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Diversion Attendance Defensive Driving Course


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Have you been referred by the court to take a traffic school course in County, ? Our 8-hour traffic school course is court approved for County, . You may only complete this course once every 18 months.

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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!

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've heard that some airbags smoke when they inflate. Is this a fire hazard?
Cornstarch or powder is packed inside the airbags to lubricate them and ensure proper inflation. The smoke is actually the cornstarch or powder and poses no fire hazard.

If I fail, what happens?
In most locations you can retake the final exam if you fail. The specifics depend upon your state's regulator agency.

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

I am able to adjust the position of my steering wheel. Which position is most likely to minimize injury but provide the greatest protection from an airbag?
Tilt the steering wheel toward your breastbone. Do not tilt it toward your abdomen or toward your head and neck. Try to adjust your seat at least 10 inches away from the center of the steering wheel.

What is ID Verification?
Some county courts require students to prove their identities. This is known as ID Verification. It is an easy-to-follow process with clear instructions. Not every county court asks for this requirement.

Are teens at greater risk of death in an alcohol-related crash?
Teens are at far greater risk of death in an alcohol-related crash than the overall population, despite the fact they cannot legally purchase or publicly possess alcohol in any State.


Do you have more questions about online traffic school in County, ? View our full County Traffic School FAQ. If you are in County and are looking for an approved driving school for the County Court, sign up above.


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

If I had known how easy this online defensive driving course was compared to a classroom course, I would have done it sooner. Cara P, Laredo Texas.

The rule about scanning ahead of traffic really taught me something. - Mike N, Houston, Texas

I knew I had to take a Texas Defensive Driving Online course before I got another speeding ticket. Reid P, Addison, Texas

I am on a fixed budget so your low rates are much appreciated. -Lexi Z from Adkins, Texas

I finished while drinking my morning coffee, how cool is that? -Karen S from Plano, Texas

You can just sign up for the driving course and get a senior discount. Gary R, Steel, Texas

Your traffic school was really easy to use! Pete F, Sarasota, Florida

Thank you for teaching me about the basic speed law. I am much safer now. -Theresa G from San Jose, California

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

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

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

Traffic School Tip for ,
An intersection is a planned point of conflict in the roadway system. With different crossing and entering movements by both drivers and pedestrians, an intersection is one of the most complex traffic situations that motorists encounter. Add the element of speeding motorists who disregard traffic controls, and the dangers are compounded.

Traffic School Tip for ,
The motorcycle community is experiencing astounding growth. New unit sales of on-highway motorcycles have increased approximately 91 percent since 1997.

Traffic School Tip for ,
Alcohol is involved in about one-third of fatal crashes involving 16-19-year-old-drivers.

Traffic School Tip for ,
Over 80 percent of motorcycle fatalities in single vehicle crashes occur off the roadway (a crash occurring on the shoulder, median, roadside, outside right-of-way, off roadway ' location unknown, in a parking lane, separator and gore. A gore is an area of land where two roadways diverge or converge.)

Traffic School Tip for ,
Remember to also use proper signals when you want to stop or turn. For a left turn, stretch your left arm to the left; for a right turn, stretch your right arm to the right. For a stop, hold your left arm downward.

Traffic School Tip for ,
In 2006, 41 percent of the drivers with a BAC of .08 g/dL or higher involved in fatal crashes were speeding, compared with only 15 percent of drivers with a BAC of .00 g/dL involved in fatal crashes. (Traffic Safety Facts 2006 Data: Speeding, NHTSA)

Traffic School Tip for ,
Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for children age 3 to 6 and 8 to 14. In 2007, 6,532 passenger vehicle occupants 14 and younger were involved in fatal crashes. Parents and caregivers are urged to make sure their car seats and booster seats are properly installed in their vehicles to prevent injuries and deaths amongst their children.
 

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