Starting Arizona State Licensed Online Traffic School Course
Please note that your enrollment in this course is contingent upon your ability to satisfy the eligibility requirements established by the Arizona Supreme Court.
You must have been cited for an offense that is eligible for diversion by taking a defensive driving course.
You are not eligible to enroll in this course if you have enrolled in a defensive driving course within the past 12 months.
You are not eligible to enroll in this course if you have committed a civil or criminal traffic violation resulting in death or serious physical injury, unless the court has ordered you to do so in addition to another sentence imposed by the court on an adjudication or admission of the traffic violation.
Our online traffic school course is available for students who have received an eligible citation in Arizona and wish to complete their required defensive driving course from the comfort of their own home. You can work on the course when you want and move at your own pace!
Most people are confident about their driving skills that they believe they can multitask while they are behind the wheel. For one, many drivers think that they can text or use their mobile devices while driving and not get embroiled in an accident.
In fact, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), close to 500,000 drivers in the United States use their cell phones while driving during day time.
How to Get Lower Rates for Teen Drivers in Florida?
Purchasing auto insurance is a pesky task. Many of the millions of drivers on the road in Florida don’t even know what they are paying for in their insurance premiums. Even more so, most teen drivers (or their parents) are paying A LOT of money to get on the road. Learning to drive, getting your first car, and getting out on the road is supposed to bring teens a sense of freedom, adulthood, and pleasure — but instead, the risks involved (and the premiums to cover the risks) make it downright scary.
The frightening facts are this.
Teens are the most dangerous drivers on the road by a long shot. Insurance companies then label them as “high-risk” drivers.