WELCOME TO TRAFFIC SCHOOL 4 BUSY PEOPLE

 

Here are the top reasons why we are the Quickest and Easiest San Mateo County Online Traffic School (our corporate office is also located in San Mateo County)

 

OVER 19,500+ FIVE-STAR CUSTOMER REVIEWS!

Our California Online Traffic School Course has over 19,500 Five-Star Verified Customer Reviews and has helped over 220,000 California drivers keep their driving records clean. 

 
EVERYONE PASSES!
  • Easiest to Pass - Find Answers To Final Test Questions by Entering Keywords and Searching the Course (Learn More)

  • Two Chances to Pass - Get 2 Chances to Pass the Final Test. Miss 7 out of 25 Multiple Choice Questions and Still Pass!

  • No Trick Test Questions!

  • FREE Unlimited Course Retakes - You get a promotion code to retake the course for free if you don't pass

 

QUICKEST COURSE ALLOWED (CA DMV License #0543)
  • Shortest Online Course - Meets the DMV's Minimum Course Length

  • No Timers  - Finish As Fast As You Can Read

  • Self-Paced - Start and Stop the Course 24/7, 365 Days a Year

 

COMPLETION CERTIFICATE (Included Free)
  • All San Mateo County Courts  - Our Certificate is Accepted By All California and Federal Courts

  • Immediate Proof of Completion - Your Certificate is Emailed To You Immediately After You Pass

  • Sent to DMV & Court  - Your Certificate is sent to the DMV and Court within 3 Business Days for FREE (Express Processing Available for $8.95)

 

COURSE COMPARISON (as of 8/31/2020)

 

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Traffic Division Northern Branch

1050 Mission Road,
South San Francisco, CA 94080

Tel: 650-363-4302

Website

 

A Notice of Bail will be mailed to the address listed on the citation. This notice is usually received within 30 days from the date the citation was issued. The notice contains information about the requirements and options available such as;

  • Amount of the bail (fine) and due date
  • Proof of correction for compliance violations
  • Traffic School Information

If a Notice of Bail has not been received, contact the Court. If you are unsure about your options, please call the Court at (650) 363-4300 from 8:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.