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Yes, you are eligible. You do not need to be a U.S. Resident to be enrolled in the program. You may take a defensive driving course in your Country.
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If you need additional time to complete the Traffic Diversion Program, please contact the court. If you fail to contact them for an extension your driving privileges could be suspended.
You may obtain a copy of your driving abstract at the Department of Motor Vehicles.
No, you may take any 6-hour defensive driving course either online or in a classroom. Our only requirement is that it is 6-hours long.
No, you may take any 6-hour defensive driving course either online or in a classroom. Our only requirement is that it is 6 hours long.
No, you must submit the Traffic Diversion Program application by mail. We are only able to accept checks or money orders for payment options.
You must contact the court in order to obtain a copy of your traffic ticket. The District Attorney's office does not have access to traffic tickets.