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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 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.

How old is too old to drive?

What will I learn by taking your course?
We cover all manner of subjects on safe driving. You will learn about driving in unsafe conditions like fog, rain, and snow. You will learn about the 3-second rule and safe following distances. You will learn about the dangers of drunk driving. And you will learn how to safely operate a vehicle, include tips like how to back out of a parking space and how to handle a skid. All that and more when you take our defensive driving/traffic school course.

How long is the Defensive Driving course?
Most people can finish in about 4-6 hours. Some people take longer, but that is a rough guide for most students.

Why is it so important not to have rear-facing child safety seats in the front seat?
The force of nearly 3,000 pounds of pressure from a crash would thrust the child forward, crushing it between the safety seat and the back of the car seat. Never place a rear-facing child safety seat in the front seat of a vehicle equipped with a passenger-front airbag.

My due date is approaching fast. How far ahead do I need to complete the course?
We recommend you complete our course at least 10 business days prior to your due date. That will give you enough to mail your completed certificate to your court. When you receive your certificate from us, you are responsible for mailing it to your court on time.

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.

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.

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.

Driving in the fog is so dangerous. Now I know what to do. Lizzie D, Latexo, 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 prices for this Texas Defensive Driving Online course were low! Scott P, Austin, Texas

This is an excellent Texas Ticket Dismissal Course--thanks. Stephanie K, Austin, TX

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

Keep a safe driving distance! -Amy G from Phoenix, Arizona

My children are my main concern in life. Thank you for helping me protect them. -Alice W from Redwood City, California

Highly recommend, good course for the money. Frank G, Trenton, NJ

I was really nervous about the final exam, but your online course prepared me very well. Thanks! Steve Y., Johnson City, TX

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

I wanted to learn about defensive driving, and your course was very helpful. Darren S, Round Rock, Texas

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

Traffic School Tip for ,
How dangerous can passing be? In 2006 automobile improper passing caused 1,615 injuries and 45 deaths in California, according to the CHP. (2006 Annual Report of Fatal and Injury Motor Vehicle Traffic Collisions, CHP)

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For front-seat passengers, lap and shoulder belts reduce the chance of serious injury by as much as 50 percent.

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

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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.

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The injury rate for passenger car occupants per registered vehicle was 1.2 times the injury rate for motorcyclists.

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Teen passengers can be a major distraction. They may unintentionally encourage teen drivers to speed, show off, play loud music or not pay enough attention to driving. They may challenge teen drivers to do risky things like speeding, tailgating or weaving in and out of traffic.

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Various traffic control devices are used in construction and maintenance work areas to direct drivers or pedestrians safely through the work zone and to provide for the safety of the highway workers.

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