Why do some drivers wait till the last minute to complete traffic school or worse never even get started. Surprisingly, for most of them it is because they are dreading having to take traffic school. Not so surprising, but most people procrastinate their traffic school completion date to the last minute. What causes the procrastination is fear of the known or the dread of having to do something they make out in their mind as being an horrible event, such as, traffic school.
Honestly though, traffic school over the Internet is pretty easy and quick to complete. You sign up for a minimal fee, from your computer at home, and read through a curriculum you pretty much already know and take some quizzes and a final. Traffic school has never really been easier.
When I was a kid, and I got a ticket, I would have to go to the court and ask the judge for traffic school and then wait for the judge to tell me I could do traffic school. Once that was done I had to call the traffic schools and make an appointment for a class, which was most likely on a weekends only. After getting set with a traffic school class, I would have to wait a few weeks for my class. On the day of class I would, well, you get the picture.
Today traffic school on the internet is pretty easy and pretty convenient. You can do traffic school at home at any time, day or night, in your pajamas, "or not", completing traffic school in a short time. Then we send the certificate electronically to the DMV and after that the court views the certificate clearing you of the ticket in the court system.
Guys, I have to tell you, it ain't that bad. It ain't that hard. You can make taking traffic school the first negative procrastinating habit you overcome. Our school offers the course for free and you only need to pay at the final. We already know you have a device connecting to the internet -- huhum -- because you are reading this. All of your excuses have been eliminated. Sign up now for whatever school and get traffic school done and then go crush your other procrastinations. That is the game you should be playing and not the Pokemon Go. We will call our game, "Procrata Go". Let's go kill some things we have been procrastinating about. Stop living your life like you have a second one.
"The information about fines for using a cell phone that's not hands free is incorrect. My first offense cost me $250 NOT $20 as specified in material."
David S. - Mendocino, California
Sheu K. - Los Angeles, California
Adrian C. - Los Angeles, California
"thank you for this refreshment it up graded me"
Ora R. - Kern, California
"The test kept making me retake test 5 and I had to retake the final exam. It didn't tell me I failed it just acted as it wasn't taken in the first place. This was very frustrating."
Caroline L. - San Diego, California
"Highly recommend this course for all violators of traffic laws. I really did learn a few things."
Charles C. - Sacramento, California
"My only suggestion is that I would have liked to have videos or someone read the material."
Christine C. - San Diego, California
"You should not auto fill the answers to your questionnaire."
Julie B. - Mendocino, California
"Very user friendly."
Maria luisa M. - San Diego, California
Meisam J. - Orange, California