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Alejandro M. - Alameda, California
"i like the traffic school"
Eleazar P. - San Bernardino, California
"Very informative and easy to understand and navigate, both reading material and questions "
Yvonne C. - Ventura, California
"The only part of the course I had a question about was in regards to when a hybrid vehicle can be used on the carpool lanes. Can a Toyota Prius be used in a carpool lane if it has only a single occupant. How do you know if your vehicle meets the minimal or no emissions spectrum requirements stated in the course? Also what is the specific CVC code in relation to this. A decade ago you had to have a special sticker to drive those cars in the carpool lane, so my last question is does this sticker still apply or the law changed so that most hybrids have this "sticker effect." "
Michael M. - San Diego, California
"Thank you for making traffic school reasonably quick and bearable. Whoever wrote your curriculum had a good way of injecting a bit of humor in there, it was much appreciated. "
Daniel Y. - San Mateo, California
"exceeded my expectations."
Kyoung H. - San Diego, California
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Kevin Q. - Mariposa, California
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Andrew S. - Alameda, California
"I generally hate on-line courses, but this one was truly excellent. Light, appropriate fun comments kept things peppy, the moving vehicle graphics were fun - and I actually learned (and re-learned) important rules."
Barbara H. - Los Angeles, California
"This course was very informative. Glad I did this, Makes me a Better driver. "
Shrayansh G. - Los Angeles, California
"Thank you, this course was easy to complete in a timely manner."
Nancy D. - San Diego, California
"the course was easy to understand"
Elizabeth M. - Alameda, California
"Great Course! Did it in a few hours:)"
Sonia Q. - San Mateo, California
Mukesh B. - Alameda, California
"As a student I loved the bullet points on this program, I will pass this on to whoever needs whenever they get an infraction. "
Onik V. - Los Angeles, California
"Good experience all round."
David M. - Santa Clara, California
Lauren R. - Los Angeles, California
"Thanks - lots of good info - always good to review road rules of old and new ones too. reduces complaicency on the road"
Reint S. - Butte, California
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Sarah R. - Santa Barbara, California
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Christopher J. - Calaveras, California
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Guillaume marie dominique o F. - San Luis Obispo, California
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Patricia C. - Sacramento, California
"There is a part where speaking of BAC legal limits that you state: "the legal limit for BAC is .08 percent or ABOVE for people age 21 and over. ... .04 percent and ABOVE. I believe that these should be written/corrected for BELOW instead of ABOVE."
Marlo S. - Los Angeles, California
"Learned so much!!"
Kevin H. - Orange, California
Karina Q. - San Diego, California
"Well thought out and enlightening"
Dione M. - Sonoma, California
"Great fun and easy"
Kandis A. - San Diego, California
"Excellent format Thank you."
Joe O. - Los Angeles, California
"In PART VI: DEFENSIVE DRIVING, Section 2: Avoiding Problems on the Road, Stopping Distances, Braking distance, there is a statement "For cars, if we use the CVC 26454 requirement that passenger vehicles be able to stop from a speed of 20 miles per hour in 25 feet, we can compute that at 55 miles per hour, it would take the same vehicle about 70 feet to stop." For a given gravitational acceleration g and a given coefficient of friction mu somewhere between 0 and the maximum coefficient of static friction mu_s, (initial speed)^2=2*mu*g*d_s where d_b is the braking distance. How do you reconcile the fact that 55^2/70 differs substantially from 20^2/25? "
Suguru A. - San Francisco, California