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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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Traffic School Tips
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Can you give me an extension on my traffic school due date?
No. Only the court that you were cited from can grant an extension. You need to contact that Court.

How old is too old to drive?


What should I do if I am involved in an accident?
If there is damage to the vehicle, stop and exchange information. If someone is hurt, render aid and notify law enforcement. If you hit an unattended vehicle, find the driver or write your name and address on a note explaining what happened. You must also include the owner's name and address if the vehicle you are driving doesn't belong to you.

Can I get an insurance discount if I am a senior driver?
Our course provider says, Yes! It varies by state who is allowed to take a course for an insurance discount. (In some state only mature drivers age 55 and over are eligible to receive an insurance discount by completing a course.) We definitely offer the insurance discount option in all the states in which we are approved.

My certificate is due today. Can I still take your course?
Our course provider says, Time allowed for completion of courses and deadlines for submitting certificates of completion vary from court to court. We urge you to contact your court for this information to avoid taking this course and not receiving credit from the court.

I know that all children under age 12 should ride in the back seat, especially if the car is equipped with airbags. What about the elderly; are they safe with airbags?
The elderly, like all other passengers and drivers, should be properly restrained with the seat as far back as possible and the individual's back firmly supported. All occupants should also keep arms and feet away from where the airbags will deploy.

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 am a new driver. Do you offer first-time driver or teen driver education?
Yes! In many states there is a teen/first-tie driver training course available. Check our site to see.


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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I'm grateful for the information about drivers licenses. Steven L, Sachise, Texas

My mind often wanders while driving, but I now know how dangerous that can be. Thanks! Amy G, South Bend, Texas

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I got another speeding ticket, but this defensive driving course really saved the day. Gillian D, Lovelady, Texas

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Traffic School Tip for ,
Texas driving tip: Observing speed limits means more than driving faster or slower than the posted speed: it means driving to conditions. When it's raining or foggy, when ice is on the road, when traffic is heavy or when road construction is ahead, adjust your speed accordingly.

Traffic School Tip for ,
But the 94.6 percent seat belt usage rate in 2007 means that 5.4 percent of us still don't buckle up. That's a shame because seat belts save lives.

Traffic School Tip for ,
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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Texas driving tip: After you pass someone, move into the right lane once you've safely cleared the vehicle. Impeding the flow of traffic by continuing to drive in the left lane is punishable by a fine of up to $200.

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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)

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Seventy-seven percent of fatal crashes involving alcohol occur at night.

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Railroad Crossing. You are within a few hundred feet of a railroad crossing. You should slow down and be prepared to stop. If you see a train coming?STOP?never try to beat it.
 

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