YouImpact Course FAQ
Thank you for visiting our online course FAQ section. You are here because you have questions about the course and what it offers. Please read on to see if we’re answering your question here.
Why do I have to take this course?
You are here because you were either sentenced by a judge to complete this course as part of your DUI offense or you are part of a DUI awareness group.
How much does the YouImpact online program cost?
The cost for the program is $100 for defendants. YouImpact is committed to providing the course free for those who qualify for indigent status. We have special pricing for school groups participating in DUI awareness.
How long do I have to finish the course?
If you have been sentenced to take the course, the judge will determine how long you have to complete the program. Once you have registered and paid the fee, you have five days to complete the course. The course itself takes about four hours to complete, but times may vary.
What does the course entail?
The course is made up of 11 videos featuring both DUI victims and offenders. After you finish watching each video, you must complete a test. Each test includes an essay question to gauge your understanding of the video and the consequences of driving impaired.
Can I use my smart phone or mobile device to complete the program?
Yes. The program does currently support mobile devices.
What do I need to register for the course?
You will need your case number; the name and email address of your probation officer, case supervisor or attorney; and a prepaid Visa/Mastercard card, credit card, debit card or Paypal.
Why is everyone making such a big deal about DUI?
Nearly 30 people die every day in the U.S. from car accidents involving an impaired driver, according to statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This amounts to almost one death every 53 minutes. These numbers represent an impact on individual lives, families and the community.
If you have any other questions about the program, feel free to contact us today.