Online traffic-violator course and subsequent test helps drivers potentially mask points on their driving record
What You'll Get
- $9.25 for online-traffic-school registration for one ($17.99 value)
This English-only online traffic-violator course satisfies the required eight-hour course normally issued by the courts. It includes easy-to-follow information, plus colorful graphics, videos, and cartoons. The course can be completed at your leisure, and when you pass the final exam, you may have points taken off your driving record. Visible points on your record can result in higher insurance premiums and even license suspensions. Read the FAQs here.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Valid online only; not valid for booklet. Not valid if you attended traffic school within the past 18 months, if conviction was for a major (2-point) violation, or if you hold a commercial driver license and were operating a commercial vehicle at the time of the violation. This knowledge is the customers' responsibility. Refunds will not be issued due to traffic school certificates being rejected by the court for this reason. Not valid for violations received outside of California. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Fast Lane Traffic School
Students at Fast Lane Traffic School take online and booklet traffic-violator courses to improve their driving skills and records. Fast Lane Traffic School makes it easy for drivers to take a court-mandated traffic-school course by using straightforward, easy-to-understand instruction, colorful graphics, and cartoons.
After completing the DMV-approved program, students have two chances to take the final exam and can expect a completion confirmation email upon passing it. Passing the exam is a way for drivers to potentially mask any points on their driving records. A high number of points on a record could result in higher insurance premiums, as well as loss of driving privileges and deep disappointment from dogs who just want to go for a ride.