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How to attend Traffic School in Redwood City Court

request traffic school in CaliforniaAsking for permission to complete traffic school in Redwood City Court in San Mateo County is not a complex process. If eligibility requirements for traffic school are met, a request to complete traffic school could be submitted to the Redwood City Court with the fine cost and the traffic school court cost ahead of the due date. Therefore, choosing traffic school is a very expensive option to contesting the traffic ticket.

For that reason it is important to recognize the advantages and disadvantages of traffic school prior to requesting traffic school. The other method to address a traffic ticket in Redwood City Court is to fight the traffic ticket with a trial by written declaration (TBD) which does not entail for a driver to be present in Redwood City Court. If you decide to fight a traffic ticket in Redwood City Court with a written declaration, signup for our package offer. We will put together all your papers for your TBD. All you need to do is to follow simple directions to send the papers to Redwood City Court. The result will be mailed to you by the Redwood City Court. If the verdict is not guilty you would not pay a fine and no traffic school court fee. If the ticket is not dismissed, then you could request Redwood City Court for traffic school simultaneously.

Redwood City Court may send a reminder notice, it will say if a driver meets the requirements for traffic school.

Mostly, a driver may choose to go to traffic school if:

  • A driver possesses a valid driver's license
  • The violation happened while driving a a vehicle not used for commercial purposes
  • The citation is given for an infraction that is a violation

If a driver possesses a noncommercial driver's license the Redwood City Court allows a driver to attend traffic school for a qualified violation, after the completion of the class a masked conviction will be recorded on the person's record at the DMV, however a driver will not receive a DMV point on the person's record. The Redwood City Court can approve traffic school for a a driver with a commercial driver's license if the eligible violation happened in a a vehicle not used for commercial purposes. After completing an court accepted program by a driver with a commercial driver's license, a conviction will shown on the person's record at the DMV, however a DMV point will not shown for the violation.

A driver cannot go to traffic school for:

  • Fix-it offenses
  • Non-moving offenses (like parking offenses)
  • Serious offenses
  • Violations requiring a mandatory court appearance
  • Alcohol or drug related offenses
  • Violations in a commercial vehicle
  • A driver cannot go to traffic school if traffic school was completed for another ticket in the prior year and a half

Here is the Redwood City Court information:

Address - 500 County Center, Redwood City, CA 94063

Telephone Number - (650) 363-4300

Hours of Operation - Mon-Fri 8am to 2pm

Redwood City Court Website Address Link

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