While defensive driving class is available to most California drivers, there are a few restrictions. To be eligible for a driving improvement course, the driver cannot be a Commercial driver’s license (CDL) holder, and any traffic incident must not have occurred in a commercial vehicle. The driver requesting to attend traffic school must not have completed a traffic course in the past 18 months. If attending driving school for ticket masking, the traffic violation cannot be worth more than one point. To be eligible for defensive driving school, drivers must pay a deposit of fees for bail and do one of the following:
Taking this online traffic school will result in a confidential conviction in any California court. It shall not be disclosed to any person, except a court and shall be used only for statistical purposes by the department. We guarantee you DMV-licensed California traffic school, free completion reporting and an instant certificate. Here's how it works:
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U.S. BASED 24-HOUR TECH SUPPORT If you have a technical problem that is preventing you from completing your course, our technical support team is here to help. Our technical support team is local and available to assist you 24 hours a day. Some of these schools have extended technical support hours. A few may have 24 hour technical support. These schools do not provide extended technical support hours. Even during regular business hours it is difficult to speak to a live representative.
For the best information on DMV traffic school eligibility and approval, call I Drive Safely or just contact your local court. Your eligibility requirements are different in each state, especially in places like California, Florida, Texas, Kentucky, New York, and Virginia. However, just keep the following in mind when you're seeking out your eligibility info:
Our online 4-hour BDI course is broken up into 7 easy modules. Each module has a required minimum time which allows you to take as much time as you need for each section beyond the minimum time requirement. Once you finish the modules, you can take the final exam up to 3 times until you pass with a grade of 80% or higher. Once you pass your final exam, we will begin processing your certificate of completion. Streaming and DVD courses both have 7 modules with end of module quizzes. Students need an 80% to pass each quiz and have 3 attempts to pass. If you fail 4 times you will have to re-register, but at no additional charge. Also, unlike the regular online course, streaming has no final exam.