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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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Are teens at greater risk of death in an alcohol-related crash?
Teens are at far greater risk of death in an alcohol-related crash than the overall population, despite the fact they cannot legally purchase or publicly possess alcohol in any State.

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.

I am a new driver. Do you offer first-time driver or teen driver education?
Yes! In many states there is a teen/first-tie driver training course available. Check our site to see.

How do airbags work?
Airbags work by preventing your upper body from striking the steering wheel, dashboard and windshield in a head-on collision. Airbags will NOT deploy in most side-collisions, but side airbags are not as common as front airbags. A sensor is activated when the car strikes a solid object. This sensor sends an electric current, initiating a chemical release of non-toxic nitrogen gas that causes the airbag to inflate. The deployment is instantaneous and the airbag will deflate immediately, preventing the risk of suffocation.

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.

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.

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.

How many chances do I get to pass the final?
You may attempt to pass the quizzes and final exam as many times as you wish. But keep an eye on the court?s deadline.


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.


Driving in the fog is so dangerous. Now I know what to do. Lizzie D, Latexo, Texas

I knew I had to take a Texas Defensive Driving Online course before I got another speeding ticket. Reid P, Addison, Texas

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

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

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

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

Wow! This defensive driving course really covers all the bases for safer driving. Sean M, Baylor, Texas

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

I am on a fixed budget so your low rates are much appreciated. -Lexi Z from Adkins, Texas

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

Speeding tickets are the worste, but this course is the best. Cammi G, Amerilo, TX

The police gave me a speeding ticket in Dallas, I live in Huston. So the online aspect of this defensive driving course really helped me. Bill W, Huston, TX

Traffic School Tip for ,
Texas driving tip: Be aware of a truck's blind spots: up to 20 feet in front of the tractor, anywhere along the sides of the trailer and up to 200 feet behind the trailer.

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Buckle up! Make sure you always wear your seat belt and that everyone else in the vehicle is buckled up. This is your best defense against anything that might happen on the road.

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

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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 2006 12,694 pedestrians were injured and 733 were killed by collisions with vehicles in California, according to the CHP. Also during 2006, bicyclists suffered 10,283 injuries and 155 deaths from collisions in California. (2006 Annual Report of Fatal and Injury Motor Vehicle Traffic Collisions, CHP)

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The Motorcycle Industry Council (MIC) expects motorcycle sales to continue to increase over the next 5 to 7 years ' meaning more motorcycles on our Nation's roadways. MIC estimates that 471,000 new on-highway motorcycles were sold in the United States in 2000 alone compared to 379,000 in 1999.

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Exposure, measured in terms of vehicle miles of travel (VMT) in 2001, shows that motorcyclists were about 26 times as likely to die in a crash than someone riding in a passenger car, and are 5 times as likely to be injured.
 

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