Fresno Traffic School
You can get a ticket in Fresno County from a police officer or a red-light camera. Some drivers choose to fight the ticket and go to court. However, most
drivers simply choose to pay the fine and go to traffic school to deal it. You can attend Safe2Drive's traffic school to satisfy your traffic school requirement.
Safe2Drive is approved by the Fresno Superior Court, and its certificate of completions are accepted at all court locations.
Fresno Superior Court Locations
Your ticket is assigned to one of the courts in the Fresno Superior Court system. There are eight traffic court locations: Fresno, Clovis, Coalinga, Firebaugh, Kingsburg, Reedley, Sanger, and Selma. The courtesy notice
you receive several weeks after getting a ticket contains the name and address of the court to which you must reply.
Eligibility for Traffic School
In general, you may attend traffic school if you have not attended traffic school in California in the past 18 months and have a valid California license.
Your courtesy notice will say if you are eligible for traffic school.
A Note about Courtesy Notices
It is not mandatory that the Court send out notification. However a notice is generated and mailed as a courtesy, often referred to as a "courtesy notice". It is mailed to the address indicated on the traffic citation. If your address has changed since the citation was issued, you must notify the Traffic Court and Department of Motor Vehicles of your new address.
This will ensure that you receive a courtesy notice and help avoid paying additional penalties.
How It Works
First pay your fine and administrative fee by mail or online. You can go to the Fresno Superior Court web site to pay online. Choose a traffic school from the list of schools
on the Fresno Superior Court web site. Go the school's web site and register, take the course, and pass the exam. Upon completion your completion notice you will be electronically sent to the Superior Court.
Safe2Drive's traffic school and defensive driving programs are approved in nearly all counties in California. Over 125,000 students have taken our courses!