Getting a ticket in Napa, California cannot be pleasant but we at OneDayTrafficSchool do our best to make ticket dismissal stress free and affordable. By completing our traffic violator school course, your driving record will remain clean and your car insurance premiums won't increase.
Our warp speed home study course is self-paced and accessible from various devices, making it the most convenient traffic school on the go. The registration is quick and simple so you can start by clicking on the Registration link. You will be able to access the course as soon as you create an account with our CA online traffic school.
We are a Court authorized and DMV licensed traffic school, so you can rest assured knowing your certificate will reach its destination when you pass the final exam. Our processing times are within 3 days but your certificate can also be expedited to the DMV/Court the same day if you have a very near certificate due date. Throughout, our customer support team will be on hand, 24/7, to help with any questions you may have.
The painfree traffic school course that we offer consists of 11 short modules. At the end of the course, there is a 25 question final exam that is based on the prior reading and quizzes. When you pass the final exam, we'll process your certificate of completion electronically to the DMV and Court on your behalf. What makes us different from other California traffic schools is the fact that you can reach us 24/7 via live chat or phone. We want our Napa students to know that we are 100% devoted to them and that their ticket will be dismissed in the easiest and cheapest manner possible. Go to traffic school that really cares - go to OneDayTrafficSchool!
Mina T. - Los Angeles, California
"Happy with test . Learned a lot. I took traffic school a few years back and the school did not register my test causing my a point on my record. hopefully this will not happen "
Valerie S. - Orange, California
"thanks for the discount."
Lorraine S. - Stanislaus, California
"I asked a question via the "chat" support box and completed the course before receiving a reply.
I certainly am delighted that your course and your web interface was easy enough to access with a slow internet connection that I, in fact, did NOT need to ask the question to begin with! Thanks!"
Jeanine P. - Marin, California
"Good review; fair number of misspellings."
Anthony R. - Riverside, California
"Great website for traffic school! Very easy to use! Keep up the good work!"
Destinee E. - Marin, California
"This was WAY better than going to a traffic school in a building! Thank you!"
Melissa G. - Orange, California
"I will definitely recommend this driving school to drivers in need of this course. Everything was executed clearly though I had a few distractions around me. "
Maria B. - Riverside, California
"Good review of driving safely. I learned valuable information to prevent accidents and driving defensively. "
Barbara D. - Mono, California
"Fast and easy thanks! "
Veronica S. - San Bernardino, California
"Awesome. Recommend it to peers in my situation. "
Manuel R. - Kern, California
"Very easy, user friendly course. I was referred here by a relative, definately saving this site for future."
Carina S. - Riverside, California
"Nice and simple"
Felissa P. - San Diego, California
"I put in a discount code win I signed up & paid but I not get a discount that I can see ? $31.90 ?"
David R. - Fresno, California
"I enjoyed the course and learned a few new things. The materials was easy to understand and remember. Thanks for an enjoyable experience. "
Steven M. - San Mateo, California
"love your program!"
Hailey N. - Sacramento, California
"thank for the help and I am waiting for the final acknowledgement of taking this class."
Phyllis R. - Stanislaus, 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 was the easiest and most satisfying way to do traffic school!!"
Ariana V. - San Diego, California
Brooke B. - San Mateo, California
Jose C. - San Joaquin, California
"I was happy the course was good and fun and the instructor were good to and good material displayed"
Michael C. - Alameda, California
"Excellent program.... Very satisfied customer."
Cesar Z. - San Francisco, California
"Very informative traffic school. Will recommend. "
Michael K. - Riverside, California
Sergio C. - Riverside, California
Susana R. - San Diego, California
"THANK YOU GUYS"
Virgilio Y. - Los Angeles, California
"Great, love One Day Traffic School"
Luis S. - Sacramento, California
Austin M. - Riverside, California
"Great Course! Actually learned a lot. Thanks"
Jennifer J. - Sonoma, California