We are an online traffic school in Orange County With our fast and affordable online course, you can mask traffic violations for good. Of course, our courses are 100% DMV licensed for all counties in California.
Traffic School in Orange County – CA
If you get a ticket in Orange County, our online traffic school will help you remove it from your driving record. With our California online traffic course, you can work at your own pace, log in and off as time permits you and work between multiple devices. Our online traffic school is easy to complete and is a convenient alternative to a traditional class room course.
Driving Record Points and Insurance Increases
Traffic course allows you to dismiss a traffic ticket and meet a court-ordered requirement. This will also allow you to reduce points from your driving record, or even earn an insurance discount!
Traffic School Free Completion Reporting
Traffic School 2 U online course is a California DMV licensed course; we electronically report your completion to the DMV who reports it to the court. All course completions are reported to the DMV after finishing the course.
Our Online Traffic School is APPROVED by the following courts
Laguna Hills Court
Laguna Niguel Court
Lamoreaux Justice Center – Orange Court
North Justice Center – Fullerton Court
West Justice Center – Westminster Court
Central Justice Center – Santa Ana Court
Harbor Justice Center – Newport Beach Court
Important Online Traffic School Information
Generally, you are eligible to attend our traffic school to mask a traffic safety violation on a California driver record unless one of the following is true:
- You have already attended a traffic violator course within 18 months of the citation.
- You hold a commercial license as defined in California Vehicle Code section 15210.
- You hold a commercial driver license from out of state.
- The violation occurred in a commercial motor vehicle as defined in Vehicle Code section 15210.
- The conviction would result in a violation point count of more than one point. (A list of Vehicle Code two point violations may be found on the Department of Motor Vehicles web site.