To Attend Traffic School
You may be eligible to attend Traffic School if you meet the following requirements:
- You have not attended Traffic School on a prior citation within 18 months of your present citation.
- You were not cited for speeding in excess of 100 miles per hour.
- Your citation is for an infraction violation and does not require a mandatory appearance.
If you meet these requirements and wish to attend Traffic School, you will be required to pay an Administrative Fee, PLUS the amount of bail indicated on your courtesy notice. Checks may be made payable to Superior Court. There will be a separate fee collected by the Traffic School you choose to attend. Upon receiving proof of completion of Traffic School in a timely manner, your case will be deemed a "confidential conviction" rather than a "dismissal". The confidential conviction will be masked and held confidential by DMV. Only one conviction within 18 months will be held confidential.
To find a classroom traffic school near you or to find a traffic school on-line, please visit: California Traffic Safety Institute. The traffic schools listed on the site are licensed and regulated by the Department of Motor Vehicles. The Court assumes no liability when defendants choose this option.