If I can't go to traffic school before my completion due date, can I get an extension?

Ultimately, the decision is up to the court.

Most likely, your judge will take into consideration factors personal to your case such as the nature of your traffic ticket, your history with traffic violations, and whether you’ve been given the chance to attend traffic school in the past.

The important thing to remember is to let the court know immediately if you think you won’t be able to go to traffic school within the allotted amount of time. Waiting until the day of, or days after your deadline, isn’t a good idea.

Online Traffic School Helps Manage Your Time

Family, work, school – these life factors often intervene and reschedule our plans for us. One way to help make sure you have time to meet this requirement is to ask the court about online traffic school. Many states, such as Arizona, California, Delaware, and Nevada approve online courses for purposes such as sharpening a driver’s defensive driving skills and reducing the cost of or even erasing a speeding ticket.

Be sure to find out if online traffic school is an option before your time runs out.

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