Traffic Schools in PennsylvaniaPage Overview
Pennsylvania doesn't have a list of state-approved traffic schools. At the same time, taking a non-official driving class will still offer Keystone State drivers an excellent opportunity to refresh their good driving practices, while learning other safe driving techniques that might help ensure their safety.
Unlike many states, Pennsylvania does not allow you to elect to take a safe driving class and have points taken off your license, or have your ticket dismissed.
In some circumstances, a court may order you to attend such a class, and depending on the court ruling, your ticket may be waived or your fine may be reduced.
Contact your insurance provider to find out if completing a driving course will lower your auto insurance premiums in Pennsylvania.
Here's some welcome news for drivers 55 and older: By successfully completing a state-approved mature driver improvement course, you can receive at least a 5% discount from your auto insurance company. Contact your carrier for its specific discount and requirements.
The discount is valid for three years, although some insurance carriers may remove the discount if you're in a chargeable accident, or receive points on your license within this time frame.
Drivers may re-take the class after three years to apply for another discount. The cost of the course varies with the provider.Local Traffic Schools
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