After I complete the PIRP course, how do I receive the point reduction?

The PIRP sponsor will notify the DMV within ten weeks after you complete the course. A notice will then be entered on your driving record, and the DMV computer will automatically reduce your active point total by up to four points. Important: Completion of a course under the "Point & Insurance Reduction Program" does not remove, delete, subtract, or erase any violation, conviction, or notice of original number of points from your driving record. Even after you complete the course, most violations, conviction and points assessed will continue to show on your driving record for up to four years. Violations and convictions involving drugs or alcohol will remain on your driving record for ten years. "Point reduction" means the DMV will not count up to four points on your driving record toward license revocation or suspension.

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1. After completing the PIRP course, how do I receive the insurance reduction?
2. After I complete the PIRP course, how do I receive the point reduction?
3. How do I know my driving record shows my PIRP course completion?
4. How much time does the PIRP course take, what is it like and what does it cost?
5. If a youthful operator is already receiving a driver education reduction, will the PIRP discount also be applied?
6. What effect does point reduction have on my license and driving record?
7. What if more than one person named on a policy completes the PIRP course?
8. Will the PIRP course prevent my insurance company from raising my premiums?
9. Will youthful operators and drivers participating in assigned risk pool receive the insurance premium discount?