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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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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.

How do I know if I am eligible for traffic school?
Check the paperwork sent to you by the court. It will explain your options for traffic school.

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.

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 do airbags work?
Airbags will deploy in most frontal collisions, however front airbags will most likely not deploy in side-collisions. Side airbags will deploy in most side-collisions but side airbags are not as common as front airbags.

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 do I know if I am allowed to take a Defensive Driving Course in Texas?
We recommend that you contact the state DMV or court before signing up. That is the best way to verify that you can take a course. But do it early or you will miss your deadline.

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.


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

The TEA made me take a defensive drivers course. I am happy I did. Scott M, Galveston, Texas

I wanted something easy and straightforward, and these guys delivered. Scott P, Dalla TX

Anyone can pass the exam if they study - Bert E AZ

I got a nice insurance discount in Texas--thanks!

I passed the test on my second try--not bad. Rachel F, San Mateo, CA

I fought the law, and the law won. Richard D, Garland, Texas

This course is an important reminder to always stay alert when driving. -Matt H from Chicago, IL.

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

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

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

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

Traffic School Tip for ,
Talk to your teen about safety issues and the rules you are setting. Explain each one of your rules and the consequences for breaking it. Write up a contract with your teen driver to make sure they drive by the rules and drive as safely as possible. Include the most important issues.

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Driving while buzzed or drunk will most assuredly have one of three results -- arrest, injury or death. In Virginia, 31,469 people were convicted of DUI, 7,000 were injured and 354 people died in alcohol-related crashes in 2008.

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Likewise, rural motorcycle fatalities have been increasing and have, in fact, surpassed urban fatalities in the years 1998 through 2001.

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Safety belts should always be worn, even when riding in vehicles equipped with air bags. Air bags are designed to work with safety belts, not by themselves. Air bags, by themselves, have a fatality-reducing effectiveness of only 12 percent. (Sources: Facts to Buckle Up America and Traffic Safety Facts 2006 Data, NHTSA)

Traffic School Tip for ,
When travelling at speeds up to 70 mph, you need to be able to judge distances and speeds carefully. If, for example, you are travelling at 55 mph, to pass safely you require a 10 to 12 second gap in oncoming traffic. Your vehicle will cover 800 feet in those 10 to 12 seconds. A vehicle approaching you from the opposite direction also going 55 mph will also cover 800 in those 10 to 12 seconds. That's 1,600 feet, or one-third of a mile to pass safely.

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If you're driving down a hill ahead of a large vehicle that is fast approaching, speed up a little, if it's safe to do so, to keep a safe distance between your vehicles. The truck or bus driver may be trying to slow down safely without losing the momentum needed to climb the next hill at a reasonable speed.

Traffic School Tip for ,
Railroad Crossbuck signs are posted at every railroad, highway, road, or street grade crossing and show the location. If more than one track is to be crossed, it will show the number of tracks. Always slow, look, listen, and be prepared to yield the right-of-way to an approaching train.
 

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