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Pinellas County Traffic School Guide

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3 Easy Steps to Traffic School for Pinellas County Florida:

Ticket Not in Pinellas county? Check our list of Florida Counties.

Step 1: Sign up for Traffic School

Go to www.123driving.com The Internet course is $27.39 (the home video course is $32.95.) Or call 1-888-272-1493 to sign up.

Want to know how traffic school works? Read How Traffic School Works

Step 2: Pay your fine to the Pinellas County Clerk

  • Pay Your Reduced Fine Amount
  • Include Your Citation Number or a Copy of your Citation
  • Inform the Pinellas County Clerk you're taking Traffic School

Step 3: Submit your Traffic School Certificate of Completion

After paying your fine, you have an additional 30 days or more (depending on county) to complete and submit your Traffic School Certificate to the Clerk's office.

Detailed Information

You are Eligible if:

  • You have a valid Florida Drivers License
  • You have not taken Traffic School in the last 12 months
  • You have not taken Traffic School more then five (5) times in your life

You Have More Time Than You Think

  • You have 30 days to pay your ticket and elect Traffic School, and at least another 30 days to complete Traffic School
  • The Internet and home video courses let you come and go on your own schedule and are approved in all 67 counties in the state of Florida, including Pinellas County

Pinellas County Clerk of Court Information

Glossary of terms related to Traffic School

BDI stands for Basic Driver Improvement and is the common name used for the 4-hour traffic school course required to avoid points for a ticket in Florida.

Defensive Driving and Driver instruction are other names for this traffic school course.

DATA is term used to desribe the Drug Alcohol Traffic Awareness course required to get a Florida learners permit.

The DATA course is also known as TLSAE (Traffic Law Substance Abuse Education)

About Florida Drivers Association: The Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles has approved Florida Drivers Association traffic school courses in all 67 counties in Florida. Florida Drivers Association is not associated with Clerk of Court offices, Pinellas County Clerk of Court, Circuit Court, or DMV and recommends you contact the Pinellas County Clerk's office directly if you have questions regarding your ticket.

Florida Drivers Association provides Florida online driver safety education courses and traffic school also known as the Basic Driver Improvement course to the public. Other courses offered include the Florida Learners Permit four-hour DATA (Drug Alcohol Traffic Awareness) also known as Traffic Laws Substance Abuse Education and the Learners Permit DMV Exam (DMV Test) to obtain a Florida Learners Permit License.

In addition Florida Drivers Association offers court ordered traffic school courses and insurance discount courses for drivers over the age of 55.

Florida Drivers Association courses are recognized in many other states such as California. If you do not have a Florida drivers license please check with your DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles) to confirm they will honor our traffic school course.

Questions? Email us at help@123driving.com or call 1-888-272-1493.
To contact the Pinellas County Clerk office go to their Website (click here)

Thank you.
The Florida Drivers Association
Relax, slow down, drive safe
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Disclaimer: The Florida Drivers Association is not associated with Pinellas County's Clerk of Court and recommends you contact the Clerk of Court office directly to confirm all information presented here.



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