National Driver Alertness Course

When a motorist is involved in a Road Traffic Incident and there is sufficient evidence which indicates that they have been "Driving Without Due Care and Attention, or Driving Without Reasonable Consideration for Other Road Users" contrary to Section 3 of the Road Traffic Act 1988, or other like offences, they may be given an option to attend a National Driver Alertness Course.

This is offered by Surrey Police as an alternative to having the incident referred to the Crown Prosecution Service which usually results in a Summons to attend court where the driver may receive a fine and penalty points on their driving licence. Course prices vary by area so please ontact your choice of course provider for further details. More information can be found via the National Association of Driver Intervention Providers website.