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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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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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

What payment options do I have?
We accept VISA, MasterCard, American Express.


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.


My family made me take the Texas insurance discount course because of my reckless driving. I learned so much that I am now a safer driver. Scott T, Dallas Texas

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

My kids begged me to become a more defensive driver. I finally said yes. Robert T, Irving Texas

I thought I knew everything about safe driving, but then I got a speeding ticket. Now I am much safer behind the wheel. - Rachel F, Brewster Texas

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

The first lesson taught me so much. Jerry K, Austin, TX

I passed with no trouble! -Bill W from San Mateo, California

I love how quick and easy this Texas Defensive Driving Online course was to use. Henry C, Cedar Hill, Texas

I finally understand how to drive safely in fog, thanks! -Debbie D from Houston, Texas

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

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

I did all my coursework from my couch at home. -Joshua G from Elk Grove, California

Traffic School Tip for ,
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)

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Drive sober. Alcohol and drugs are illegal, slow your reaction-time, and distort reality. At the same time, they may make you think you're an awesome driver. Avoid this bad combination. Don't drink and drive.

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Even a small amount of alcohol causes impairment. Studies show that impairment can begin with the first sip and worsen with continued drinking.

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In the United States from 2001-2005, there were approximately 79,000 deaths annually attributable to excessive alcohol use. In fact, excessive alcohol use is the 3rd leading lifestyle-related cause of death for people in the United States each year. (Alcohol and Public Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)

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Safety belt use saves society an estimated $50 billion annually in medical care, lost productivity, and other injury related costs. (Sources: Facts to Buckle Up America and Traffic Safety Facts 2006 Data, NHTSA)

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Leave plenty of space when coming to a stop behind a large vehicle on an incline. Heavy vehicles can roll back as much as 15 feet (4.5 meters) when the driver's foot is taken off the brake to accelerate.

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Do not cross the double yellow line to pass. Stay in your lane as much as possible. If you are driving slower, keep in the right-hand lane.
 

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