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Traffic School Terms Defined

Traffic Schools serve a diverse population, from new teen drivers hoping to sharpen their skills to mature drivers earning an insurance discount by attending school. However, the most common reason people attend traffic school is that they have been ordered to do so by a court. When drivers receive a bad ticket for unsafely operating a car, they may be offered the option of attending traffic school to learn safety techniques, if they have not already done some within a particular period of time prior to the violation (time periods vary by state). Below are several important terms to know when understanding how traffic school works.

  • Points - Points are demerit marks assigned to drivers who are guilty of moving violations. They are assigned according to the date of violation, rather than the date of conviction. While systems vary by state, typically earning twelve or more points per year will result in suspension of a driver’s license for at least two months.
  • Zero points - Zero points indicates a clean driving record with no violations.
  • Point Reduction - Successful completion of traffic school can significantly reduce or clean the violator’s driving record, which eventually translates to lower insurance premiums.
  • Traffic Safety Classes - Online or classroom courses that cover safe driver education and practice. Teachers instruct drivers on basics such as signs, laws such as speed limits and rules of the road.
  • Group Dynamics Courses - GD courses are specifically designed to instruct drivers who were found guilty of operating cars while intoxicated (OWI).
  • Multiple Offender Program - MOP courses are designed for multiple offense OWI drivers.
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    National Traffic Safety Administration
    Santa Ana, CA 92704
    Our association provides hands on home study traffic school course review, final examination development, student testing, and certificate issuing services. If you need traffic school, contact us today!
     
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    Driving Academy of Ohio LLC
    1225 N Main St Ste C, North Canton, OH 44720
    We provide quality driver’s education classes for teens that are performed in a professional manner. We also offer juvenile driver improvement program courses and maneuverability practice. We have one-on-one in-car lessons.
    (330) 966-1211
    Town & Country Driving School
    33355 Station St, Solon, OH 44139
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    (440) 248-1430
     
    User Review: "Taught defensive driving driving lessons were really helpful excellent instructors overal all excellent"
    Road Ready Driving Academy
    Norwalk, OH 44857
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    (419) 668-2689
     
    User Review: "Best place for driver training! I had a wonderful experience!"
    Lubben & Associates LLC
    445 W Liberty St Ste 221, Medina, OH 44256
    (330) 723-3093
    Hamrick School
    1156 Medina Rd, Medina, OH 44256
    (330) 239-2229
    PRO Driving School
    124 Lafayette Rd Ste 103, Medina, OH 44256
    (330) 722-0425
    Myers Driving School
    437 Lafayette Rd, Medina, OH 44256
    (330) 591-9740
    Drive Team
    206 Po Box, Bath, OH 44210
    (330) 916-6087
    Top Driver Ohio
    50 Baker Blvd Ste 3, Akron, OH 44333
    (330) 867-2414
    Myers Driving School
    2830 Copley Rd, Akron, OH 44321
    (330) 598-0282
    Professional Driving School
    14952 Pearl Rd, Strongsville, OH 44136
    (440) 846-0073
    Great Lakes Truck Driving School
    27740 Royalton Rd, Columbia Station, OH 44028
    (440) 236-3436
    Town & Country Driving School
    9900 Royalton Rd, North Royalton, OH 44133
    (440) 230-0496
    Best Defense Driving Academy
    544 W Tuscarawas Ave Ste 1, Barberton, OH 44203
    (330) 773-0985
    Heights Driving School Inc
    8141 Broadview Rd Ste 4, Broadview Heights, OH 44147
    (440) 884-2024


    People must learn how to drive safely on the roadways without endangering themselves or others. Traffic schools provide instructions for potential drivers on how to operate a motor vehicle, whether car, truck, or motorcycle. In many states, the legal driving age is 16 years old. Teens can take traffic school instruction courses to learn the ropes, which consist of both a written test and driving test at the Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV). Other drivers must take safety courses due to a high rate of accidents, or too many violations such as DUI, speeding tickets, or traffic fines. Traffic schools provide a valuable learning service, one that is based both in practical application and theory. Many insurance companies will give people breaks on their yearly fees if they attend traffic schools. Some communities allow teens to start driving six months or so earlier when they attend a traffic school than if they don't. What do traffic schools cover in driver education class? Qualified teachers may cover defensive driving themes, shifting, parking, three-point turns, and merging. They may also teach how to obey speed signs for safety, along with where all the components in a car are located, such as the brakes, gas tanks, four wheel drive controls, and shift stick. Teens usually obtain their learning permits first, which allows them to practice driving a vehicle with an adult in the car. They can receive their official driver's license only after they have completed and passed the written and driving tests, part of which can be taken online. The early 1900s brought the first driving instruction requirements. This varied by state, but soon all caught on and by the time automobiles really became popular in the 1920s, more and more states were requiring driver education before license issuance.
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