Traffic Schools in Michigan
Michigan provides a list of state-approved driving schools, but you should also check your local listings to locate a school near you. Contact each school to determine costs, schedules, and benefits.
You may also want to ask about online courses; remember to check with the Michigan Secretary of State about whether they're acceptable.
Michigan offers a two-part driver's education system for teen drivers. DMV.org provides all the details in our special Teen Drivers section, so be sure to check it out.
Visit the AARP website to find a course near you.
Michigan courts normally do not offer traffic school as a way to reduce points on your driving record or reinstate your license, but depending on the circumstances, your age, and the number of violations, traffic school could be part of your penalty if convicted of a traffic violation.
There may be a time when you consider attending traffic school, perhaps to reduce your auto insurance premiums.
Check with your own insurance company to determine if taking a course would help lower your insurance premiums. Compare the costs of the course to that discount; sometimes the cost of the course is more than the discount, unless that course will be valid for discounts over a period of years.Local Traffic Schools
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