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

What credit cards do you accept? Can I use my debit card?
Our course providers says, You may submit payment using a credit card, bank debit card with a Visa or MasterCard logo, or a personal check through our secure server. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover.

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

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.

When do children outgrow their booster seats?
Children usually outgrow their booster seats at age 8 or when they are 4?9? tall

My due date is approaching fast. How far ahead do I need to complete the course?
We recommend you complete our course at least 10 business days prior to your due date. That will give you enough to mail your completed certificate to your court. When you receive your certificate from us, you are responsible for mailing it to your court on time.

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.

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


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

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

My mind often wanders while driving, but I now know how dangerous that can be. Thanks! Amy G, South Bend, Texas

My court due date was approaching fast and I was in a panic. USTS Online helped me get my certificate delivered on time. -Lisa S from San Diego, California

My car got into an accident for the last time. Zorina M, Seagoville, Texas

I never knew how long it took to stop on wet pavement. Now I am much more cautious. -Cara P from San Francisco, California

A good solid TEA defensive driving course. - Rick, M, Dallas, Texas

I was pleasantly surprised at how little it cost. -Frank Choi from Dallas, Texas

Traffic School Tip for ,
Plan trips during low traffic times.

Traffic School Tip for ,
An intersection is a planned point of conflict in the roadway system. With different crossing and entering movements by both drivers and pedestrians, an intersection is one of the most complex traffic situations that motorists encounter. Add the element of speeding motorists who disregard traffic controls, and the dangers are compounded.

Traffic School Tip for ,
On many highways with three or more lanes, large vehicles are not allowed to use the far left lane, even for passing slower vehicles. When a large vehicle is following you in a center lane, give it the opportunity to pass by moving to the right lane.

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Winter driving tip from Caltrans: Slow down. A highway speed of 65 miles per hour may be safe in dry weather, but an invitation for trouble on snow and ice.

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Most new cars have air bags for front-seat passengers. When used with lap/shoulder belts, air bags work very well to protect older children and adults. Air bags do not work with rear-facing child seats (those used with infants). Airbags could seriously injure or even kill an unbuckled child or adult who is sitting too close to the air bag or who is thrown toward the dash during emergency braking. In a crash, the air bag inflates very quickly. It could hit anything close to the dashboard with enough force to cause severe injuries or even death. Because the back of a rear-facing child seat sits very close to the dashboard, the seat could be struck with enough force to cause serious, or even fatal injuries to a baby. Even older children (who have outgrown child seats) are at risk from a deploying air bag, if they are not properly restrained.

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If your vehicle begins to skid, remove your foot from the accelerator or brake and steer in the direction of the skid.

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Experience and knowledge are the keys to safe motorcycle travel. Rider behavior contributed to 80 percent of the 79 motorcycle deaths on Virginia's roads in 2008. The top three reasons were failure to maintain control, following too closely and exceeding the speed limit.
 

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