Lake Traffic School
Traffic tickets always come with a high price tag. In addition to paying the upfront cost of the ticket, increased car insurance premiums are likely to follow. Some insurers may even cancel your auto policy. The Online Traffic School in Lake offers a foolproof and affordable way to keep your driving record clean and save cash. By completing our traffic course, you can have one-point violations masked and breathe a sigh of relief.
Just register online at our website, complete the course, pass the final exam, and we will take care of all the rest. Once you've passed the final exam, your certificate will be electronically transferred to the DMV within 72 hours. The process is streamlined, efficient and stress-free. You can also feel assured that our online traffic course is licensed by the California DMV and meets the state's eight hour requirement. At The Online Traffic School, we've got all the bases covered.
Our online traffic course is engaging, flexible and user-friendly. Throughout the course, fun animation and colorful videos present the information in an enjoyable manner. The course is suitable for all learning styles, and the format is easy-to-follow. Structured with 11 modules with a quiz at the end of each, transitioning from one module to the next is a breeze with a simple click. There is also a final exam at the very end which will test your acquired knowledge. Keeping the course completely stress-free, you are given two attempts to pass the final exam.
Before, during and after the course, our reps are available 24/7 if you have any questions or concerns. We have both technical support teams and friendly customer service reps that will be happy to help.
Service Areas for Lake Traffic School
Hidden Valley Lake
More Information - Lake Traffic Court
The Lake County Superior Court's Traffic Division is your one stop shop when you need to resolve traffic infractions and citations. In most cases, you will receive a Courtesy Notice issued by this division after receiving a ticket or traffic citation. The courtesy notice will contain all the information you need to know in order to resolve the traffic ticket.
In order to pay for your traffic violation, you can simply visit the clerk's office in person, on the phone or by mailing a check/money order at the address mentioned in your courtesy notice. No cash payments are accepted via mail. Another option you have is to pay online using the online automated payment systems through a credit card.
You may be eligible to attend traffic school if you meet these criteria:
- You have not attended traffic school in the last 18 months.
- You do not possess a commercial driver's license.
- You are not being charged with a drug or alcohol related offense.
- You are not being charged with a 2 point violation as per the DMV count.
If you meet these requirements, you can request traffic school after paying the bail amount as well as an administrative fee of $49. These payments can be made via mail, using the online system, as well as in person. For more information regarding your citation and eligibility for traffic school, you may call the clerk's office in the Lakeport Traffic Division at (707) 263-2374 and the Clearlake Traffic Division at (707) 994-6598.
An additional attendance fee will be charged by the traffic school you choose. For a list of DMV recognized and licensed Internet, home study, and classroom based traffic schools, check here.