The DADAP course is designed to promote drug and alcohol driving awareness to district students, staff, employees, parents and the community. DADAP is a Texas Education Agency (TEA) approved 6 hour course that provides a 5% discount on comprehensive auto insurance to all participants that complete the course and the discount is valid for three years. Note: Article 5.03-4 letter B of the Texas Driver and Traffic Safety Education Act states that the commissioner shall by rule require a five percent premium discount applicable to a personal motor vehicle insurance policy for completion of a drug and alcohol driving awareness program that has been approved by the Texas Education Agency under the Texas Driver and Traffic Safety Act (Article 4413(29c), Vernon’s Texas Civil Statutes). The course is also available to participants that are court ordered to take the course for ticket dismissal.
The DADAP instructor training is a 3-day training course designed to certify administrators, principals, coaches, driver education instructors, or any public educator that has the desire to teach and promote drug and alcohol driver awareness and safety in their school district or community. The DADAP instructor training is a Texas Education Agency (TEA) approved training and you will receive an instructor license from TEA and a 5% discount on comprehensive auto insurance once all requirements of the 3-day course are complete. The instructor license is valid for two years and will allow the certified instructor to teach the 6 hour DADAP course to school district students, staff, employees, parents and the community. Those participants that take the DADAP course with you will learn the fundamentals of Drug and Alcohol Driver Awareness and will also receive the 5% discount on comprehensive auto insurance upon completion of the TEA approved 6 hour course and the discount is valid for three years.