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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 Tips
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Did you know?
If you close your eyes for just one second at 60 mph, you will travel 88 feet.

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.

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.

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.

I've heard that some airbags smoke when they inflate. Is this a fire hazard?
Cornstarch or powder is packed inside the airbags to lubricate them and ensure proper inflation. The smoke is actually the cornstarch or powder and poses no fire hazard.

If I fail, what happens?
In most locations you can retake the final exam if you fail. The specifics depend upon your state's regulator agency.

Did you know?
Eight young people die every day in the U.S. in alcohol-related crashes.


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.


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I never knew how to drive in the snow, we don't see much here in Texas. Roland T, Friendswood, Texas

Traffic School Tip for ,
Driving in hazardous conditions such as fog, rain, or snow can be very dangerous. In fact, the CHP reports that in 2007 106 people were killed in collisions in which snow, rain, or fog was a factor. And more than 7,696 people were injured. (CHP Offers Wet and Winter Driving Safety Tips, CHP News)

Traffic School Tip for ,
The Office goes on to say that the usage rate in California in 2007 was up 1.2 percent from the rate in 2006. That's an increase of 365,750 more people buckling up. (California's Traffic Safety Program Summary-2007, California Office of Traffic Safety)

Traffic School Tip for ,
Do not tailgate.

Traffic School Tip for ,
Sometimes large vehicles must swing wide to turn safely. They'll swing right for a left turn and left for a right turn. Watch their turn signals and give them room to maneuver. Never drive between a turning truck or bus and the side of the road--your car could get stuck between the large vehicle and the curb.

Traffic School Tip for ,
Texas motorcycle safety tip: If you get cited for not wearing a helmet, you can be fined and incur court costs.

Traffic School Tip for ,
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)

Traffic School Tip for ,
For the best possible protection keep infants in the back seat, in rear-facing child safety seats, as long as possible up to the height or weight limit of the particular seat. At a minimum, keep infants rear-facing until a minimum of age 1 and at least 20 pounds.
 

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