California’s Fastest Online Traffic School
Before considering taking traffic school, we recommend always fighting traffic tickets first.
Traffic school removes the DMV point, however insurance companies may still be able to see a “Confidential Conviction” on your DMV Report.
Our traffic ticket lawyers win 80% of California traffic violations or your $ back with NO Court, NO DMV point(s), NO Fines, No Insurance hikes and No Time wasted with traffic school. If we are unable to completely dismiss your ticket, you are usually still able to take traffic school as a last resort to remove the DMV Point.
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Disclaimer:VC 41501 – Traffic School may be used no more than once every 18 months.Taking traffic school will eliminate the point from showing on your driving record which will prevent insurance hikes.Please Note: Commercial drivers with a CDL (Commercial Drivers License) are NOT eligible to take traffic school unless you received the ticket while driving your personal vehicle after January 1st, 2013.Traffic Violator School CompletionVC41501. (a) After a deposit of bail and bail forfeiture, a plea of guilty or no contest, or a conviction, the court may order a continuance of a proceeding against a person, who receives a notice to appear in court for a violation of a statute relating to the safe operation of a vehicle, in consideration for successful completion of a course of instruction at a licensed school for traffic violators and pursuant to Section 1803.5 or 42005, the court may order that the conviction be held confidential by the department according to Section 1808.7. The court shall notify a person that only one conviction within 18 months will be held confidential.
(b) Subdivision (a) does not apply to a person who receives a notice to appear as to, or is otherwise charged with, a violation of an offense described in subdivisions (a) to (e), inclusive, of Section 12810. (c) This section shall become operative on July 1, 2011.