(If needed, you can select a different county.)Here's how our internet traffic school works in Alameda County:
|2.||Read the material.
The entire course is broken into 11 chapters. You can read our course at your own pace, exit at any time and later pick up right where you left off. Sign in from anywhere in the world at any time of day; we save your progress.
|3.||Take the quizzes.
After each chapter you will need to pass a quiz that covers the material you just read. Answer 4 of 5 questions correctly to pass. If you do not pass, do not fear, you can repeat each quiz as many times as necessary. You will need to pass all the quizzes before you take the final exam.
|4.||Take the final exam.
You will need to score 70% or higher to pass the final and complete the course. If you don't pass on the first try you can take the final exam again for no additional charge. The DMV allows you to attempt the final exam only twice, so make your attempts count.
|5.||Pay for the course.
You complete the course after reading the material and passing the tests. Pay for the course to get your official Traffic School Certificate of Completion, which you will need in order to get credit for your work. You can securely submit your course fee online using your Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, Diners Club / Carte Blanche or JCB credit card. We also accept checks and money orders.
|6.||We send your Certificate of Completion to the Alameda County Court.
After you have finished and paid for the course, we submit your Certificate of Completion directly to the Alameda County Court on your behalf. We use the DMV's secure electronic processing system to submit your certificate instantly.
|7.||Reap the rewards.
With your certificate submitted, the court takes care of your driving record -- and you're done!
(A) The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) recognizes the right of private enterprises to advertise and distribute information related to their business functions. DMV promotes the free exchange of information, ideas, and opinions, except when the content may invade personal privacy, violate property rights, constitute libel, or be a violation of any applicable federal, state, or local laws.
While this lesson plan content may have been approved by DMV, the distribution, advertising, and other information provided by this vendor is not guaranteed by DMV, nor does it represent the views of the department.
You are advised that DMV, unless statutorily required, has no continuing obligation to provide information to an approved course web site or printed publication.
DMV assumes no responsibility for erroneous, incomplete, or out-of-date information. The user should contact the provider and/or DMV to ensure that the information herein is current and accurate. All warranties of any kind, including, but not limited to, the IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, freedom from contamination by computer viruses, and non-infringement of proprietary rights ARE DISCLAIMED.
You are advised that DMV is not responsible for the content of any off-site web pages referenced from or to an approved course web site or home study publication. In addition, DMV and the State of California are not responsible for the content of files that are uploaded for inclusion.
The user should not rely on the presentation of statutes or regulations referenced in an approved web site or printed publication, but should consult the actual text of the law. Legal requirements frequently change and the user may wish to seek the advice of counsel.
If you find any errors, omissions, or have a complaint regarding the educational content, we encourage you to report them to the education provider. In the event the issue is not resolved to your satisfaction you may call the department at (916) 229-3154.
(B) This course is not intended as training from a licensed driving school. It does not meet the standards, training, or requirements in preparation for being issued a driver license. This course has been reviewed and approved to meet the requirements for the traffic violator school program. Completion documentation will not be issued to those not meeting the traffic violator school program criteria.
(C) Pursuant to Vehicle Code section 1808.7, the following situations are not eligible for masking a traffic safety violation on a California driver record:
(1) The driver has already attended a traffic violator course within 18 months of the conviction.
(2) The driver holds a commercial license as defined in Vehicle Code section 15210.
(3) The driver holds a commercial driver license from out of state.
(4) The violation occurred in a commercial motor vehicle as defined in Vehicle Code section 15210.
(5) The violator has not paid a deposit of fees or bail, and has not pleaded guilty, no contest, or been convicted by the court of jurisdiction.
(6) The conviction would result in a violation point count of more than one point pursuant to Vehicle Code section 12810. A list of Vehicle Code two point violations may be found on the Department of Motor Vehicles web site, www.dmv.ca.gov.
(D) This site will require your California driver license or California identification number, or, if you do not have a California driver license or California identification card, your birthdate, the court reference number (docket, ticket or citation number) and the name of the court with jurisdiction or the court code. These are requirements for receiving a completion receipt and to have the information sent to the court of jurisdiction should you successfully pass this course. If you are unable to provide the required information, your participation shall not be credited toward satisfying the requirement.
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