Starting next month you'll be paying more money to take defensive driving or DUI Risk Reduction classes.
A new law that's about to go into effect will increase the cost by $63.00.
DOCO Driving School owner Debra Storm says they still have classes available for people to take before the July 1st deadline hits.
If you register in advance, you can still pay the current rate of $292.00.
"We are offering to allow those people, if they pre register and pay for the course by before July 1st we will accept the lower rate or the current rate the current fee," says owner Debra Storm.
Storm says they have three classes available.
Call 229-420-3590 for more information, or click HERE for a link to the website.
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