San Bernardino County Traffic School
Whether you’re seeking to reduce auto insurance premiums or traffic tickets, The On-Line Traffic School, Inc. course is the ideal way to accomplish your mission. Our San Bernardino County traffic school course meets the eight hour requirement for the State of California and is authorized by the California DMV. In addition, it is completely stress-free and can be completed at any time.
Taking the course is as easy as 1-2-3. Register, pass the tests, and we will process your certificate within 72 hours. Submission is secure, and all of your private information is kept confidential. Quite frankly, taking the traffic school course is as easy as pie.
The San Bernardino traffic school course is organized into 11 modules with a quiz at the end of each. You’ll be engaged with the animation that presents the information in an easy-to-learn fashion. The course is designed to suit any learning style and culminates with a final examination at the very end. Users can easily log in and log out at convenient times throughout the day. Many people finish the course within eight short hours. Even though the course can be taken over a period of several days, we always caution users to complete the course by their traffic court due date.
Once you’re registered, our technical support team and customer service staff are available 24/7 should you have any concerns or questions.
Service Areas for San Bernardino County Traffic School
Big Bear Lake
More Information – San Bernardino Traffic School
The San Bernardino traffic court website offers easy to use online services, regarding your traffic violation, for your convenience. You can access your court case information, pay your traffic ticket, and even review your red light citation video. You may attend traffic school if you have an eligible violation with the San Bernardino traffic court. For eligibility information, you can visit the San Bernardino county traffic court website. All court fees should be paid prior to signing up for traffic school.
You can find information on how to handle your ticket on the back of your citation. You may also receive a courtesy notice in the mail at the address listed on your violation. Failure to receive a notice from the court does not excuse you from taking care of your case.
- Online access to your ticket information
- San Bernardino Traffic School Information
- Driver Handbook for San Bernardino County
- Reported drunk drivers
- Reported accidents