Steps to Complete Traffic School and Dismiss a Ticket

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To complete traffic school and dismiss a ticket, follow these general steps:

  1. Check Eligibility: Verify if you are eligible to attend traffic school to dismiss your ticket. Some jurisdictions have specific criteria, such as no recent traffic violations or not having attended traffic school within a certain time frame.
  2. Contact the Court: Reach out to the court listed on your ticket or citation to confirm that attending traffic school is an option for your violation. They can provide specific instructions and guidelines.
  3. Enroll in an Approved Traffic School: Choose an approved traffic school from the list provided by the court or your state’s Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). Ensure that the school you select is authorized to offer the course for ticket dismissal purposes.
  4. Complete the Course: Enroll in the traffic school course and complete all the required modules or chapters. The course can typically be taken online or in a classroom setting, depending on your state and the options available.
  5. Pass the Final Exam: Successfully pass the final exam at the end of the course. The passing score may vary depending on the jurisdiction, but it is usually around 70-80%.
  6. Obtain a Completion Certificate: Once you pass the final exam, you will receive a completion certificate from the traffic school. Ensure that the certificate includes the necessary information required by the court.
  7. Submit the Certificate: Submit the completion certificate to the court within the specified deadline. Some courts may require you to submit the certificate directly, while others may allow you to submit it online, by mail, or in person.
  8. Follow Court Procedures: Adhere to any additional procedures or requirements outlined by the court. This may include paying fines or fees, providing proof of completion, or attending a court hearing if necessary.
  9. Verify Ticket Dismissal: After submitting the certificate and completing all court requirements, verify with the court or DMV that your ticket has been dismissed and that there are no further actions required on your part.

It’s important to note that the specific procedures and requirements may vary depending on your location and the jurisdiction handling your ticket. Therefore, it is recommended to consult with the court or your state’s DMV for accurate and detailed instructions applicable to your situation.

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