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  • Get your certificate emailed to you for FREE as soon as you complete the course.
  • We provide a FREE extra copy of your certificate you can keep for your records.
  • You can also print a copy of your certificate right from your account when you finish your course.
  • Our helpful Customer Care team is available to answer your questions 7 days a week!

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  • Our course has no hidden fees.
  • The price includes your emailed certificate!

Brazos County Driving Safety Course (DSC)

Did you get a ticket in Brazos County? If you have received a ticket in or around Brazos County, don't worry; we're here for you. Completing our TDLR-Approved Driving Safety Course (DSC) will help you dismiss your traffic ticket and prevent points from being added to your driver record. You could even qualify for a car insurance discount!

Our online driving safety course will allow you to mask your ticket and keep points off your driving record.

Why Choose Our Defensive Driving Course?

TDLR Approved

Our course is fully approved by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR), ensuring it meets all state requirements for ticket dismissal and insurance discounts.

Flexible and Convenient

Complete the course at your own pace online, with the ability to start and stop as needed to fit your schedule.

How to Dismiss Your Traffic Ticket

If you're eligible, you can take a Defensive Driving course (also known as "Traffic School" and "Driver Safety Course" or "DSC") to dismiss your ticket and keep points off your record. Our online driving safety course will allow you to mask your ticket and keep points off your driving record. You must elect to take the driving safety course on or before your appearance date listed on your citation and enter a plea of no contest or guilty.

The citation the officer issues you when you get a ticket contains information about your ticket. This information includes the nature of the violation (speeding, etc.), the citation number, and the court to which your case is assigned.

Keep Points Off Your Texas Driving Record

The main reason people take traffic school is to keep points off their record. Your insurance company bases its premium on the number of tickets you have (in addition to other factors). By taking traffic school, your insurance company will not see your traffic ticket. It is on your record but masked or hidden. Only the police are able to see the ticket. This means your insurance rates will not go up because of the ticket.

Of course, another reason to take a defensive driving course is to refresh your driving knowledge or to become a better driver. We at Safe2Drive are in the business of traffic safety education. We believe traffic safety education is one way to improve the behavior of drivers on the road. Our aim is to help you become a better driver when you take our course.

Driving Safety Course Requirements

The only types of tickets in Brazos County that can be dismissed by a Driving Safety Course are moving violations.

Each court specifies its eligibility requirements for taking a Defensive Driving course for ticket dismissal, so you must check with your court to ensure you qualify. You're usually eligible to take a Defensive Driving course if you meet the following requirements:

  • Enter a plea of guilty or no contest on or before the appearance date on your citation
  • Present a request to take the driving safety course in writing on or before your appearance date on your citation
  • Present a valid Texas Driver's license, permit, or Military ID
  • Present proof of financial responsibility
  • You must not have taken the driving safety course within a year before your citation
  • Pay the court costs and administrative fees at the time of the request

You must NOT have taken the driving safety course for the purpose of having a citation dismissed within the 12 months prior to the date of your citation. You will be required to sign a sworn affidavit, under the penalty of perjury, stating that you are in compliance with this condition.

Moving violations are not eligible for dismissal if they were given under any of these circumstances:

  • No auto insurance
  • A construction zone with workers present
  • Passing a school bus
  • You do not have a valid Texas driver's license
  • You hold a commercial driver's license
  • Leaving the scene of an accident

If you get a ticket in Brazos, you will be required to address it with one of the Brazos County Municipal Courts.

Brazos County, Texas Municipal Court Locations

Bryan Municipal Court

Address: 401S Tabor Ave, Bryan, TX 77803

Phone: (979) 209-5400

College Station Municipal Court

Address: 300 Krenek Tap Rd. College Station, TX 77842

Phone: (979) 764-3683

Brazos County Justice of the Peace Locations

Brazos County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1

Address:12845 FM 2145, #180 College Station, TX 77845

Phone: (979) 695-0136

Brazos County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2

Address: 200 S Texas Ave. #114. Bryan, TX 77803

Phone: (979) 361-4190

Brazos County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3

Address: 1500 George Bush Dr, College Station, TX 77840

Phone: (979) 693-2695

Brazos County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4

Address: 300 E 26 ST, #460 Bryan X 77803

Phone: (979) 361-4402

How Does the DSC Work?

Safe2Drive's Brazos County Driving Safety Course is quick and easy. Get everything done in three simple steps!

Step One: Register for the DSC Course.

Create a username and password and fill out your contact information.

Step Two: Take the Course.

Our Defensive Driving course (DSC) consists of 11 short online lessons. We've incorporated the final exam into the multiple-choice end-of-lesson quizzes. That means you'll take the final exam as you progress through the course. You must pass the end-of-lesson quiz to proceed to the next lesson. Most people pass the lesson quiz on their first attempt, but you can retake a lesson quiz as many times as necessary to pass at no extra fee.

You may log in and out of the course as often as you'd like. Take it all in one sitting, or come and go on your own schedule. It's completely up to you!

Step Three: Get your Certificate of Completion.

When you complete the course, we will immediately email you your Certificate of Completion for FREE. You must sign the court copy of the certificate and deliver it to your court. We provide you with an additional copy of your certificate that you can keep for your records.

FAQs for Brazos County Defensive Driving Course

What is the Brazos County Defensive Driving Online Course?

The online course is a six-hour educational program sanctioned by the Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR). It's designed for drivers looking to dismiss a traffic ticket or reduce their auto insurance premiums in Texas.

Does the state of Texas recognize this course?

Absolutely! Our course has received full approval from the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR). You can check our accreditation status directly on their website: [TDLR approved].

Will my Brazos County court accept this course for ticket dismissal?

Yes, since our course is state-approved by Texas, completion certificates from Safe2Drive are accepted by all courts across Texas for ticket dismissal purposes.

How does the Brazos County Defensive Driving course operate?

Our course is straightforward and user-friendly, structured in three simple steps:

  1. Register
  2. Complete your online course
  3. Get your certificate

How Much Does This Course Cost?

Texas Driver Safety Course (DSC) course costs $25, the lowest cost allowed by the state.

How Long Does This Course Take to Complete?

You can finish the Texas DSC Course in as little as 6 hours, the shortest time allowed by law.

See our complete list of Texas Defensive Driving FAQs.

Course Details

The Texas Defensive Driving course is a six-hour course regulated by the Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR). Drivers take this course to get a ticket dismissed or obtain a discount on their auto insurance premium. Schools approved by the TDLR offer the course in a classroom setting or online. A printable certificate of completion is issued upon completion of the course. Drivers submit this completion to the court to get their ticket dismissed or submit it to the insurance company for a discount.

Verifying TDLR Approval: You can confirm our course's approval by checking our TDLR Course Provider Number (CP557) and School Number (C2229), ensuring our compliance and accreditation for providing defensive driving education.

What You'll Learn

The course covers traffic laws and techniques for driving safely on Texas roads. The TDLR regulates the specific topics and includes:

  • Texas Driving Rules: Learn the fundamental rules of the road specific to Texas, including speed limits, right-of-way regulations, and traffic law enforcement.
  • Distracted Driving: Understand the dangers of distracted driving, including using mobile devices and strategies to stay focused on the road.
  • Driving Emergencies:Gain knowledge on how to respond effectively to driving emergencies, such as tire blowouts, brake failure, and evasive maneuvers.
  • Protecting Yourself While Driving: Learn safety measures to protect yourself and your passengers, including seat belts, airbags, and defensive driving techniques.
  • Driving in All Seasons: Acquire skills for driving safely in various weather conditions, including rain, ice, snow, and extreme heat.
  • Adult and Child Safety Equipment: Understand the importance and proper use of safety equipment for adults and children, including seat belts, child seats, and booster seats.
  • Impaired Driving: Recognize the risks of impaired driving due to alcohol, drugs, and fatigue, and learn the legal consequences and safety implications.
  • Driving Behaviors: Explore how personal behaviors and attitudes, such as aggression and patience, affect driving safety and how to develop positive driving habits.
  • Recent Trends in Driving: Stay informed about the latest trends in driving and traffic safety, including technological advancements and new traffic management strategies.
  • Best Practices and Procedures: Learn best practices and recommended procedures for safe driving, including proper following distances, checking blind spots, and signaling intentions.

Course Duration

This course meets all the requirements for a Defensive Driving program and spans 6 hours. Enjoy the flexibility to progress through the course at your own pace, logging in and out whenever it suits you. Designed for modern convenience, our course is fully compatible with mobile devices, allowing you to access it easily from smartphones, laptops, and tablets.

About Brazos County, Texas

Brazos County is centrally located in the heart of Texas, within the Texas Triangle region. Known for being the home of Texas A&M University in College Station, Brazos County is a hub of education, innovation, and Texan culture. The county, named after the Brazos River which forms its western border, combines the vibrancy of college town life with the tranquility of the Texas countryside.

Economic Landscape

The economy of Brazos County is significantly influenced by Texas A&M University, which not only drives the education sector but also stimulates the local economy through research, development, and innovation. This vibrant educational institution attracts businesses in technology, healthcare, and manufacturing, contributing to the county's economic growth and diversity. The presence of the university also fosters a dynamic startup culture, with numerous tech startups and research companies setting up in the area. Additionally, agriculture remains a vital part of the county's economy, with cattle farming, cotton, and poultry playing significant roles.

Community and Lifestyle

Brazos County offers a unique blend of youthful energy and traditional Texan lifestyle. The presence of Texas A&M University contributes to a diverse population and a rich cultural scene, with college sports, arts, and music being integral to community life. The county boasts a high quality of life with access to excellent healthcare, a variety of housing options, and an abundance of parks and recreational facilities. Community events, farmers markets, and festivals throughout the year celebrate the region's history, culture, and spirit of collaboration.

Education and Recreation

Education is at the forefront of Brazos County's identity, with Texas A&M University providing world-class higher education and acting as a catalyst for research and development in the region. The county's public schools are highly rated, offering excellent educational opportunities from pre-kindergarten through high school. For recreation, Brazos County features extensive park systems, hiking and biking trails, and recreational sports leagues for all ages. Lake Bryan and the Brazos River provide outdoor enthusiasts with opportunities for fishing, boating, and water sports, while golf courses and country clubs offer additional leisure activities. Cultural institutions, including museums, galleries, and theaters, enrich the community's social fabric.

Brazos County, Texas, stands as a testament to the blend of educational excellence and traditional Texan values, offering residents and visitors a rich tapestry of experiences rooted in community, innovation, and culture.

Known for its educational institutions, vibrant community, and rich history, encompasses several cities, towns, and unincorporated areas, each contributing to the county's diverse character:/p>

    Cities and Towns

  • Bryan: Serving as one of the county seats alongside College Station, Bryan is rich in historical landmarks and cultural events, offering a blend of historic charm and modern amenities.
  • College Station: Home to Texas A&M University, College Station is a dynamic city with a youthful atmosphere, characterized by its educational institutions, research facilities, and spirited college sports culture.
  • Ixon Valley: A small town known for its peaceful rural setting, Wixon Valley offers residents a quiet, country lifestyle within close proximity to the amenities of Bryan and College Station.
  • Unincorporated Areas

  • Kurten: Situated northeast of Bryan, Kurten is known for its community-focused living and provides residents with a tranquil rural environment while remaining accessible to the larger cities in Brazos County.
  • Millican: South of College Station, Millican is a small community with historical significance, offering a quiet, rural lifestyle with easy access to the amenities of the larger neighboring cities.
  • Mudville: Although lesser-known, Mudville contributes to the rural charm of Brazos County with its small community feel and country living.
  • Wellborn: Originally a community centered around the railroad, Wellborn has evolved into a quaint area known for its friendly atmosphere and close-knit community, offering a mix of residential and agricultural landscapes.
  • Each of these areas showcases the diversity of Brazos County, from bustling college towns to serene rural communities, providing a wide range of living experiences within the heart of Texas.

    Texas Defensive Driving Information

    Check out the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation page on taking defensive driving and additional resources and information for Texas drivers.

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