Get your ticket masked and prevent points from being added to your record.
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- Study At the Pace That's Best For You. You Could Even Finish in One Day!
- Keep Your Traffic Ticket Confidential--Your Insurance Company Won't See It!
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Find out if you're eligible to take a California Traffic School course.
- You Must Have a Valid Class C Driver License
- You Must Have Been Ticketed for a Moving (Driving) Violation
- You Must Have Not Taken Traffic School for a Ticket You Got in the Last 18 Months (from citation date)
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Los Angeles Traffic School
Over 250,000 drivers take traffic school each year in Los Angeles County. Traffic school is usually the best and least expensive option to get a ticket masked (hidden) and keep points off your record.
The Superior Court of Los Angeles County has over 30 court locations to deal with the 10 million drivers in Los Angeles. Your case will be assigned to one of these courts. The officer who issues you a ticket will
most likely tell you the court. You can also find the court on the citation the officer gives you or the courtesy notice that arrives in the mail a few weeks later.
Los Angeles Traffic Courts
- Alhambra Courthouse - Alhambra, CA 91801
- Bellflower Courthouse - Bellflower, CA 90706
- Beverly Hills Courthouse - Beverly Hills, CA 90210
- Burbank Courthouse - Burbank, CA 91502
- Catalina Courthouse - Avalon, CA 90704
- Chatsworth Courthouse - Chatsworth, CA 91311
- Compton Courthouse - Compton, CA 90220
- Downey Courthouse - Downey, CA 90242
- East Los Angeles Courthouse - Los Angeles, CA 90022
- El Monte (Rio Hondo) Courthouse - El Monte, CA 91731
- Glendale Courthouse - Glendale, CA 91206
- Inglewood Courthouse - Inglewood, CA 90301
- Long Beach Courthouse - Long Beach, CA 90802
- Malibu Courthouse - Malibu, CA 90265
- Metropolitan Courthouse (South Hill) - Los Angeles, CA 90007
- Michael Antonovich Antelope Valley Courthouse - Lancaster, CA 93534
- Pasadena Courthouse - Pasadena, CA 91101
- Pomona Courthouse - Pomona, CA 91766
- Santa Clarita Courthouse - Valencia, CA 91335
- Santa Monica Courthouse - Santa Monica, CA 90401
- Torrance Courthouse - Torrance, CA 90505
- Van Nuys Courthouse - Van Nuys, CA 91401
- West Covina - West Covina, CA 91790
- Whittier Courthouse - Whittier, CA 90602
Dealing with a Traffic Ticket
The best way to deal with a ticket is to go to the Superior Court's web site (www.lasuperiorcourt.org) and look up your case in their system. You will be required to enter your citation number and
driver's license or date of birth. The web site will present you with the options and instructions for dealing with the ticket.
You can also track the progress of your ticket by returning to the Superior Court web site and looking up your case. We at Safe2Drive have noticed that often times the web site may be as much as one week behind in the progress of a case.
Keep Points Off Your CA Driver Record
You keep points off your record by attending traffic school. This means your insurance company will not know you got a ticket. Your insurance company will not raise your premium for this reason. It is always a good idea to keep the number of points
on your driver record to a minimum. A clean record is one with zero points.
Eligibility for Traffic School
You are eligible for traffic school if your ticket is for a normal traffic violation (e.g., speeding), and you have not attended traffic school in the last 18 months. The court determines your eligibility and will notify you in the courtesy notice or on their web site.