Traffic Schools in Alabama
If you have received a traffic ticket in Alabama, then a Alabama State Approved Traffic School is a great way to dismiss your traffic ticket and lose the points from your driving records. I Drive Safely is a good choice for Alabama traffic school online.
The successful completion of a course from one of the approved traffic schools may prevent violations from damaging your driving record. While in many cases a course just might get a traffic ticket dismissed, attending traffic school can also enhance your driving knowledge and skill level, and it may increase your overall safety awareness so that you, your family, and other drivers can be safer on the roads.
Alabama leaves it up to its individual counties to administer their own traffic schools. Contact the court of the county where you got the ticket to see if you can be assigned to driving school. This includes whether you can take online courses. Go to the Traffic Service Center website for more information. Select your county, then General Information, then select the Driving School tab.
Most Alabama counties use the National Safety Council guidelines for traffic schools and driving improvement programs. You can check out its website for information about specialized programs including the Attitudinal Dynamics Course for problem drivers and repeat offenders and the Alive at 25 Parent Program for drivers between the ages of 16 and 24.
In Alabama, points stay on your record whether or not you take defensive driving. However, the court may decide to dismiss the ticket if you complete traffic school. Your driving history and seriousness of the infraction play roles in this.
If you request driving school from a court, you'll have to complete the class and bring back a certification of completion. Then the judge will take it from there.
Because each county administers its own traffic school program, fees vary. Some courts require you to pay a fee to be referred to traffic school, in addition to other fees; this costs around $130.
Schools last about four hours on average.
If you want to take a driving course to help lower your auto insurance rates, contact your insurance company first. Your policy may not allow for such discounts.Local Traffic Schools
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