At the end of the course, you will take an online multiple-choice final exam. The California Department of Motor Vehicles allows students two attempts to pass the final exam. Most students pass the exam on their first attempt. The final exam is “open book,” allowing you to review material in the course before answering a question. Safe2Drive does not charge any additional fees to take the final exam a second time. If you happen to fail the final exam twice, the California DMV requires you to register and take this course again. Safe2Drive will not issue refunds for students who fail the final exam twice.
You may choose to attend Traffic Violator School for a vehicle code violation that is assigned one point only. Violations committed by a pedestrian or a bicyclist are not assigned point counts. To verify whether a violation is assigned a point count, review the Traffic Bail Schedule to be sure you need to attend traffic school. Look up your violation(s) and check the far right column to see if there is a DMV point attached to the violation(s). If you pay the $52 administrative Traffic School fee for committing a violation that is not eligible for Traffic School, the fee will not be refunded.
The primary purpose of State Traffic School is to promote safe and responsible driving. The goal of State Traffic School is to provide an educational program which renews a driver’s outlook regarding traffic safety and to instill a positive attitude toward highway and traffic safety by encouraging an understanding and recognition of personal driving behaviors which will result in a reduced number of deaths and injuries related to vehicular crashes and moving hazardous violations.
When you finish your online California traffic school course, we process your information that very same day and report your completion information directly to the DMV – at no cost to you. You don’t have to deal with any hassle or paperwork. Plus, we offer you the opportunity to get proof of completion for your own records, quickly and easily right from your computer.
Once the student completes the course, they are required to take a 25 question, multiple-choice quiz. They must get 18 out of 25 correct to pass the course and have their completion reported to the CA DMV. As long as the student provides the correct citation number, traffic court information and driver license; the student’s traffic court will apply the DMV report to their case, mask the ticket, and the point(s) will not go onto the student/driver's record.
This 8-hour judge-ordered Intermediate Driver Improvement course is 100% online and includes 15 modules with a short quiz at the end of each module that covers the material you just read. Each module has a required minimum amount of time. At the end of the 15 modules you have to pass a final exam. Once you've passed your final exam, your certificate of completion will automatically be processed. Rush certificate options will be available at the end of the course.