We have all heard that I lost my homework or the dog ate my homework, but what if you lost your ticket? No, really lost your traffic ticket! Well, no need to worry we have some helpful solutions to assist in you finding your ticket and even completing traffic school.
Often when someone has lost a ticket, it really is not too much to worry about, as the court will make sure you know you have a ticket that needs to be paid. They do this by mail, in which they provide information about the fine and options for you to attend traffic school.
However, if you lost your ticket and the paperwork, the courts often have online options for you to find out and even pay your traffic ticket online. Many courts have an online presence that have options for you reteieve information about your ticket and pay the fines. Please, see a list of courts below.
Los Angeles: http://www.lacourt.org/index.aspx
Nevada County: http://nccourt.net/onlinesvcs/portal-intro-case.shtml
Orange County: http://www.occourts.org/online-services/case-access/
San Bernardino: https://portal.sb-court.org/Portal/Home/Dashboard/29
Santa Barbara: https://portal.sbcourts.org/CASBPORTAL/Home/Dashboard/29
Santa Clara: http://www.sccaseinfo.org/calendar/Traffic
"I didn't exactly "call in", but did use the chat feature a couple of times. Each rep gave me the info I needed."
William S. - Santa Barbara, California
"Having a lot of information "
Joseph L. - San Mateo, California
"Great Service, Thank you so much!"
Stacia F. - Lake, California
"Happy with my choice of school.....but happier it is over as it seem to take forever."
Toni 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
"This is definitely an all-day class!"
Aurora F. - Los Angeles, California
"the best way to do traffic shool"
Juan jose G. - Los Angeles, California
Sydney Y. - Alameda, California
"very convenient was easy,fast and not so bad on the price;overall it was a good experience. "
Claudia V. - Contra Costa, California
"Very informative "
Otis L. - Ventura, California
"I found a final exam question misleading. The final exam question regarding the NHTSA study about distracted driving states "over 80%" whereas the course material stated "80%". I thought this was a "trick" true or false question and, therefore, got it wrong. You might consider removing the word "over" in the final exam question. "
Susan O. - Alameda, California
"awesome online course!"
Elizabeth B. - Los Angeles, California
Daniel W. - Sonoma, California
"thank you so much"
Theresa T. - San Diego, California
"thanks for this opportunity."
Benedicta A. - Sacramento, California
"was a nice course to learn "
Paul S. - Inyo, California
"thank you so much! this is by far the best traffic school course! "
Jacob S. - Riverside, California
"its an easy test ,will recomende it to people
Monica V. - Los Angeles, California
"The online course was very user friendly and I learned a lot from the material."
James C. - Alameda, California
"that was quick and easy!thank you"
Llywyll R. - Alameda, California
"This site makes it really convenient for individuals to fit traffic school in to their busy lives. I'll recommend this school to anyone who has a busy schedule an/or cannot make the trek to a physical school."
Addison B. - Alameda, California
"Well constructed information that was not dry yet made the point."
Andrew V. - Santa Clara, California
"Excellent online Traffic school. I recommend 100%."
Ashnil S. - Sacramento, California
"I was pleased to take the updated course with new laws and how we should really pay attention on the road and be observant and courteous to other pedestrians and drivers. I would recommend this course to any driver/pedestrian. Very informative."
Jessicilia S. - Los Angeles, California
"This is the first time I have ever completed a traffic school course online and I was very pleased with the results. I would recommend this to anyone and I am very glad I decided to take this opportunity."
Martin R. - San Joaquin, California
Hien H. - Orange, California
"Website crashed the first time I tried to submit my final exam. Luckily it worked on my second attempt, but only after taking the test again. Please fix!"
Martin H. - San Mateo, California
"I enjoyed it..."
Hoa kim P. - Stanislaus, California
Sachin S. - Alameda, California
Phaichayon P. - Madera, California