Welcome to the fastest, cheapest and easiest traffic school in Hayward! Register at our California traffic school and clear your Hayward ticket in a quick and simple way. All you would need is your driver's license, ticket or docket number, your court's name, and certificate due date, that is to say, the day by which you have to complete your internet traffic school.
Our easy to pass traffic school course contains 11 chapters of reading material. At the end of each section, there is a short 3 questions quiz, and at the end of the course there is a 25 question final exam. Note that the mini quizzes that follow each chapter are important because all of the questions on the final exam are derived from the quizzes. You must answer 70% of the questions correctly on the final in order to be granted a certificate of completion. You can start and stop as many times as you want. Moreover, you can use any computer, laptop or smart phone and complete this modern traffic school of ours from any spot in the world that has an internet connection. Our affordable home study system will automatically save your work after your every exit. This will enable you to proceed at your own pace. After completing this driver safety 4 less course, we'll submit your certificate directly to the Department of Motor Vehicles and court on your behalf free of charge.
Our online traffic school customer support representatives are always here to help you! You can reach them by phone, live chat or e-mail. Want a discount? Take action now and we'll provide you with a promotional code which you can use during the registration process.
Did you know that Hayward is the sixth largest city in the Bay Area and the third largest in Alameda County? Hayward was originally known as "Hayward's", then as "Haywood", later as "Haywards", and ended up as "Hayward". There is some disagreement as to how it was named. Most historians believe it was named for a man who opened a hotel there in 1852 named William Dutton Hayward.
"All-in-all a good program. However, I would have preferred to have seen a bit more emphasis placed on merging/getting on roadways and highways. I've seen way too many people stop, when making right turns in a channel lane, or at the end of a clover leaf off-ramp, where there is absolutely no reason to stop. Course, it's worse when they stop on an on-ramp, when getting on a highway or an expressway, when they should be accelerating to merge with traffic flow. Thx."
Rik M. - San Mateo, California
"The clear, supportive and appropriately humorous way the material was presented made it more understandable and interesting."
Barbara R. - Santa Clara, California
"Thank you - Easy, clear and simple.
Nabih Y. - Los Angeles, California
"Well done. Thank you!"
Phyllis B. - Sacramento, California
"EXCELLENT COURSE. THE CHAT HELPED ME TO ENROLL AND GET GOING."
Thai T. - Los Angeles, California
"I found the course to be informative and easy to navigate. Thank you for this online course."
Terry F. - Los Angeles, California
"OneDayTrafficSchool was educational fun and easy. Thanks"
Jose V. - Stanislaus, California
Paralee F. - Los Angeles, California
"Courtney was very helpful and professional. The ability to speak with a live person didnt make it too hard of a decision to enroll. Very happy with my experiences using this service "
Kamran K. - Alameda, California
"Nice review of rules of the road. "
Donald P. - Riverside, California