Alpine Online Traffic School
Our Alpine County Traffic School is the ideal way to mask your moving violation in Alpine County as well as keep your insurance premium low. Our course is done entirely from your own home or anywhere you have Internet access to make this process as simple as possible. You are able to log off and on our Alpine Online Traffic School course at any time of day or night 24/7, so you can complete the course at your own leisure. Just make sure that you finish the Alpine County traffic school by your court assigned completion date or the court may not accept all your hard work and dedication to the program!
Alpine Online Traffic School is separated into five (5) simple to read chapters. Each chapter consists of engaging graphics, animations, interactive videos and a short, multiple-choice quiz at the end. Once you completed all five (5) chapters of our Alpine County traffic school program, there will be a final examination for you to take. Each of our quizzes and our final exam are open book to make this program as simple as can be for you.
Alpine Online Traffic School is finished in three (3) easy steps. All you need to do is simply register, complete and pass the program, and then we will send your completion directly to the California State DMV for you! Your completion will be electronically submitted. This way, there is not a long wait time when it comes to something as important as your driver’s record.
If you have any questions while you are taking our Alpine County Traffic School or if you would like to be registered for our program over the phone, you can do so 24/7 at (877)972-4665. One of our friendly and helpful staff members will assist you with any question or issue you might have.
Service Areas for Alpine Online Traffic School
Shay Creek Summer Home Area
More Information – Alpine Online Traffic School
The Alpine County Traffic Court allows a person to participate in an Alpine County Traffic School as long as he or she received a moving traffic violation. Moving traffic violations include, but are not limited to: speeding, failing to stop at a stop sign, and running a red light. If you would like an entire list of one-point violations in the State of California, please click here.
If you would like to visit the Alpine County Court Home Page to find out information regarding this specific court, you can do so here or for general information regarding California Superior Courts and moving violations, you can click here.
Alpine County Resources
Millions of traffic citations are given out in the State of California each year. Our Alpine online traffic school program is dedicated to keeping drivers safe and providing as much knowledge as possible. Here, we have put together a list that will be helpful information for you regarding your Alpine County traffic citation and the rules and regulations in the State of California.