Orlando Traffic School Information

For Orlando Traffic Tickets / Moving Violations

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Orlando is the county seat for Orange County Florida and Orange county recorded over 44,000 speeding tickets in 2017. If you plead guilty and pay your fine then you will get points on your drivers license and your auto insurance will likely go up. Orange County FL makes it simple and painless to elect traffic school and submit your completion information with an online system.

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$19.95 is your total cost. When you complete your Florida traffic school course you choose the traffic school certificate delivery method that works with your timeline. If you need your certificate quickly you can get it via email, or next day or second day. Emails typically arrive within a few minutes but allow up to 2 hours. You can also get your certificate via regular mail. Full refunds issued for any course not completed.

Taking Traffic School in Florida

When you receive a Traffic Ticket in Florida you have 3 choices:

  1. Pay the fine, plead guilty and receive points on your drivers license.
  2. Request a Court Date if you think you can prove you are not guilty of the violation.
  3. Elect Traffic School by paying the fine to a clerk of the court (in this case Orange County Florida) and completing a traffic school election form.

Traffic Tickets Issued in Orange County Florida in 2017

Orlando Area (Orange County FL) Tickets - 2017:

  • Speeding - 44,505
  • Red Light Camera - 47,772
  • Careless Driving - 15,594
  • Speeding 15-19 MPH - $269.00
  • Speeding 20-29 MPH - $294.00
  • Speeding 30 MPH and over - $369.00

- Electing Traffic School for a Ticket in Orlando

You Elect Traffic School when you pay your fine to the Orange County clerk of court. Orange County lets you elect traffic school when you pay your fine for your traffic ticket. Then your case remains open until you submit your certificate indicating you completed your course. Orange County makes it easy with an online option to submit your traffic school completion certification.