El Dorado County Traffic School
Recognized by the California DMV and meeting the state’s mandated eight hour requirement, El Dorado traffic school is the perfect solution for dismissing traffic tickets. With our online traffic course, you can eliminate the traffic ticket cost along with avoiding an increase in car insurance premiums. Affordable, convenient and effective, taking the online traffic course is a no-brainer. Take advantage of modern technology and save your traffic ticket problems online.
Once you’ve registered on our site, you’ll be led to our online traffic course. The online traffic course is developed to appeal to all learning styles and is easy-to-follow. Organized into five chapters, there is a short quiz at the end of each chapter. In addition, there is a final exam which tests your learned knowledge of key points in the five chapters. In order to lessen the burden of reading lengthy text, much of the information is delivered through entertaining videos and engaging animation. The course is a pleasant learning experience equipped with all the details that you need to know.
The course is also completely flexible. From the convenience of your home, you can choose what times you want to log in and start or continue. This way, it’s easy to work it into your busy day at convenient times. Once you pass, you can print out a completion receipt for your records, and we will submit the certificate electronically to the DMV within 72 hours.
Help is always just a phone call away at The Online Traffic School. We are staffed with a 24/7 technical support team and friendly customer service reps who will be happy to assist you with any questions or concerns. Just call 877-972-4665, and they will be eager to help.
Service Areas for El Dorado Traffic School
El Dorado Hills
South Lake Tahoe
More Information – El Dorado Traffic School
The Traffic Division of El Dorado County Superior Court specifies all the criteria and requirements that you need to meet in order to pay for any traffic infraction and attend Traffic Violator Schools. The Courtesy Notice issued by the Traffic Division will, in most cases, give you all the information you need pertaining to your citation. This includes the date, place, and time of the scheduled court hearing, fines, bail charges, as well as vehicle code violations. If you don’t receive this information in the notice which was issued as a courtesy to you, you will have to appear at the appropriate court for the hearing. You can also choose to make the payment for your infraction via credit cards or electronic fund transfers.
For some vehicle violations, you have the option of attending Traffic School but you need to meet the El Dorado County Traffic School eligibility criteria which are:
- You have not attended traffic school in the past 18 months.
- You have a moving vehicle code violation which is not more than 25 mph over the designated speed limit.
- You have no commercial driver’s license.
- You have no outstanding Failures to Appear or Failures to Pay charges.
- Your traffic citation is in no way related to alcohol or drugs/is not a misdemeanor charge requiring compulsory appearance in court/is not for Vehicle Code Sections 22406.5 or 21655.5/does not count for more than 1 point (Vehicle code 12810) or more than 1.5 points (Vehicle code 12810 or .5(b)(2).
You can choose to attend traffic school via mail by sending a self-addressed letter as per the courtesy notice specifications with a check/money order for the fine/bail amount as well as a separate check covering the administrative fee of $69 (non-refundable) made payable to the “Superior Court”.
- Local Court Rules
- Filing Fees and Bail Schedule
- Local Forms
- Traffic Court Calendar – Department 8 and Department 12