Welcome to our cheap traffic school authorized in Thousand Oaks! If you are new to trafficschool, we are sure you will find our total traffic school course very easy to use and understand. Since our course is self paced, you will be able to complete your traffic school requirement on your schedule and on your time. Additionally, you will be able to start and stop anytime, 24 hours a day from any web enabled device, which will make the whole process convenient and enjoyable.
Our DMV licensed traffic school system will keep track of your progress so you will be able to start off exactly where you left off. This virtual traffic school course of ours is organized into 11 chapters of reading material and multiple choice quizzes. At the end, you are required to pass an entirely stressless final exam. We guarantee you will be completely satisfied with our comedy and fun course or we'll refund you your money.
When you pass the online traffic school final exam, we will electronically report your completion to the Department of Motor Vehicles and court. The regular processing is within 3 business days; however, if your due date is close, the same day electronic processing or your certificate is available with the express plan called the Works.
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Thousand Oaks is located in beautiful Ventura County, with miles of coastline and the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area. As part of the beautiful and scenic Conejo Valley, Thousand Oaks offers a variety of recreation, leisure, and shopping options for the entire family. The City of Thousand Oaks is only 45 miles from downtown Los Angeles and about an hour from Santa Barbara.
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Nikola N. - Solano, California
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Tam S. - San Mateo, California
"Overall I thought it was a very good course that enabled me to move at my own pace. I am required to provide a copy of a certificate when I pay this ticket. It stated that a copy of this will be sent to DMV, but is it possible for me to also receive a copy of the certificate? Please advise. "
Phyllis S. - San Mateo, California
"excellent, easy and fast. "
Sylvia V. - San Diego, California
"This course not only updated me rather i can give advice to others also."
Yoginder S. - Alameda, California
"I enjoyed it..."
Hoa kim P. - Stanislaus, California
"Nice course, thoughfully presented. It's presentation allowed me to think about some of my driving habits that need revision. Thank you."
George C. - San Diego, California
"Overall excellent review."
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Kurt P. - Santa Barbara, California
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Loreta A. - Los Angeles, California
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Audra W. - Los Angeles, California
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Charles U. - Butte, California
"thank you very much"
Helios G. - Los Angeles, California
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Tinh N. - Siskiyou, California
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Remonita B. - Alameda, California
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Brian D. - San Mateo, California
"It was helpful for me and friendly.
I will recommend my friends to use this traffic school next time."
Amrit S. - 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
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Glenn W. - Los Angeles, California
"Clear, conversational and very educative."
Akinmusuyi O. - Solano, California
"This was fun, fast, and easy. thank you."
Juan A. - Los Angeles, California
"Loved your course! Able to fit traffic school into my busy schedule and not have to spend 8 hours of my day taking a physical class!"
Robert L. - Calaveras, California
"very easy and self explanatory...thanks"
Aline M. - Sacramento, California
"I could have completed this course in One Day (as the title suggests) but chose to do it across a couple of days. I am glad I chose this course b/c of the packages they offer. "
Marina U. - Orange, California
"I wa very happy with the course"
Shirley T. - Sacramento, California
"Very thorough information. No adds or distractions."
Vance H. - Placer, California
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Syerra E. - Tehama, California
"THANK YOU VERY MUCH IT WAS VERY HELPFULL MAY I ASK IF MY CERTIFICATED IS GOING TO BE SENT TO THE COURT HOUSE OR TO THE DMV. PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL #951-329-2233 OR EMAIL ME ADY_ADRIANAS@YAHOO.COM"
Adriana D. - Riverside, California
"Great course will recommend! "
Chilee M. - Sacramento, California