For people who just can’t get enough traffic school, the CHP offers
several different courses in the Barstow and Apple Valley areas.
Instead of the normal driving school do-over, California drivers who have the
privilege to take traffic school can choose from among several options. One course
is geared towards older drivers, and there are two classes intended for
teen drivers. Finally, there’s a fourth class that focuses on child
seat safety and related areas.
In addition to safety classes, the CHP offers free child seat safety inspections.
In some states, drivers can take traffic school to avoid both traffic ticket
fines and points, because upon proof of completion, the court dismisses
the citation. But in California, traffic school only takes care of the
points, at least in most cases. Drivers are typically
eligible for traffic school if:
Valid License: An AB 60 license is typically acceptable for traffic school, but expired
licenses are unacceptable.
Non-Commercial License: Commercial drivers eligible for traffic school if they received citations
while driving their personal vehicles, but their conviction is not confidential
from the feds and their employers.
Eighteen Months: The general rule is that drivers can only attend traffic school once
every eighteen months from violation date to violation date.
Commercial drivers build up points at a fifty percent
faster rate than non-commercial operators. Also, be sure that the court approves the
class you select.
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