San Mateo Traffic School
Getting traffic tickets masked in San Mateo has never been easier. At The Online Traffic School, we've streamlined the process into three simple steps. Simply register online, pass the test, and we will electronically transfer your certificate to the DMV within 72 hours. There's no need to leave your home, and everything can be accomplished from the convenience of your home computer.
Once you've registered, you'll be led to our engaging course with fun videos and interactive animation. Step by step, you'll be led through each of the 11 modules. Each module is comprised of a quiz, and there is a culmination exam at the very end of the course. Most users complete the test within eight hours. You can decide when to log in and when to log off. This way, you can divide the course into time slots that work well with your busy schedule. Taking The Online Traffic School course is the smart and affordable way to have one-point violations masked, keep cash in your pocket and avoid increases in auto insurance premiums.
Our online traffic school course is certified, approved by the California DMV and meets the state's requirements of eight hours. In addition to taking the course to mask traffic tickets, many people take our course to qualify for a discount with their insurance company. All in all, our online traffic school course is designed to save you money.
Service Areas for San Mateo County Traffic School
East Palo Alto
South San Francisco
More Information - San Mateo Traffic School
San Mateo County's website provides a wide array of online options to manage your traffic violations. If you have made any traffic violation, wait for the Court to mail Courtesy Notice. Your court appearance date is mentioned at the bottom of the traffic ticket. If the Courtesy Notice is not delivered a week before the court date, call Traffic Division to check the status of the same.
You will have to appear for the court hearing if it is mandatory; or else you can simply pay the required fines online, by mail, or in person. In case you are planning to plead guilty without providing any explanation, use the link to initiate the process. If you are not guilty and plan to contest the charge or if you want to contest the charge anyway, the procedure is explained on this page. Photo enforced red light violations can also be obtained online. Ticket disputes and infraction violations can be managed online as well.
If qualified, you have an option of attending traffic school. You, however, need to pay the bail amount mentioned on the traffic ticket and an additional $57 in administrative charges. Traffic school fees are additional and must be paid by you. The required forms can be downloaded, filled out, and submitted online along with fine and fees. All MasterCard and Visa cards are accepted as well other major credit cards. You can locate an approved traffic school near you by clicking here.
It is highly recommended that you attend traffic school programs if you qualify for them. Not doing so will increase your auto insurance premium considerably.
- Obtaining proof of correction
- Submitting certificate of traffic school completion
- Traffic School completion extension
- Parking Tickets
- Driving Under Influence (DUI)
Other Government Resources
The San Mateo County Superior Court Branches
After you graduate the program, San Mateo County Online will send the completion certificate directly to DMV within 72 hours. You may, however, print out a completion receipt showing that you passed the course from your computer. To our knowledge, the Central Branch Court may grant traffic school due date extensions on occasion. These requests normally must be made in person. If you need rush service for delivery of your certificate, call our offices at 877-972-4665 for arrangements. There are also printed versions of the course available upon request.
- Central BranchLocated at: 800 North Humboldt Street, San Mateo, CA. 94401Phone number is: 650-363-4300
- Northern BranchLocated at: 1050 Mission Road, South San Francisco, CA. 94080Phone number is: 650-877-5448
- Southern BranchLocated at: 500 County Center, Redwood City, CA. 94063Phone number is: 650-599-1632
- Main Southern Branch - Hall of Justice and RecordsLocated at: 400 County Center, Redwood City, CA. 94063Phone number is: 650-363-4711