Lassen Traffic School
Traffic tickets always bring a frown, but the online traffic course at The Online Traffic School will definitely put a smile on your face. With our online traffic course, you can easily get traffic tickets masked and eliminate having to pay expensive traffic tickets along with an increase in car insurance premiums. The bottom line is that you’ll have more cash in your pocket, and the process is as easy as 1-2-3. With just three steps, you’ll be on your way to having a clean driving record. Simply sign up at our site, complete the online course and pass the final exam. Once you’ve passed the final exam, we will follow up and electronically transfer your certificate to the DMV within 72 hours. Taking our online traffic course is a smart decision and an absolute no-brainer.
The course is affordable, expedient and 100% licensed by the California DMV. The course is sequentially structured into five easy-to-follow chapters with a quiz at the end of each chapter. After the fifth chapter, there is an additional final exam. The five chapters prepare you to pass the final exam.
Users enjoy the flexibility and format of our online traffic course. You can opt to complete the course in one sitting or choose to separate the course over a period of days. With this flexibility, you can choose the most convenient times in your schedule to complete your study. Throughout the course, there are interactive videos and fun animation to keep your interest and to keep you on task. Before you know it, you’re finished.
We also provide full support for our clients. If you have any questions, glitches or concerns, our technical support teams and friendly reps are just a phone call away. You can reach our staff 24/7 at 877-972-4665.
Service Areas for Lassen Traffic School
More Information – Lassen Traffic Court
The Lassen County Traffic Division will dispatch a Courtesy Notice to the address that you listed at the time of the citation. This notice will contain all the information you need in order to handle the traffic infraction like the total amount you owe the county as bail, the due date of payment as well as whether or not you need to make a court appearance. If the courtesy notice does not reach you 5 days before the due date mentioned on the citation, you can call the traffic division at (530) 251-8205.
You can pay for the infraction by showing up in person at the Traffic Department that is located at the Hall of Justice. You can also make the payment via the phone by calling 1-800-272-9829. Another optional payment method is by the use of the online payments website if you prefer to use a credit card.
The Traffic Division will decide whether or not you are eligible for conviction masking through attendance of traffic schools in the County of Lassen. In order to know more about the eligibility criteria, you will have to contact the clerk’s office at the Court. Your courtesy notice will also mention whether or not you are eligible for traffic school.
If you are considered eligible, you can choose to attend any classroom course that will last anywhere between 6 to 8 hours. You can also choose to attend traffic school online. A list of the DMV accepted traffic schools can be found here.
From the date of payment of bail amount and the additional fee as prescribed by the Traffic Court, you will have 90 days to complete the course and deliver the course completion certificate to the Court.