If you have received a traffic ticket for a moving violation, you are most likely eligible to take our Florida driver improvement course. You may not be eligible if you have already attended a Florida traffic school course to dismiss another traffic citation within the last 12 months of your current traffic citation (unless ordered or allowed to do so by the Court or State). You are required to make arrangements with the court before you begin the traffic school Florida course. The rest is easy. You may take our Florida traffic school course to avoid points on a ticket up to five (5) times in your lifetime (this restriction applies for ticket dismissal only). Get started now by Clicking Here.
We have been in the online traffic school business since 1996, helping drivers clear their driving records and keep their auto insurance rates low. Our defensive driving course is approved by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV). We are the experts at creating fun, fast, easy courses. The graphics and videos keep you engaged and you can complete the entire course in just about four hours. You will breeze through the course, open-book quizzes, and multiple-choice final exam completely online and at your own pace. Your completion certificate will be accepted by the court and will clear points from your driving record. Register Here and start the course now!
At LowestPriceTrafficSchool.com, we provide Florida's leading 100% online traffic school. Our driving school is approved in all 67 Florida counties by the Florida Department of Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles (DHSMV, also know as the DMV). Below you will find an easy-to-use Florida Traffic School Directory. Just click the links and you will find helpful information about the different Florida traffic school courses and how to deal with traffic tickets in your specific city.
The California Vehicle Code (see section VC42005 on this state code page ) states that drivers with a commercial driver's license can only attend traffic school if they were not driving a commercial vehicle. Upon completion, the record of conviction will not be held confidential, but the conviction will not add a point count to the DMV record. Drivers with a commercial driver's license are responsible for contacting the DMV Driver Safety Unit at (916) 657-6452  after completion of traffic school, to insure that the DMV does not assess the point against their record.
Course Timers Are No Longer Required – Some outdated online traffic schools will have a course timer throughout the course. What does this mean? Basically, you’ll have to stay on each page of the course for a pre-determined amount of time before you can progress forward. This was a state requirement a few years ago but has since been removed. All the state cares about now is that you pass the course and complete all tests and quizzes in a timely manner, so make sure your course does not have these annoying timers.
Our courses will prepare you to get behind the wheel with confidence, help you become a safer driver, avoid points or complete your requirements to get back on the road after a DUI arrest. If you received a traffic ticket for speeding or any other moving violation and you complete our 4 hour Florida Online Traffic School course you will save money on your insurance (Florida Statute 626.9541), keep points off your driving record, and maintain your safe driver status.
There’s a better way to do traffic school – online. At I Drive Safely, our online traffic school makes learning the required materials easy, and even fun! Our courses are put together by experienced driving instructors, and conform to the individual requirements set by your state. You’ll learn all of the required traffic laws and regulations, along with essential defensive driving techniques designed to help you avoid hazards before they even occur. And best of all, you can take our online traffic school course wherever there’s an Internet connection, whenever you want. We're proud to offer the most approved courses of any other online provider, including courses for California, Florida, and Kentucky.
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