Generally, you can go to traffic school if: you have a valid driver’s license and.
your ticket is for an infraction that is a moving violation and.
you have not attended traffic school for an eligible violation that occurred within the last 18 months.
Do you still pay ticket if you go to traffic school?
Attending traffic school does not do away with the fine or fees; it is a separate issue related only to eliminating the point from your DMV record. If you decide to go to traffic school without going to court, you have to request permission from the court by the due date on your traffic ticket.
How much is traffic school for a speeding ticket in California?
For example, California traffic tickets issued to Cali drivers for speeding at 15 MPH over the posted speed limit have soared to $360, but the base fine for this type of citation is a mere $35.
How much does traffic school cost in California?
To register for traffic school, you must pay: The bail (fine); and. A state-mandated, non-refundable administrative fee of $52. A traffic school fee ranging from $20 – $45.
Can I do online traffic school in California?
Take our DMV-licensed course to mask a violation and avoid getting points on your driving record. Court-approved California online traffic school is the hassle-free solution for your traffic ticket! Access to the California online traffic school course is available 24/7 so you can go at your own pace.
Can I take traffic school online?
If you were issued a traffic ticket for a moving violation, chances are you’re eligible to take the online traffic school California. Traffic school can be taken once every 18 months. Your traffic citation must be a moving violation.
How long is traffic school in California?
In California, traffic school is 8 hours. However, if you take it online there are no timers, so actual course time will depend on the individual. It could take one to two hours or the entire eight. There is a mandatory 25 question multiple choice quiz at the end in which you need to get 70% correct to pass.
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