Mask the Ticket
Your ticket will be masked if you take traffic school for a moving violation. This means your ticket will be held confidential. Most importantly, insurance companies will not
have access to this information.
Am I Eligible?
You typically take traffic violator school after you get a ticket. You are eligible for traffic
violator school if:
- You have a valid driver license.
- You got a ticket for a moving violation.
- You have not taken traffic school in the last 18 months.
- You have paid all fees.
You Must Have a Valid License
You must have a regular (Class C) driver license. You can check which class you have by looking at the upper
right corner of your driver license. Drivers with commercial licenses are not eligible. Examples of drivers with commercial licenses include bus drivers,
drivers of delivery trucks, and drivers of 18-wheelers.
Drivers with out-of-state licenses are eligibile as long as they have a regular (noncommercial) license.
You Got a Ticket for a Moving Violation
You must have received a ticket for a moving violation that is assigned only one point. Examples of moving violations include speeding, failing to stop at a stop sign, or failing
to yield the right of way. You are not eligible to take traffic school for violations that are assigned two or more points (e.g., reckless driving).
You Have Not Taken Traffic School in the Last 18 Months
You can only take traffic violator school once every 18 months. The time period is measured from violation date to violation date. In other words the clock
starts clicking from the day you got your last ticket.
You Have Paid All Fees
You must pay fees and bail to the court in order to be eligible. In addition you must plead guilty to the infraction. You cannot take
traffic school if you have already been to convicted of the violation. This means you must request traffic school at the time you plead guilty and submit your fees.