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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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Did you know?
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), teenage drivers and passengers are among those least likely to wear their safety belts.

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 credit cards do you accept? Can I use my debit card?
Our course providers says, You may submit payment using a credit card, bank debit card with a Visa or MasterCard logo, or a personal check through our secure server. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover.

What is the course completion policy?
Our course provider says, You must complete all phases of the approved curriculum in order to receive a certificate of completion. Any time missed must be made up. The school is prohibited from issuing a certificate of completion if the student has not met all the requirements for course completion and a student shall not accept a certificate under such circumstances.

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.

Did you know?
Eight young people die every day in the U.S. in alcohol-related crashes.


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 have taken several Texas Defensive Driving Online courses but this one is the best! Jill G, Corpus Christi, Texas

I have taken several Texas Defensive Driving Online courses but this one is the best! Jill G, Corpus Christi, Texas

Johnny law gave me another speeding ticket. Now it's off to Texas Defensive Driving Online courses and this one is the best. Darin Z, Richardson, Texas

I used to tailgate until I read how dangerous it is. -Bill Q from Salt Lake City, Utah

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

The police gave me a speeding ticket in Dallas, I live in Huston. So the online aspect of this defensive driving course really helped me. Bill W, Huston, TX

All I can say is, Thanks! Cara P, Grande Prairie, Texas

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

I was skeptical about a Ticket Dismissal Course, but I am now a fan. Heather D, Dallas Texas

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

Johnny law gave me another speeding ticket. Now it's off to Texas Defensive Driving Online courses and this one is the best. Darin Z, Richardson, Texas

I drive safer for my kids. Daniel M, Loredo, Texas

Traffic School Tip for ,
Gate and Flashing Light. Stop when the lights begin to flash before the gate lowers across your side of the road. Remain stopped until the gates are raised and the lights stop flashing.

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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.

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49?States and the District of Columbia have a three-stage GDL system. Analysis shows that adopting GDL laws will lead to substantial decreases of crashes for this age group ? anywhere between 20 and 50 percent.

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Most crashes in Texas result from speeding, failure to yield, driving under the influence of alcohol, following too closely and running red lights and stop signs. To learn the best ways to avoid a collision or what to do if you are in a crash, please read the information below.

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In fact, with the proper use of seat belts you are 40% less likely to be fatally injured during a crash. With these odds, why wouldn't you buckle up?

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Don't exceed the speed limit. The chance of death or serious injury doubles for every 10 miles per hour over 50 mph that a vehicle travels. At high speeds, errors such as turning too quickly or braking too sharply can result in an out-of-control vehicle. Speed increases braking distance: If you double your speed, quadruple your braking distance. At high speeds, the amount of time available to detect and react to unexpected events is shortened.

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Once children outgrow their forward-facing seats (usually around age 4 and 40 pounds), they should ride in booster seats, in the back seat, until the vehicle seat belts fit properly. Seat belts fit properly when the lap belt lays across the upper thighs and the shoulder belt fits across the chest (usually at age 8 or when they are 4?9? tall).
 

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