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Alert Driving, Inc.
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Alert Driving, Inc. provides DUI program services for participants ordered by the Court or the DMV to complete a state-licensed Driving Under the Influence program. We are also certified as ADI-OP, Inc. to provide Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Counseling and Treatment.
We are located between Union and Leigh on Camden Ave. in San Jose. See Google Map. Class schedules are convenient and payment plans for program fees are available.
• First Offender 12-hour program
• First Offender 3-month program
• First Offender 6-month program
• First Offender 9-month program
• Multiple Offender 12-month program
• Multiple Offender 18-month program
• Comprehensive drug and alcohol assessments
• Outpatient drug and alcohol counseling and treatment program
For enrollment information or questions contact us.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-408-879-7581 and set-up an orientation appointment or request an orientation date through our website. When you attend the orientation your Department of Motor Vehicles form is electronically submitted to the DMV allowing you to obtain your restricted driver’s license if you meet the DMV eligibility requirements.
Providing Service Since 1975
Alert Driving, Inc. has been providing DUI classes in Santa Clara County since 1975. An arrest for driving under the influence can be an unfamiliar and challenging process for most participants. We know you have questions and we are here to answer your questions and help simplify the process. Since 2009 we also offer outpatient treatment and counseling. ADI-OP, Inc. specializes in confidential, private individual sessions. Call our professional staff with your questions; we answer our phones. Real people with real answers for you.
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DUI Orientation Appointment
Before receiving services, a mandatory orientation is held to explain the rules and requirements, assess program fees and determine method of payment. Written notice of all activities, schedules, times and classroom assignments are given to each participant at this time.
Orientations are generally held on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons. You will be required to arrive at 3 pm and stay until 5 pm. To request an orientation date, use our Orientation Date Request Form, or call the ADI office during the listed office hours.
On the date you attend the orientation your Department of Motor Vehicles form is electronically submitted to the DMV allowing you to obtain your restricted drivers license if you are eligible.
Bring one of the following documents to the orientation along with a $200 down payment toward the total program fee:
- Admin per se pink temporary license along with the alcohol level
- Court Order; please be aware if the court has an enrollment deadline
- An H-6 In-house printout from the DMV
- We accept checks, cash, debit or credit cards.