Have you been issued a smoking citation in Hawaii? If so, here is some useful information. Were you required to take a tobacco awareness course? Onlinedrugclass.com has developed their 4 and 8 hour class with you in mind.
Hawaii smoking law states that it is unlawful for any person under the age of 18 to purchase tobacco or tobacco products. The exception is if the minor is participating in a law enforcement activity or a study authorized by the Department of Health. HAW. REV. STAT. § 709-908
If you need a tobacco awareness course, our youth tobacco classes are a great option for you. They are 100% online so you can take them around your busy schedule.* We guarantee your satisfaction.*
If you choose not to pay the fine, you may attend a court hearing to challenge the citation.
Once you have registered for your Tobacco Awareness/Cessation course, you will be prompted to complete the payment process. At ODC, we accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover; you can submit payment both by phone and online.
The cost of each class depends on the course duration:
Both courses include free enrollment processing and certificate shipping.
Once you’ve selected and registered for your Hawaii Awareness/Cessation course, you will be prompted to choose a unique username and password. Be sure to keep this information in a safe place as it will be required to access your course.
Yes, of course. You may access your Tobacco Awareness/Cessation on your tablet, smart phone and computer. All you need is Internet service, your username and password, and you’re set.
Once you’ve passed your Hawaii Tobacco Awareness/Cessation course, we will provide you with a Certificate of Completion at no charge. However, remember that it is your responsibility to present this document to your judge.
The time required to complete your Tobacco Awareness/Cessation class depends on the type of course you have enrolled in. The required time needed to complete the course is designated in the title; we offer 4-hour and 8-hour Youth Tobacco/Cessation courses.
If you fail the final exam, there is no need to worry, as you can retake the test as many times as needed. To successfully pass the Tobacco Awareness/Cessation course, you must attain a score of 80 percent or higher.