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Congratulations! Our Tennessee / Ticket Dismissal for CLINTON, Tennessee is available online. You can get your points waived in CLINTON if you complete our traffic school.

Please choose your state certified course for the ANDERSON County Court, Tennessee below. We are proud to offer the following traffic school courses in CLINTON, Tennessee:

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TN Approved Defensive Driving School

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Have you been referred by the court to take a Tennessee or ticket dismissal course in CLINTON, TN? Our 8-hour traffic school course is court approved for CLINTON, Tennessee. You may only complete this course once every 18 months.
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We also offer our defensive driving course in these other ANDERSON County, TN cities:
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Did you know?
Eight young people die every day in the U.S. in alcohol-related crashes.

What is the operation and conduct policy?
Our course provider says, No credit or completion will be given if the course is completed by anyone other than you or if you are assisted by an outside party. When you enroll in the course you are stating under penalty of perjury that you, and not another person, studied the material in its entirety and completed that chapter quizzes and the final exam. By registering for the course, you understand that is may be a felony to make false statements or to falsify documents submitted by the court.

How long do I have to finish the course?
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.

How long is the final exam?
The final exam length depends upon the state or region where you received your speeding ticket. Many exams are 25 questions long, but some are longer.

What is the injury rate for motorcyclists compared to passenger cars?
The injury rate for passenger car occupants per registered vehicle was 1.2 times the injury rate for motorcyclists.

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.

Do you have more questions about Tennessee in CLINTON, Tennessee? View our full CLINTON Tennessee Tennessee FAQ. If you are looking for the approved driving school for the ANDERSONDistrict Court in CLINTON, Tennessee, sign up above.

Safe driving distance and driving in fog--these are the defensive driving techniques I now know. - Charles M, Desoto, Texas

I learned how to drive safely on the highway at night. Thanks! - Emily T, Dallas TX

I was pleasantly surprised at how little it cost. -Frank Choi from Dallas, Texas

My teenager needed some extra instruction, which you gave him. -Stephanie K from Albany, Texas

I did all my coursework from my couch at home. -Joshua G from Elk Grove, California

My family made me take the Texas insurance discount course because of my reckless driving. I learned so much that I am now a safer driver. Scott T, Dallas Texas

I dreaded taking a defensive driving course, but this wasn't so bad. Emily T, Austin Texas

Easy, honest, fast--this course is excellent and I leanred a lot. - Jana W, Fort Hancock, TX

Can a defensive driving course make you a safer driver? Yes! Malcom B, Santa Fe, Texas

I told all of my friends about the US Traffic School, thank you for a great experience. Kim W, Tampa, Florida

I was pleasantly surprised at how little it cost. -Frank Choi from Dallas, Texas

Easy, honest, fast--this course is excellent and I leanred a lot. - Jana W, Fort Hancock, TX

A good solid TEA defensive driving course. - Rick, M, Dallas, Texas

Now I know how to back up safely. Ricardo G, Hitchcock, Texas

Testimonials for our Tennessee in CLINTON, Tennessee can be found above. We offer CLINTON driving classes for the ANDERSON County District Court. If you are looking to get your points waived in CLINTON, Tennessee, sign up today!

Tip for CLINTON, Tennessee
Trucks and buses take more time and need greater distances than cars to speed up, maneuver, and stop. When driving near a large vehicle, signal your intentions early so the truck or bus driver has enough time to react safely.

Tip for CLINTON, Tennessee
Winter driving tip from Caltrans: Be more observant. Visibility is often limited in winter by weather conditions. Slow down and watch for other vehicles that have flashing lights, visibility may be so restricted during a storm that it is difficult to see the slow moving equipment.

Tip for CLINTON, Tennessee
Drowsiness is a common cause of highway hypnosis. Sleepiness, in fact, leads to many accidents in California. Between 2002 and 2006 falling asleep at the wheel was the primary collision factor in 4,046 injuries in California, according to the CHP. That's 2.77 injuries per day during that time period. (2006 Annual Report of Fatal and Injury Motor Vehicle Traffic Collisions, CHP)

Tip for CLINTON, Tennessee
Winter driving tip from Caltrans: You may need to add concentrated windshield washer fluid to the windshield washer fluid reservoir to prevent an icy windshield.

Tip for CLINTON, Tennessee
Seat belts hold the driver in place, helping the driver maintain control of the car during a collision. The lap belt should fit low and snug across the hips while the shoulder belt keeps the driver from pitching forward into the steering wheel, dashboard and windshield.

Tip for CLINTON, Tennessee
Texas experienced an increase in the number of motor vehicle traffic fatalities. The 2008 death toll of 3,468 was an increase of 0.20% from the 3,461 deaths recorded in 2007.

Tip for CLINTON, Tennessee
A research report by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety studied more than 10,000 reported incidents of road rage between 1990 and 1996. The report found that in approximately 44 percent of the violent traffic altercations, the perpetrator used a weapon such as a firearm, knife, club, or tire iron. In 23 percent the aggressive driver used the vehicle as a weapon, and in 12 percent used a vehicle and also a standard weapon. More unusual cases include pepper spray, eggs, golf clubs, and in one instance a crossbow. (Road Rage On the Rise, AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.)

Tip for CLINTON, Tennessee
When proceeding from a stop: look left, right, straight ahead, then left again before moving.

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