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3-Hour Alcohol and Drug Education Program

The 3-Hour Drug and Alcohol Education Program is a Safe and Sober guide to Driving in Maryland for clients with an Out-of-Country License for a Maryland Driver's License. After a successful completion of this program, you will be set on the right path to exchanging your Out-of-Country License for a Maryland License. By satisfactorily completing this "Safe and Sober" program, you will receive a "3-Hour Alcohol and Drug Education Program Certificate". This certificate is required in order to receive a Maryland driver's license and only applies to those holding a valid driver's license from a foreign country.

This program is for people with Out-of-Country license or people with an international driver's license. If you are from Out-of-Country, and have never held a license, you must obtain a learner’s permit.

The 3-Hour Alcohol and Drug Education Program Course Procedures

This course is a 3 hours long in-classroom program, the online-program is currently unavailable at this time. Please do not contact us, if you cannot stay for the entire 3 hours program.

  • You will complete the in-class program all in one day at our Baltimore office.
  • The in-classroom program tutorials consist of 4 sessions:
    • Introduction
    • Module 1:
      • Safe Driving
    • Module 2:
      • Maryland Law
    • Module 3:
      • Decisions
  • After the tutorial sessions, a final test is required to determine your level of understanding of the materials presented to you. You must score 80% and above for us to issue you the MVA certificate of completion.
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Course Fee

For you to take part in this program, you will have to pay $60 cash or money order. We do accept credit cards but we do not accept checks at this time.

For Class Schedule

Please call us at 443-759-8827 ext. 1 or 443-379-4113.

The MVA (Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration) 3-Hour Alcohol and Drug Education Program is designed to educate individuals about the risks and consequences of alcohol and drug use, particularly as it relates to driving. For out-of-country drivers, participating in such a program can have several benefits:

  • Understanding Local Laws and Regulations: Out-of-country drivers may not be familiar with the specific laws and regulations regarding alcohol and drug use while driving in Maryland or other states in the U.S. The program can provide essential information about local laws, which can help prevent legal issues and ensure compliance.
  • Safety Awareness: The program aims to increase awareness about the dangers of impaired driving due to alcohol and drug use. This education can help out-of-country drivers understand the importance of driving sober, ultimately contributing to safer roads for everyone.
  • Avoiding Penalties and Legal Consequences: In many jurisdictions, driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) can result in severe penalties, including fines, license suspension, and even imprisonment. By completing the MVA 3-Hour Alcohol and Drug Education Program, out-of-country drivers may be able to fulfill legal requirements or demonstrate their commitment to safe driving practices, potentially reducing the severity of penalties if they are involved in an alcohol or drug-related driving incident.
  • nsurance Considerations:I Some insurance companies may offer discounts or other benefits to drivers who have completed alcohol and drug education programs. By participating in the MVA program, out-of-country drivers may qualify for such incentives, leading to potential cost savings on insurance premiums.
  • Community Integration and Responsibility: Participating in educational programs demonstrates a willingness to integrate into the local community and adhere to its norms and regulations. It reflects a sense of responsibility towards oneself and others on the road.

Overall, the MVA 3-Hour Alcohol and Drug Education Program offers out-of-country drivers valuable knowledge and resources to promote safe and responsible driving behavior, ultimately benefiting both themselves and the broader community.