Mariposa Traffic School
With the Online Traffic School in Mariposa, dismissing one-point violations has never been simpler. Just sign up on our website, complete the traffic course and pass the final exam. Once you’ve passed the final exam, your certificate is automatically electronically delivered to the DMV within 72 hours. You can feel confident that our online traffic course is 100 percent approved by the California DMV and complies with the state’s mandated eight hour requirement. The whole process is affordable, expedient and can be conveniently accomplished from the comfort of your home computer.
Our users love the format of the online traffic course. It is structured into five easy-to-follow chapters with a quiz at the end of each chapter. The course culminates with a final exam that tests your knowledge of the key factors in the five chapters.
The online traffic course is enhanced with fun videos and interactive animation to make the learning process engaging and fun. Before you know it, you’re finished with one chapter and on the next. Designed for flexibility and convenience, you can elect to complete the course in one day or over the span of several days. Log in and out when it’s convenient for you; just make sure to finish before your traffic due date.
At the Online Traffic School, we offer our clients A+ customer service. Our technical support teams and congenial customer reps are available 24/7 and just a phone call away. Just call at 877-972-4665, and our reps will be happy to assist you.
Service Areas for Mariposa Traffic School
Lake Don Pedro
More Information – Mariposa County Traffic Schools
A Courtesy Notice will be issued to you on the address mentioned in the citation about 10 days after the citation was issued. The back of the courtesy notice will help you understand the options you can choose from in order to resolve the traffic infraction ticket. Clearing the citation is your responsibility even if you do not receive the courtesy notice before the due date.
The Mariposa Traffic Division offers a variety of methods by which you can make the bail payment. You can make the payment in person or through the mail in the form of a check, money order, or cashier’s check. Cash payments are only accepted in person. As of right now, the court does not accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover card, or debit card payments for traffic fines and fees but this is slated to change soon.
Traffic schools are an option offered to those who qualify for it. The courtesy notice will mention if you qualify. These are the eligibility criteria that need to be met in order to qualify:
- You have not attended traffic school in the past 18 months, counted from violation date to violation date.
- The infraction violation that you were cited with should have at least 1 point count as per the DMV.
- Any proof of correction will need to be submitted before you request traffic school.
If you are eligible and wish to apply, you will have to pay the bail amount in full before the due date. In addition, you will be required to pay an additional $74 as an administrative fee. You can make these payments in person or via mail. The traffic school you choose from the DMV approved list will charge you an additional attendance fee. You will have 60 days to complete the course and submit the course completion certificate to the DMV.