Traffic Schools in HawaiiPage Overview
There are many private traffic schools located throughout the islands; check your local listings for a location near you.
Note that these schools are neither regulated by, nor affiliated with, any of the state agencies. Hawaii doesn't endorse any traffic school.
If you've had a traffic ticket or violation, you may be ordered by the courts to attend a traffic school as part of your sentencing process.
Hawaii has no traffic school or defensive driving program that will let you lower your points, your fines, or erase a ticket from your record.
Check with your own insurance company to see if it offers discounts on auto insurance premiums should you attend traffic school.
If it does, ask if you qualify, and the amount of the discount. Many companies offer discounts for only certain ages, or may not offer a discount based on your driving record.
Also ask if it has a list of approved schools; because the state doesn't regulate the programs, the insurance companies may have their own list.
Driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or drugs is stupid and dangerous. If you are convicted of this violation, you'll face hefty fines, expensive reinstatement fees, lengthy suspension of your driving privileges, and possible jail time.
The courts may also order you to attend a treatment program and traffic school as part of your rehabilitation.
If you're a driver older than 50, the AARP offers a regularly scheduled refresher course for around $10. Check its website for the schedule and to find a location near you.Other Topics in This Section