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Traffic Schools

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Traffic Schools

Ross Bainbridge
March 13, 2006

There are many cases when you may need to go to driving school. You may have to dismiss a traffic ticket and clear your driving record; you may have to obtain a new learner's permit and driver license; you could need a discount on your auto insurance; or you may be trying to avoid higher insurance rates.

Each state has different traffic school standards, and you have the choice of attending regular, traditional traffic school or an online traffic school available through the Internet. Nowadays, most states sanction online traffic schools. For people not comfortable with traffic school courses conducted online, many of the Learner Permit courses can be taken with a workbook, and some of the courses are also available on videos or DVDs.

The latter kind of traffic school is the Take-home Traffic School. This type of traffic school has a slightly different approach from the traditional or online traffic school. These programs are actually a series of instructional video sessions. You have up to three evenings to complete the course. Sometimes, these videos include comedy clips, hot pop music, and special guest appearances by some television stars, all designed to make the videos interesting and entertaining. At the end of the course, there is a final test to take. When you have successfully completed the course, the tapes need to be returned to the store and then you receive your grade.

If you are eligible for traffic school, then the court that has jurisdiction over your case will provide you with a list of acceptable schools. The courses that almost all traffic schools offer are traffic school- ticket dismissal, defensive driving/driver improvement, point and insurance reduction, job and related requirement, and teen drivers’ education. Most of the traffic schools, both online and traditional, offer quality courses to match all your driving needs.

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