Traffic School Eligibility

Traffic School Eligibility

Wanting to take a driver improvement course to dismiss a Missouri traffic ticket is common. However, knowing your traffic school eligibility can be puzzling. If you are looking to clear your traffic violation, here is how you can determine your traffic school eligibility:

  1. Time frame: If you’ve taken a Missouri Driver Improvement program within 36 month’s time, you will not be eligible to take traffic school.
  2. Court approval: Before taking traffic school to dismiss your Missouri traffic ticket, please check with your issuing courthouse. There, you will be able to receive direct permission to take a driver improvement program.
  3. Driver’s license: In order to take the program, you must be the holder of a valid, non-commercial driver’s license.
  4. Fees: Before participating in the program, you must pay all your fines associated with your traffic violation.

Although participating in a driver safety course is commonly associated with dismissing a Missouri traffic ticket and taking points off your driver’s license, the program may also be taken for an employer (if requested), your auto insurance provider (if they offer discounts by taking the course), or voluntarily.

  • If you are taking the course for an employer, you may do so as often as they request. This is not required by all companies and will be only for certain positions.
  • If you are looking to take the course to lower your auto insurance rates, please speak with your current insurance provider. Not all companies will offer a discount for taking the course and their rates may differ.
  • You may take the course at anytime voluntarily. By taking the program, you will learn how to become a better, safer, and more defensive driver. Our program is filled with the finest course materials to help you reach these goals. This program is also ideal as a refresher course for motorists.

Still unsure if you are eligible for our Missouri Online Driver Improvement program? We’re here to answer your questions 24/7! Just Contact Us through phone or live chat and one of our friendly staff members will be able to assist you, no matter the time of day or night.
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How can I log back in to the course?

    If you're already registered for our course, getting back in is a breeze. All you need to do is click here and you will be taken to our log in page. Once you are there, simply type in your existing username and password to get back into the course!

  • I forgot my username and password. How can I get this information?

    If you are unable to log in to our Missouri Online Driver Improvement program because you do not remember you username or password, don't stress! We have that information available for you. You can retrieve your username and even change your password at any time. If you still are having issues logging back in to our course, you may contact us 24/7.

  • Can I use multiple computers or laptops?

    Of course! Our entire program can be done from a library desktop, your friend's lap top, or even your smart phone or tablet! As long as you have access to the Internet, our online course is available to you. This is perfect for those with a busy lifestyle or people who are always on the go!

  • Can I get an extra copy of my completion certificate?

    Of course! We suggest that your order a certificate copy to have for your own records. You may do this when you register, throughout the course, at the time of graduation, or anytime after you have completed your program. So if you decide you want a copy of your certificate a year from now, you are able to do so!

  • How often can I take driver improvement?

    For your convenience, you are able to complete an approved driver improvement course once every 36 months. Please confirm with your issuing courthouse that you are able to participate in a driver improvement program before you enroll.

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