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  • "Love this course ! I recommend it to everyone. It is easy and fun ... "
    - Amanda R, - TX, United States
  • "It was not boring. It kept me paying attention!"
    - H Lopez, - TX, United States
  • "Fun and each video was different!"
    - Loretta F, - TX, United States
  • "Very entertaining yet educational."
    - Michelle C, - TX, United States
  • "Loved the short clips and the notes for reading."
    - Norma A, - TX, United States
  • "Concise, humorous, informative and flexible"
    - John O, - TX, United States
  • "Great course - and kept it entertaining!"
    - Brett E, - TX, United States
  • "it was easy to follow and informative"
    - Anonymous Customer,
  • "How short and straight to the point each video was."
    - Robert F, TX
  • "It was very entertaining and informative!"
    - Cheryl S, TX
  • "Told me everything of driving right and driving wrong"
    - Adrian A, TX
  • "That it explained what is required for driving"
    - Elizabeth R, TX
  • "It really was very amusing/funny and informative too"
    - Barry R, TX
  • "It was challenging but not too difficult."
    - Jacey M, TX
  • "The course was quick and while cheesy kept me here"
    - Dylan R, TX

Fines and Penalties

You will still have to pay the civil fine when you attend a driver improvement course. However, when you take a driver improvement course, the civil fine may be reduced by up to 18 percent as required by law. This reduction is from the amount indicated by the ticketing officer on the traffic citation. To find out exactly how much your fine will be because of taking a driver improvement course, you may contact the Traffic Division of the Clerk of the Courts in the county where you received the citation.


If you live in another county, you must still contact the county where you received the citation. The ticketing officer may have provided you with an envelope, which can be used to indicate your desire to attend a driver improvement course; or you may need to visit or contact the Clerk of the Courts office for additional information required by that county.

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