You Elect Traffic School when you pay your fine to the clerk of court (in the county where you received the ticket). At the time you pay your fine you fill out a traffic school election form called an affidavit. Then your case remains open until you submit your certificate indicating you completed your course. Then your case is closed and receive no points on your drivers license.
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.
INSTANT CERTIFICATE E-FILING WITH DMV AND COURT All completion certificates must be e-filed with the DMV and court. We've created a proprietary system that submits them instantly. We use our proprietary system to submit your completion certificate instantly with the DMV and court. This is especially helpful when you are near your due date. These schools generally take 1 - 3 days to submit your certificate electronically to the DMV and court. They will likely charge you a "Rush" fee to submit your certificate instantly. These schools generally take 1 - 3 days to submit your certificate electronically to the DMV and court. They will likely charge you a "Rush" fee to submit your certificate instantly.
Traffic school can be a huge help to many drivers – taking a state-approved traffic school course can allow you to dismiss a ticket, fulfill a court order, reduce points from your driving record, and even lower your insurance rates. But even going to the best traffic school can be a hassle. You have to make room in your busy schedule, and can end up spending hours in a classroom – time that you’ll never get back.