A Brief Overview of What To Do.
We strive to make it as easy as possible to take care of your traffic ticket.
Let's face it - getting a traffic ticket is no fun. You have a deadline to do something with your ticket.
In Florida, for example, you typically have 30 days to choose to:
- (a) pay the ticket and get the points assessed on your license, or
- (b) set up a court date to fight the ticket, or
- (c) notify the court that you want to elect the traffic school option.
Please note that you will still need to pay a fee to the court for the traffic school option and if you have a commercial driver license (CDL) you are not able to elect the traffic school option, but it may be ordered by the court if you go before a judge or hearing officer.
After electing the traffic school option, you will be given a new deadline date to complete a basic driver improvement class or driver safety course and submit a certificate of completion. I is important to get this done on time or you risk getting your driver license suspended.
Simply register for a class, complete the course on your schedule and get your certificate - it's that easy!