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Please choose your state certified traffic school course for Arizona below. We are proud to offer the following in Arizona:

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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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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.

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.

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.

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.

Did you know?
If you close your eyes for just one second at 60 mph, you will travel 88 feet.

How do airbags work?
Airbags work by preventing your upper body from striking the steering wheel, dashboard and windshield in a head-on collision. Airbags will NOT deploy in most side-collisions, but side airbags are not as common as front airbags. A sensor is activated when the car strikes a solid object. This sensor sends an electric current, initiating a chemical release of non-toxic nitrogen gas that causes the airbag to inflate. The deployment is instantaneous and the airbag will deflate immediately, preventing the risk of suffocation.

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 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.


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.


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This was really fantastic. Thanks for getting my points waived! Barb W, Lubbock, Texas

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This was my fourth speeding ticket in Texas! But this course made it easy to get my certificate. John D, Grapeland, Texas

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I thought the worste would happened when I got my speeding ticket. But this course was so easy that I feel much better. Ashley G, Huston Texas

My car got into an accident for the last time. Zorina M, Seagoville, Texas

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Traffic School Tip for ,
Texas driving tip: Trucks can weigh up to 80,000 pounds and may need up to 100 yards to stop.

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Texas motorcycle safety tip: ride at a safe speed and never ride if you've been drinking

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Most new cars have air bags for front-seat passengers. When used with lap/shoulder belts, air bags work very well to protect older children and adults. Air bags do not work with rear-facing child seats (those used with infants). Airbags could seriously injure or even kill an unbuckled child or adult who is sitting too close to the air bag or who is thrown toward the dash during emergency braking. In a crash, the air bag inflates very quickly. It could hit anything close to the dashboard with enough force to cause severe injuries or even death. Because the back of a rear-facing child seat sits very close to the dashboard, the seat could be struck with enough force to cause serious, or even fatal injuries to a baby. Even older children (who have outgrown child seats) are at risk from a deploying air bag, if they are not properly restrained.

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The chance of death or serious injury doubles for every ten miles per hour over 50 mph that a vehicle travels.

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The increase in motorcycle-related deaths and injuries calls for new program actions to supplement existing initiatives.

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Texas motorcycle safety tip: wear a helmet and other protective gear

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Pedestrians comprise one out of every six traffic fatalities.
 

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