Defensive Driving on the Internet

Traffic School Comes to the Internet for Drivers Who Receive Traffic Citations.

(PRWEB) October 16, 2004 -- Traditionally, drivers receiving traffic citations and wanting to have the citation removed from their driving record could only attend traffic school in a traditional classroom setting. This required devoting one day to the course, typically on a weekend. Now, drivers receiving moving violation citations and eligible to attend traffic school can satisfy the requirements of the traffic court by attending traffic school on the Internet.

TrafficSchoolOnline.com, the Santa Rosa based corporation offering this alternative has received approval in more than 15 states throughout the nation as an Internet-based alternative to conventional traffic school. Their web address is http://www.trafficschoolonline.com. Eligible drivers can attend by going to the web site and registering.

“The DMV doesn’t feel that traditional traffic schools have had any impact on driver safety,” says Steve Soldis, president of TrafficSchoolOnline.com “In developing the concept we wanted to address this concern by creating a course that would actually improve driver safety and responsibility.” Soldis said their research indicated that most students consider traffic school as a form of punishment. In addition, they hated to give up a weekend by spending eight hours in a regimented classroom. “We believe the resentment associated with classroom traffic schools is counter-productive to learning,” said Soldis. “Our online course must be working since our students tell us they love working at their own pace, have learned a great deal, and find the course enjoyable and interesting.”

The driver safety course offered by TrafficSchoolOnline.com is your guide to safe, responsible driving. The program is designed to be both entertaining and instructive. The last few segments is described by Soldis as “the most comprehensive treatment of substance abuse and driving I’ve ever seen.” Advancing from one segment to the next requires passing a review quiz. The final exam requires answering 80% of the questions correctly for graduation and students can work at their own speed. The course has received rave reviews from the California Traffic Safety Institute, Coordinated Court Services, and National Administrative Services. “The approval that makes us the happiest is that received from our graduates. Their testimonial letters are inspiring,” said Soldis.

TrafficSchoolOnline.com has been featured on CNN,CBS and NBC affiliates, CNET, and in local and regional print media. “It’s an idea whose time has come,” says Soldis. Traditional traffic school makes bitter drivers, TrafficSchoolOnline.com makes better drivers.

To get your ticket dismissed visit them at
Http://www.TrafficSchoolOnline.com website at or call them at 1-800-800-3579.

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