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State Approved DMV Defensive Driving Traffic School


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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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Defensive Drirving Course FAQs
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Traffic School Testimonials
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Traffic School Tips
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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.

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 is the testing and grading policy?
Our course provider says, Each chapter contains a quiz or quizzes that review important content from that chapter. The number of quizzes and quiz questions varies depending on your course. The quizzes do not affect your final exam score but will provide you with an excellent opportunity to master the course material. You also must take and pass a final exam upon completion of the course.

When registering, do I select my home county?
Select the county in which you received your ticket.

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.

How long does it take for my certificate to be delivered?
Our course provider says that it processes certificates Monday-Friday at 3 PM Pacific Time (5 PM Central Time for Texas users). Users completing after 3 PM will be processed the following business day. We ask you to allow 3-5 business days for delivery. Premium delivery services are available for an additional fee.

Why should I take a defensive driving course in Texas? Will it remove my speeding ticket?
The answer to the first question is: (1) it may keep your auto insurance rates from rising (if you qualify) and (2) you have the opportunity to learn about safe driving.

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.


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.


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

Easy, honest, fast--this course is excellent and I leanred a lot. - Jana W, Fort Hancock, TX

Your traffic school was really easy to use! Pete F, Sarasota, Florida

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

Defensive Driving Courses? This one is pretty good. Emily, G, Hudson TX

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

With all the crazy drivers out there, it's nice to know someone is helping. -Ashley D from Abbot, Texas

My insurance rates stayed low, thanks to you! -Mark H from Provo, Utah

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

When I hydroplaned last week I knew just what to do. Thanks! -Carolyn W from Tempe, Arizona

The rule about scanning ahead of traffic really taught me something. - Mike N, Houston, Texas

You processed my certificate so fast! -Reggie B from Riverside, California

Traffic School Tip for ,
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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Fatalities in traffic crashes in rural areas of the state accounted for 54.1% of the state?s traffic fatalities. There were 1,877 deaths in rural traffic crashes.

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While installing and using child safety seats may appear to be easy enough, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has estimated that close to 3 out of 4 parents do not properly use child restraints ... and if you are one of them, that child safety seat may not protect your child the way it should.

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If you are a teen with a motorcycle, make sure you take motorcycle safety training and always wear your safety gear. Motorcycle helmets are required on Virginia roadways and are necessary to protect your head.

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Texas motorcycle safety tip: If you're passing a motorcyclist, treat them the same as a car or truck. Move over completely and allow the motorcyclist a full lane.

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More than 100,000 motorcyclists have died in traffic crashes since the enactment of the Highway Safety Act and the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 1966.

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Head on collisions are among the most dangerous. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that, in 2006, 53 percent of passenger vehicle occupant fatalities occurred in vehicles that sustained frontal damage. (Traffic Safety Facts 2006 Data, NHTSA)
 

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