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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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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.

Is my information secure and private?
Yes. We follow industry best practices for both security and privacy. We do not disclose your personal information to anyone, except as required by law.

Do I have to finish the course in a certain amount of time?
You must finish the Defensive Drivers course before your court deadline. Also give yourself plenty of time for processing by the court.

I paid the court my fee to attend traffic school. Why do you charge me again?
Most courts charge an administrative fee you that must pay to be allowed to attend a traffic school. That fee is separate from and in addition to our tuition.

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.

How long does the course take?
The time it takes varies from person to person. A determined student who studies the material and takes notes can finish fairly quickly. But many students choose to spread the course out over a week or more. Rest assured you can follow whatever method works for your schedule. But give yourself plenty of time to pass the final exam prior to your court deadline!

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.

What software do I need to take the course?
You need a working web browser that is connected to the Internet to take a defensive driving course. We support Internet Explorer 4.0 and higher, Netscape Navigator 6.0, AOL 4.0 and higher and most other browsers. There is no software to download and nothing saved to your hard drive. Some courses use the Macromedia Flash plug-in. This product is free and can be downloaded and installed at registration.


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 used the lesson on driving in the fog the other day--thanks! Jana B, San Francisco, CA

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This was quick and easy! Why did I wait so long? Will C., Orlando, Florida

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

Driving safety is God's work. Thank you. -Deborah G from Irvine, California

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

My favorite thing was learning how to drive in bad weather. Thanks! Jen, O

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My teenager needed some extra instruction, which you gave him. -Stephanie K from Albany, Texas

I learned so much about safe driving! Lisa M from Beaumont, Texas

You saved my bacon with my auto insurance company! -Jen B from Beaumont, Texas

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Traffic School Tip for ,
Texas motorcycle safety tip: wear a helmet and other protective gear

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Before you drive unsupervised at night, you should have several months of daytime driving experience and extensive supervised practice driving at night.

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Despite significant gains since the enactment of Federal motor vehicle and highway safety legislation in the mid 1960's, the annual toll of traffic crashes remains tragically high. In 2001, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's (NHTSA's) Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS) and General Estimates System (GES) revealed that approximately 42,116 people were killed and another 3.03 million were injured on our Nation's roadways. Traffic crashes continue to account for 95 percent of all transportation fatalities and 99 percent of injuries, and represent the leading cause of death for individuals ages 4 through 33. The large number of crashes has placed a considerable burden on our Nation's health care system affecting the economy ' reaching $230.6 billion a year, or an average of $820 for every person living in the United States.

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

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Don't tailgate. Try to keep four seconds of following distance between your car and the vehicle in front of you.

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In fatal crashes, only one percent of belted occupants are ejected from their vehicle; 22 percent of unbelted occupants are ejected and 75 percent of them are killed.

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Texas driving tip: Watch for signs on Texas multi-lane highways that read Left Lane For Passing Only. These signs let you know that the left lane on a divided highway is not a fast lane; it is a passing lane.
 

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