Web What is traffic survival school? Why would I need to attend Traffic Survival School?
Each time you are convicted or forfeit bail for a moving traffic violation, points are assessed against your permanent driving record. If you accumulate 8 or more points in any 12-month period, you may be required to attend Traffic Survival School (TSS), or your driving privilege may be suspended. All convictions for red-light/stop-sign running, aggressive driving, moving violations resulting in death or serious injury, and the first moving violation for drivers under 18 years of age require successful completion of Traffic Survival School following assignment. Failure to successfully complete Traffic Survival School when ordered will result in the suspension of the person’s driving privilege.
In Traffic Survival School students will learn how to avoid adverse traffic situations by increasing knowledge of Arizona traffic laws, define our responsibilities while driving, and most importantly, improving our attitude toward safe driving. Students learn proper attitude and techniques in the operation of motor vehicles and strengthen their knowledge of state motor vehicle laws.
As a result of poor driving behavior, courts frequently order juveniles to attend the course in order to help establish a lifetime of safe driving habits. Additionally, courts may refer traffic violators to a Traffic Survival School as a condition of sentencing.
Must attend in person
In the state of Arizona you cannot take Traffic Survival School online. The Arizona motor vehicle division requires that it be taken in person.
There is no test
Traffic survival school a eight hour course. If you choose all Valley Wide traffic survival school you will find that we have friendly instructors, clean classrooms and we strive hard to make traffic survival school and enjoyable experience. Throughout the day we will do several group activities, watch some videos and review traffic laws. We have fun in our classes. There is NO test!
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