Glenn Traffic School
Are you facing the hefty price of a traffic ticket along with a hike in your car insurance rates? If so, The Online Traffic School in Glenn offers you a convenient and affordable way to mask one-point violations. Taking the online traffic course at the Online Traffic School is a surefire way to rid yourself of some financial headaches. The online traffic course is licensed by the California DMV and meets the state’s requirement of eight hours. Following just three simple steps will put you on the road to having a clean driver’s record and save you some cash.
All you need to do is register at our website, complete the course and pass the final exam. It doesn’t get any easier than that. Once you’ve passed the final exam, your certificate is electronically submitted to the DMV within a quick 72 hours. The whole process is efficient, effective and can be completed right from the comfort of your home computer.
The course is structured with five sequential chapters with a quiz at the end of each chapter. To test all of your acquired knowledge, there is a final exam at the very end. If for any reason you don’t pass the final exam the first time, you are given a second attompt with no added fees. You’ll be pleasantly surprised with how engaging our online traffic course is. Instead of having to read lengthy text, much of the information is delivered through fun videos and interactive animation. The course is also flexible, and you can choose convenient times throughout the day to study. You can opt to complete the course in one sitting or choose to spread it out over a period of several days. Just keep in mind that you need to complete the course before your traffic due date.
If you have any questions or concerns throughout the course, we are available 24/7. Just call 877-972-4665, and our friendly staff will be happy to assist you.
Service Areas for Glenn Traffic School
More Information – Glenn Traffic Court
Glenn County Traffic Division will send you a Courtesy Notice at the address listed in the citation. Whether you receive it or not, you are responsible for making the payment toward the traffic infraction. The Traffic Division is available to answer all of your questions pertaining to the citation. Contact the clerk’s office at (530) 934-6446.
There are many ways to pay for your traffic ticket and you can choose the one that is most convenient for you. These options include sending payments via mail, paying in person at the Court, through the automated phone system by calling 1-800-533-0583 and by using your credit card to make the payment online. Please note that you will be charged a convenience fee if you choose the online credit card payment option.
The courtesy notice that the Court sends out to you will tell you whether or not you are eligible for attending traffic school in the county. The eligibility to attend is decided based on a number of criteria that need to be met. This includes:
- You have not attended traffic school in the past 18 month period. This is calculated from violation date to violation date.
- You have no correctable violations on your citation. If you do, they have to be corrected and the requisite fee amount needs to be paid before you apply for traffic school.
- The citation is for less than two moving violations which do not require mandatory court appearance. The citation is not for more than two moving violations and a seat belt violation.
If you are eligible for requesting traffic school, you are responsible for paying the complete bail amount, administrative and traffic school attendance fee. You can choose to attend a DMV licensed online traffic school.