Traffic Schools in Montana
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Anyone who wants to become a better driver can attend one of the two state-approved traffic schools in Montana. Classes run about five hours and begin at $60.
Montana has no online or home-study options.
Attending a state-approved traffic school will not lower your points or dismiss your ticket; you may be required to attend by order of the judge on your case. If your license got suspended, traffic school decreases your license reinstatement fees by 50 percent.
Click here to obtain a copy of your Montana driving record. In Montana, violations stay on your record forever, but may only affect your insurance for three years. DMV.org cannot look up your ticket.
Check with your insurance company. Some offer insurance discounts if you complete the traffic school course. Mature driver improvement courses are also available for drivers who are 50 and older. These courses are sponsored by organizations such as the American Association of Retired Persons and the National Safety Council.
The traffic school charges approximately $60 to attend the class, on top of any other fees incurred for your violation.
If you lost your certificate, contact the traffic school you attended for a reprint. Additional shipping changes may apply.
Visit the official Montana Department of Justice Driver Services site for more detailed information on these topics and more.Local Traffic Schools
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