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Traffic School FAQs
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How long does the course take?
The time it takes varies from person to person. A determined student who studies the material and takes notes can finish fairly quickly. But many students choose to spread the course out over a week or more. Rest assured you can follow whatever method works for your schedule. But give yourself plenty of time to pass the final exam prior to your court deadline!

I do not see my county listed on your site, can I still take your traffic school?
No. Either the county court does not accept web-based traffic schools, or we are not yet approved in that county. Please see your court paperwork for your traffic school options and approved schools.

How long do I have to finish the traffic school?
As long as you need to get your certificate to the court within the court?s deadline. Give yourself plenty of time for mailing your certificate. We recommend you finish at least 10 business days prior to your deadline.

What payment options do I have?
We accept VISA, MasterCard, American Express.

Do I need to attend a classroom for traffic school?
No. The traffic course is entirely online. It is web learning on your schedule at your pace.

How do I know if I am eligible for traffic school?
Check the paperwork sent to you by the court. It will explain your options for traffic school.

Is my information secure and private?
Yes. We follow industry best practices for both security and privacy. We do not disclose your personal information to anyone, except as required by law.
I never knew how long it took to stop on wet pavement. Now I am much more cautious. -Cara P from San Francisco, California

I finally understand how to drive safely in fog, thanks! -Debbie D from Houston, Texas

When I hit a soft shoulder I knew just what to do. -John S from San Rafael, California

You saved my bacon with my auto insurance company! -Jen B from Beaumont, Texas

My children are my main concern in life. Thank you for helping me protect them. -Alice W from Redwood City, California

Your customer service was like a dream, thanks! -Jen O from Dallas, Texas

My insurance rates stayed low, thanks to you! -Mark H from Miami, FL

The course illustrations really helped me understand what was happening. -Robert T from Alexandria, Virginia

Driving safety is God's work. Thank you. -Deborah G from Irvine, California

I made my teenage daughter take your course for safety reasons. She learned a lot. - Jennifer W from Los Angeles, California
The cost of unbuckled drivers and passengers goes far beyond those killed and the loss to their families. We all pay in higher taxes and higher health care and insurance costs. (Sources: Facts to Buckle Up America and Traffic Safety Facts 2006 Data, NHTSA)

Children under the age of 15 accounted for 21 percent of pedestrian victims and 21 percent of bicycle victims (victims killed and injured). (2006 California Quick Collision Facts, CHP)

The cost of unbuckled drivers and passengers goes far beyond those killed and the loss to their families. We all pay in higher taxes and higher health care and insurance costs. (Sources: Facts to Buckle Up America and Traffic Safety Facts 2006 Data, NHTSA)

On average, a pedestrian is killed in a motor vehicle crash every 110 minutes, and one is injured every 9 minutes. (Traffic Safety Facts 2006 Data, NHTSA)

A one-day study was conducted in September 1996 in 119 of the 131 school divisions in the State of Virginia. On that day, 3,394 Virginia motorists illegally passed a stopped school bus. Multiplying the results by a 180-day school year brings the total number of illegal passings to over 600,000 a year. Of the 3,394 total in September 1996, 187 were right-side passes, on the side of the bus students use to enter and exit. (Best Practices Guide: Reducing the Illegal Passing of School Buses, NHTSA)