4 Reasons to Choose Defensive Drivers Group for Online Traffic School in California

Are you licensed by the California Department of Motor Vehicles? Yes, we are licensed by the California DMV as an Internet Traffic Violator School, also known as an online traffic school. Our license number is E1868. You can search for “Defensive Drivers Group” on the California DMV Traffic Violator School list of Internet schools. How does your web traffic school work? Register for the course. Start by selecting the county and the court where you received your traffic violation. Start Lesson 1. At the end of each lesson there […]

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How to Check that the Santa Clara Traffic Court Has Closed Your Violation Case

<< Get $5 off by entering coupon code SANTACLARA at payment >> You can check your traffic school completion with the Santa Clara Superior Court Traffic Division by following these steps: Wait a week for the Santa Clara Superior Court to process your traffic school completion Note: You’ll need either your case number or your citation number Look your case up here at the Public Access Traffic Case Information Website. After the court processes your traffic school completion, you will see “Traffic School Complete” and “Case Closed.” If your case […]

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How to Check that the Solano Traffic Court Has Closed Your Case After Traffic School

You can check your traffic school completion with the Solano Superior Court by following these steps: Wait a week for the Solano Superior Court to process your traffic school completion Look your case up here After the court processes your traffic school completion, you will see “DMV UPDATE COMPLETE” If you don’t see your case, or it is not yet closed, please wait a bit longer or contact the Solano court traffic division directly

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How to Take Traffic School in the Santa Clara Superior Court

Follow these steps to take traffic school for the Santa Clara Superior Court: Wait for your courtesy notice. The Santa Clara Court website says that you will get a courtesy notice 45-60 days after you get your ticket. Confirm that you are eligible for traffic school. Your courtesy notice should tell you. (Any questions contact the court.) Pay your fine. Assuming you do not plan to contest the ticket, pay your fine before you sign up for traffic school. Also pay the court the “Amount Due for Traffic School” on your […]

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How Often Can You Take Traffic School in California

This is one of our most-asked traffic school questions in California. In general, drivers may attend a web traffic school in California once every 18 months. The time frame is measured from the date the driver received his or her first speeding ticket to the date he or she received the second speeding ticket in California. If you are unsure of your eligibility, your best bet it is to contact the California traffic court in the county where you received your traffic violation.

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How to Find Your California Traffic School Due Date

More and more California Superior Traffic Courts are moving to online systems to supply your traffic school due date. The traditional method was for the court to mail you your due date 2-3 weeks after you pay your traffic violation fine and state fee that lets you take traffic school. Many California Superior Courts continue to do that, and some do that only for those who pay their fines by check.  In contrast, if you pay online, then you will likely get an email giving you your due […]

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DMV Reminds Motorists of New 2019 Laws

Editor’s note: This press release can be found here. Sacramento – With the New Year just around the corner, the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) wants to inform the public about several new laws or changes to existing law that, unless otherwise noted, take effect January 1, 2019. Temporary License Plate Program (AB 516, Mullin): This law requires licensed California dealers, of new and used vehicles to attach temporary paper license plates on a vehicle at the point of sale if that vehicle does not display license plates previously […]

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