Easy to complete.
Very low cost. $ 16.99 for all counties and courts.
No hidden fees.
Secure payment system.
Website available to students, 24-7 365 days, including holidays.
Take quizzes and final exam as many times as needed at no extra charge.
Take the course at your leisure, the course is not timed.
Exit and enter the course anytime, your work automatically saved
Designed for people with limited computer skills.
Office phone hours are Monday through Friday 8 AM to 5 PM PST. Should you have a question outside of normal business hours; an instructor will call you or return your e-mail the next morning during normal business hours.
You may register for and start our online internet traffic violators school program anytime 24 hours a day, seven days a week without the need to call us. Log on to our internet website at www.allamericanhomestudy.com click on the registration tab and follow the prompts.
This is a Internet Traffic Violator School Course, not a Driving School
Course content is limited to traffic violator curricula approved by the Department of Motor Vehicles. Students participating include traffic offenders, repeat traffic offenders, adults, and teenagers, and those who have and those who have not been referred by a court. Instructor training, business regulatory standards, and Vehicle Code requirements of traffic violator schools are not equal to the training, standards, and Vehicle Code requirements of licensed driving schools (California Vehicle Code Section 11200(b)(1))."
When can I take traffic school?
You can take a Internet traffic school once every eighteen months for one traffic violation in one county, court or jurisdiction with the court's permission. You cannot take traffic school for some traffic violations such as: DUI's, manslaughter, leaving the scene of an accident, leaving the scene of an accident with injures, etc. The DMV and the court will now check your driving record to determine if you have already taken a traffic school for a violation any other county, court or jurisdiction within an eighteen month period before giving you permission to take a traffic school.
As of July 1, 2011 your first traffic violation within an eighteen month period will not be dismissed, it will show as a (Conviction-masked) and will be masked on your record with no points on your drivers license record. Any other violations during the eighteen month period in any county, court or other jurisdiction will show as a conviction with points on your drivers license record.
Department of Motor Vehicles Legal Notice and Disclaimer:
The Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) recognizes private enterprises right to advertise and distribute information related to their business functions. DMV promotes the free exchange of information, ideas, and opinions, except when the content may invade personal privacy, violate property rights, constitute libel, or be a violation of any applicable federal, state, or local laws. While this lesson plan content may have been approved by DMV, the distribution, advertising and other information provided by this vendor is not guaranteed by DMV, nor does it represent the views of the department. You are advised that DMV, unless statutorily required, has no continuing obligation to provide information to this web site or printed publication. DMV assumes no responsibility for erroneous, incomplete or out-of-date information. The user should contact the provider and/or DMV to ensure that the information herein is current and accurate. All warranties of any kind, including but not limited to the IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, and freedom from contamination by computer viruses and non-infringement of proprietary rights ARE DISCLAIMED. You are advised that DMV is not responsible for the content of any off-site pages referenced from or to this web site or home-study publication. In addition, DMV and the State of California are not responsible for the content of files that are uploaded for inclusion. The user should not rely on the presentation of statutes or regulations referenced in this web site, but should consult the actual text of the law. Legal requirements frequently change and the user may wish to seek the advice of counsel. If you find any errors, omissions or have a complaint regarding the educational content, we encourage you to report them to the education provider. In the event the issue is not resolved to your satisfaction you call the Department at (916) 229-3154
Masking of Citations on your DMV record
There are certain exemptions to having your citation masked on your driving record that you should be aware of prior to completing this traffic school. Your citation will not be masked in the following situations:
a. A driver who has already attended a traffic violator school course within the last 18 months would not be eligible to have their violation masked on their record
b. A driver who holds a commercial driver license would not be eligible to have his or her violation masked on their record
c. A driver who holds a commercial driver license from another state would not be eligible to have their violation masked on their record (These prohibitions are authorized under Vehicle Code section 42005 (b) and comply with Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations.)
CVC 43005 (b) Pursuant to Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations, the court may not order or permit a person who holds a class A, class B, or commercial class C driver's license to complete a licensed traffic violator school, in lieu of adjudicating any traffic offense or order that a conviction of a traffic offense by a person holding a class A, class B, or commercial class C driver's license be kept confidential.
d. Pursuant to CVC 41501, a driver who has not paid a deposit of fees or bail, and has not pled guilty or no contest, or has not been convicted by the court of jurisdiction would not be eligible to have his or her violation masked on their record.
e. Pursuant to CVC 42205(c)(2), a driver who has a conviction which would result in a point count of more than one point on the record would not be eligible to have their violation masked on their record.
Note: If you have a Class A, B, or commercial C drivers license you cannot take a traffic school for any traffic violation even if you are driving your personal vehicle after work hours.
By enrolling in this online traffic school program, you are agreeing to provide specific information to enroll in the course. The information is necessary to enable the school to report completion of the course to the appropriate court and the Department of Motor Vehicles.
The FEDERAL/DISTRICT COURTS listed on our website are used for violations received on a military base, a federal government facility or in a national park! If you did not receive your ticket in one these federal locations then you choose the correct county and superior court jurisdiction where you received your violation (As noted on your citation).
How do I log back into the course after I have logged off?
To log back into the course after you have logged off you will click on ( Student Login ) tab on the homepage then enter your ( User ID and Password ) this will take you back into the course where you can continue where you left off.
When you register for the course a screen comes up with your User ID and password with instructions to write down the User ID and password because you will need them to re-enter the course also the program auto generates an e-mail to the student's e-mail address with the User ID and password.
I have already paid the court; do I have to pay for the All American Home Study Traffic School Violator course as well?
You are still required to make a payment directly to All American Home Study Traffic School. The fees you have paid to the Court make you eligible to take traffic school and are an administration fee that covers the cost of processing your request by the court. This processing fee is completely independent from any and all fees required by All American Home Study Traffic School.
Payment options and methods
You can pay online with a credit card, debit card or e-check Via Authorize.net.
After you complete chapter two you will be asked to make payment for the course. You will be linked to the credit card, debit card and e-check processing service where you can make payment for the course. The payment processing service website is secure and encrypted to make your on-line purchase safe.
Pay with a check or money order by mail.
If choosing this option you will need to contact our staff by telephone and notify us you are sending a check or money order. We will need to manipulate your student file so you can continue with the course until payment is received. The check must be received and clear the bank before a completion receipt can be process and electronically sent. This process can take up to ten days.
Please mail your check or money order to:
All American Home Study Traffic School
440 D Ward Rd.
Jonesborough, Tn. 37659
How long will it take me to complete the course?
The great thing about this course is that you work at your own pace. Everyone reads at different speeds and this program will allow you to proceed at your own speed. The faster you read, and comprehend the course reading material the faster you will complete the course.
What is the hidden word?
As required by the DMV a hidden word has been placed somewhere in the chapter text. This is to make sure the student is reading the course material. There will be a different but similar phrase in front of the hidden word in each chapter or section to let you know that the following word is the hidden word (example - the code word for this chapter or section is XXXXXXXX) You must locate this hidden word and write this word down, because when you finish the chapter it will be the first question on the chapter quiz. You must answer the hidden word quiz question correctly in order to take the rest of the chapter quiz and continue the course.
How many quizzes/exams are there?
This Traffic School internet course is designed in 6 sections. Each section has a 10 question practice quiz (multiple-choice and true/false). The final exam consists mostly of 25 questions mainly taken directly from the chapter quizzes. You must pass the final exam with a score of 70% or higher.
Can I review the chapter study guides before I take the final exam?
Yes, you can review the study guides before you take the final exam. When you get to page just before the final exam page you may click on any of the study guides shown on the page and review the chapter material.
Note: You will not be able to access the chapter material before you reach the final exam unless you fail a chapter quiz, if this happens you will be sent back to the chapter study guide to review the material and retake the quiz.
What happens after I complete the final exam?
The traffic school completion receipt will be sent electronically immediately after the student completes the traffic school course via the Secure Completion Receipt Management System to the DMV. The DMV will process the completion receipt and send the completion information to the appropriate court. The court will then process the information and the student will be notified of their case disposition. The student will receive nothing from the traffic violator school.
STATE OF IDAHO REQUIREMENTS- Taking this course may remove up to 3pts. From your record
Transportation Dept. requires a 6 hr. timed course; this course is timed 6 hrs.
Also in many cases you will NOT have a case number, enter N/A during registration.
Your court may not always require a date of completion due; enter your desired date to complete by.
Transportation Dept. also requires you to have your identity verified (proof of who you are. Here are some options available to you, SEE BELOW~
STATE OF IDAHO ONLY- VERIFICATION REQUIREMENT THRU IDOLOGY- $9.00 ONLINE OPTION ONLY
A small percentage of users may not receive confirmation of identity when utilizing this method due to the lack of information contained within the ID Verification database, through IDOLOGY. Some issues, but not all, that may result in failure may be; the user's lack of history, Example: (recently moved out of parents house) (still living at parents, attending college, or in military) (less than two years employed) incorrect information provided by the user, user is a teenager, and possibly up to age 25. (If you do not have adequate address history (at two years at current your home address), purchase history, or other identifying history do not attempt to use this id verification process).
It is important that if you entered a PO Box when you registered to the Traffic School that when you ENTER IDOLOGY WEBSITE TO CHANGE YOUR ADDRESS TO YOUR PHYSICAL ADDRESS AT THIS TIME. YOU WILL HAVE MORE HISTORY DATA THAT MAY BE OBTAINED BY IDOLOGY BY DOING SO. This will not affect your address where your certificate of completion is being mailed to by the Traffic School.
The traffic school program does not have access to your credit history or any control over who will pass or fail and is not responsible for failure of identity verification.
During the verification process you will be asked to enter certain information to begin the process. Only enter what is requested, don't omit any information more than what is requested. Then double check your entries for typing errors, omissions, and incorrect information before submitting the information (If they are unable to match the information you entered with the information for your history you will fail at that point, and the $9.00 fee will be collected. If you are advanced to the next part of the ID verification process you will be given a selection of three to six questions for verification.
If you fail a question, an alternate question will be given, however, if a third question is failed you will have failed the ID Verification process and the Traffic School will be notified. Each question is timed and you will be given 60 seconds to answer before an incorrect answer is registered. If you fail the ID Verification process you are welcome to try again for an additional fee $9.00. Whether you pass, fail, or your ID verification is terminated/expired because you opened a new session / BACK BROWSED (BACK ARROWED) logged back in after completing the ID verification process and before completing the final exam and submitting it for grading.
Can I get a hard copy of my completion receipt after I complete the course?
Yes. Your completion receipt will be sent electronically to the DMV and the court, However, if you need a hard copy of your completion receipt for your personal records, or for your insurance company, we will be happy to mail you one for a small fee.
The cost for a hard copy of your completion receipt ( certificate) is:
Regular USPS mail delivery $10.00
+Fed Ex 2-Day delivery $25.00
+Fed Ex Overnight delivery $35.00
Remember, Fed Ex cannot deliver to a post office box or the court. We only use Standard Fed Ex for express deliveries, which means there are no Saturday or Sunday pickups or deliveries.
Just give us a phone call at 1-800-240-1110 make payment for the mail delivery option that you require and we will send you a hard copy of your certificate.
Your computer tells you page cannot be displayed, or is blank or other problems.
Students who are using Mac Computers and the Mac browsers (Safari or Netscape) or other non-standard browsers may need to change the browser to Internet Explorer. Firewall programs, popup blocker programs and cyber sitting programs (programs that control what children can access on the computer) can also cause problems with displaying certain web pages. If the above actions don't solve the program you may need to disable the programs until you complete the course.
Is my information confidential?
Absolutely! It's secure with us! This traffic school respects your privacy by not sharing, selling, disseminating, or distributing your personal information to anybody.