The city of Orange is located in Orange County, California. It is approximately 3 miles (4.8 kilometers) north of Santa Ana and surrounds the small city of Villa Park.
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Orange County Traffic Court
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"I WOULD RECOMMEND THIS COURSE TO ANYONE, WAS SO INFORMATIVE."
Dorothy B. - Sacramento, California
"I hope I never have to do this again but if I do I would come back to this site."
Mary N. - Riverside, 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? "
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Juanito G. - Riverside, California
"The questions and test definitely need to be more extensive to really test the knowledge and retention of the student but but the format and writing was personable and engaging."
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