Shasta County Traffic School
For drivers in Shasta, The Online Traffic School offers a cost-effective solution for the dismissal of traffic tickets. Our online traffic school course is affordable and will eliminate the cost of traffic tickets for one-point violations along with avoiding an increase in car insurance premiums. It’s a guaranteed way to keep your driving record spotless. The Online Traffic School offers a traffic course that is approved by the California DMV and meets the mandated eight hour requirement. From beginning to end, we’ve got all the bases covered.
Simply register online and begin the course from the comfort of your home computer. The online traffic course is formatted with five easy-to-follow chapters. At the end of each chapter, there is a quiz to test your acquired knowledge. In addition, there is a final examination that covers major points in the five chapters. Engaging videos and interactive animation streamline the learning process in each chapter. Typically, the course takes eight hours to complete. Most of our users divide the time up over a period of several days. The course is flexible, and you can adjust it to fit into your busy schedule at convenient times. Just keep in mind that the course needs to be finished by your designated traffic court date.
At the Online Traffic School, we’re within a close reach at any time. Our 24/7 technical support team and affable service reps are happy to assist you at any time and on any day. Just call 877-972-4665, and our staff will warmly greet you.
Service Areas for Shasta County Traffic School
Shasta Lake City
More Information – Shasta Traffic School
The Courtesy Notice issued by the Traffic Division of Shasta County contains details of your traffic infractions, which can either be resolved online, through the mail, or by visiting the Court location in person. Though you can make payments for traffic infractions online, you cannot pay traffic school fees and its administrative charges online.
If you wish to attend traffic school to resolve your traffic citation, the following conditions have to be met:
- You need to have a valid driver’s license
- The citation is for a traffic infraction and is reportable to the DMV
- You have not attended any traffic school program during the last 18-months
- There is not any failure on your behalf to appear in Court under the Vehicle Code section 40508(a) and Penal Code section 1214.1
- The citation does not require a mandatory court appearance
- The citation was not for speeding in excess of 25 miles per hour above the posted or legal speed limit
- Your DMV record does not show more than one point under the Vehicle Code section 12810 and one-and-half points under the Vehicle Code section 12810.5(b)(2)
You can request and pay the necessary payments for traffic school only through the mail or by appearing in person at the Court. A Court Clerk or a Judicial Officer will examine your eligibility to attend traffic school and may grant your request. After the necessary permissions are granted, you have to pay the $70 in administrative fees, any bail, and/or fine charges, and the traffic school fees to the Court Clerk. The official then will provide you with a list of DMV approved traffic school programs that you can attend. You can choose classroom, home based, or an online traffic school program from the approved list of traffic schools.
No extension of the due date is granted by the Shasta County Traffic Division for completing traffic school. The completion certificate must be submitted to the DMV by your assigned due date.