This course is for traffic ticket court dismissal for most states. Many courts and states allow traffic violation citations to be dismissal if the violator has not taken defensive driving in the past year to five years to dismiss a ticket.
States which currently allow traffic ticket dismissal with this course are Alabama, alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, *Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Hawaii (in some courts), Iowa, Kansas, **Kentucky, Lousiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina (N.C., AAA Carolinas) (In Guilford County, Wake County or other counties with judge approval), North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
States were only points added to drivers license may be removed or reduced are Idaho, Indiana, Maine, New York and West Virginia.
Some states also allow this course to use to an auto insurance discount. See your state board of insurance for further details.
*Colorado Yes. Colorado allows a Traffic School course only if the accused has demonstrated a need for remedial training due to an extensive record or other aggravation in the nature of the offense itself. Traffic class is not a negotiation tool for the reduction of points or a dismissal.
**Kentucky Yes. Kentucky allows the online traffic school course. The Internet Course will provide the same point reduction and license reinstatement benefits as the classroom course.