PHONE 985.643.7803
1352 Lindberg Dr., Slidell LA  70458



A Nationally Recognized Driver Improvement Class and Training Facility. The National Safety Council® Defensive Driving Course-4 Hr. may be taken by adult and teen drivers.

Parents of teens under 18 yoa must come into the office to complete the registration process and sign a waiver before teen under 18 may begin. We encourage the parent or guardian to attend the course as a participant, but may wait in the waiting area or in the classroom as a non-participant (if there are desk/chairs available).

THE NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL® DDC-4, 10th Edition is a fast-paced, 4-hours driver improvement classroom that makes an ideal refresher course.  This driver improvement program is an approved course in our local courts for behind-the-wheel violators.  Both government and business are familiar with The National Safety Councils® driver improvement course. NOTE: If you know your Automobile Insurance Company offers a Discount for The National Safety Councils Driver Improvement Course and you are having to take this course for Court or Work....You may request a second Original certificate at an additional fee.     



CLASS SCHEDULE / Must Show Up Early To Attend
January 7 Tuesday Evening 5 PM 9 PM
January 22 Wednesday Morning 8 AM 12 Noon
January 28 Tuesday Evening 5 PM 9 PM
February 4 Tuesday Evening 5 PM 9 PM
February 12 Wednesday Morning 8 AM 12 Noon
February 18 Tuesday Evening 5 PM 9 PM
March 3 Tuesday Evening 5 PM 9 PM
March 10 Tuesday Evening 5 PM 9 PM
March 18 Wednesday Morning 8 AM 12 Noon




This course is for experienced drivers and has proven to most effective in influencing safe driver behaviors and skills. Check with your insurance company, they may offer a discount on your premiums for this course. The course includes Student Participant Guidebook and certificate.     

On-site or Off-site Class Scheduled for Large Groups. Please Contact our office to start your planning now. We can incorporate specific safety techniques to tailor some of your groups concerns and mishaps.  We


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Why Louisiana Driving School could be the best choice for the beginning driver? 

At most driving schools their primary focus, is to help you get a driver's license. That's what they do. They will meet the states minimum standards. With those minimum standards you go out and pass the test. You get the driver's license and what do you have then? At that point, most beginning drivers know just enough to be a danger to themselves and others.

Too many beginner drivers will end up in crashes that first year they begin to drive with the parent having to be in the vehicle. The First year of driving is the riskiest year! Because they have not been trained well enough or given the frequent consistent repetition and the guided instruction they need to be a more pro-active collision free driver. 

It's as simple as that. There aren't any shortcuts here.You are about to embark into the adult world...driving. Do not short change this critical training and leave it up to chance.