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- Please explain how the Internet course works if I have received a ticket?
Our 4-hour state approved Internet Basic Driver Improvement (BDI) and Traffic Collision Avoidance Course (TCAC) courses can be taken from any computer with Internet access allowing you to work at your own pace. You can register for these Florida traffic school courses online through our secure server processing forms. You will read 7 sections and then take a final exam. Upon successfully completing the final exam, we will send a certificate of completion directly to the student with the exception of Palm Beach County. The certificates for Palm Beach county are sent from our office electronically to your court; according to your court's requirements. We advise students for Palm Beach county to contact the court a week after completing the traffic school course to confirm the court has processed your certificate.
The total price of the traffic school course is only $19.00 including tax, and your DHSMV approved completion certificate. You can pay for your course online with a credit card through our secure server processing form, call us at 1-800-691-5014 and pay with credit card over the phone or you can send in a check or money order. Once you've registered for the traffic school course, you will be given the opportunity to choose which payment option you prefer.
Generally, you have 30 days to pay your traffic ticket. From the day you pay your ticket you usually have either 60 or 90 days to complete traffic school, depending on the court in which you received your moving violation. You should contact the county clerks office where you received the ticket to find out exactly what the rules are in that county.
Yes, our Internet traffic school course is approved by the state in all 67 Florida counties by the Department of Highway Safety Motor Vehicles (DHSMV). If you received a traffic ticket in the state of Florida, you can sign up for our course now.