Tulare Traffic School
Traffic tickets are always unexpected surprises that are never welcome. Immediately, one can hear the cha-ching of the cash register. There are expensive upfront costs and long-term costs with an increase in car insurance premiums. At The Online Traffic School in Tulare, we have an affordable and convenient way to make that cash register add up to zero. Our online traffic course is approved by the California DMV and meets the state’s requirement of eight hours. In just three easy steps, you can have one-point violations masked and keep your driver’s record clean. Just register online on our site, pass the course, and we will electronically transfer your certificate to the DMV within 72 hours.
Without ever having to leave your home, you can complete our online traffic course is just eight quick hours. Simply log in at your convenience and log off at your convenience. You can easily adjust the course into sizeable chunks that fit in with your busy schedule. The course is formatted into 11 modules with a quiz at the end of each. At the end of the course, there is an additional final exam that will test key elements of the modules.
You’ll find that our online traffic course is engaging, easy-to-follow and sequential. We’ve enhanced the course with interactive videos and animation to make it fun and interesting while you follow from chapter to chapter. Just click and follow the easy directions from chapter to chapter. Before you know it, you’re done.
Service Areas for Tulare Traffic School
More Information – Tulare Traffic School
The Traffic Division webpage of the County of Tulare’s website is an excellent resource to manage your traffic infractions online. You can retrieve the information related to your traffic infraction citation using your case number, driving license number, or citation number (in conjunction with your date of birth) online using this page. You can also seek assistance in obtaining this information by calling (559) 730-5000 from 8am to 5pm on working days.
Traffic fines can be paid online with major credit cards. Forms required for Trial-By-Declaration, contesting citations, and extensions can be downloaded here. Other modes of payment include: money orders, checks, or in person – all payable to the Clerk of the Court. Parking fines need to be paid directly to the parking ticket issuing agency.
A court clerk is not authorized to grant your request to attend traffic school. You are not eligible for traffic violator school correction program if:
- You have attended a traffic school program during last 18-months
- Citation is not a moving vehicle violation that needs a mandatory appearance
- The citation has nothing to do with a DUI or the possession of narcotics
- Citation was issued to you while you were driving a commercial vehicle
- Vehicle code sections 20001, 20002, 23103, 23104, 23105, 23140, 23152, 23153, 23103 are not violated for which the citation was issued.
Administrative charges will be a flat $64.75, the specified bail amount in Courtesy Notice plus the traffic school fees. You can request the traffic school attendance at any of the court locations in-person or by calling 559-730-5000 and paying via a credit card. There is an option to attend an in-classroom course of 8-hours or complete the course through home-study or online. Here is a list of DMV approved traffic schools .