc.
3923 28th Street SE STE 201
Grand Rapids, MI 49512

Acme Safety Council LLC
1245 Northfield Ave NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49505

Southwest Michigan BDIC LLC
PO Box 7321
Grand Rapids, MI

Troy Basic Driver Improvement Course Providers:

Online MI Drive Safe-O/E Learning
2125 Butterfield Drive STE 200N
Troy, MI 48084

EIP Troy Inc.
318 John R Rd STE 162
Troy, MI 48083

Livonia Basic Driver Improvement Course Providers:

EIP Western Wayne Inc.
37637 Five Mile Rd. #301
Livonia, MI 48154

American Safety Council Inc.
32401 8 Mile Rd. #111
Livonia, MI 48152

Lansing Basic Driver Improvement Course Providers:

South Central Michigan BDIC LLC
PO Box 21221
Lansing, MI 48909

Driver Training Associates Inc
3105 S Martin Luther King Suite 140
Lansing, MI 48910

Lansing Area Safety Council
3315 S Pennsylvania Ave
Lansing, MI 48910

BDIC Providers in Kalamazoo, Flint, Ann Arbor, Sterling Heights, and Throughout Michigan:

EIP Kalamazoo Inc.
5047 W Main St. STE 201
Kalamazoo, MI 49009

EIP Flint Inc.
4225 Miller Rd. STE 89
Flint, MI 48507

Washtenaw County BDIC LLC
PO Box 2521
Ann Arbor, MI 48106

EIP Wayne Inc.
34841 Mound Rd. #201
Sterling Heights, MI 48310

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Please note: Recently DLAD/DAAD changed their name to the Administrative Hearings Section (AHS). Common use of the name AHS has not yet been widely accepted and the entity responsible for driver’s license hearings is still referred to as DLAD/DAAD in almost all legal areas, which is why we continue to use the term “DLAD/DAAD” throughout our website. More information about this change can be found at the Michigan Secretary of State’s website here.