At Defensive Drivers Group Traffic School we know a few tricks to taking traffic school in Alameda, California. This guide shares those traffic school tips for students working with the Alameda Superior Court Traffic Division.
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Follow these steps to take traffic school for Alameda County:
39439 Paseo Padre Parkway
Fremont, CA 94538
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Oakland, CA 94607
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Dublin, CA 94568
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In general, you may attend traffic school if you have not attended traffic school in California in the past 18 months and have a valid California license. (The 18 months is from the date of violation to the date of violation.) Your courtesy notice will say if you are eligible for traffic school.
The Alameda court will send a reminder notice to the address listed on the citation, along with:
You must take care of your traffic ticket on time - even if you do not get a reminder notice.
You may check online to see if the Alameda traffic court received your Certificate of Completion at this link. Wait five to seven business days after completion of traffic school to give the court time to process the certificate.
Check your driver record with the DMV here. It's $2 per check and only the driver may check his or her California driver record. Once you have successfully paid for your record ($2.00), you will be prompted to view and print your record.
For other services and information go to the California DMV site at https://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/dmv/dmv/home
Note: This page is for informational purposes only to help traffic school students who need to work with the Alameda Superior Court Traffic Division. This information may change at any time, and it is up to the reader to verify this information with the court or other relevant parties.
The Alameda court says, that "If you are not going to be able to complete the school and return the Certificate of Completion to the court by the due date, you must request a one time 30 day extension of time. This can be done online, by phone, or in person."
Payments may be made online, using our automated phone system (IVR) 1-866-822-0560, by mail, and in person.
To pay by Internet
Click this link to pay your citation online. VISA and MasterCard accepted. Please note: Some citations cannot be processed online.
To pay by telephone
You can pay your citation over the telephone using our Automated Phone System (IVR) 1-866-822-0560. You will need a touch-tone telephone and a credit card (VISA and MasterCard accepted). Please follow the instructions on your courtesy notice for the appropriate phone number to call. There is a $6.00 convienence fee to use this service. Please note: Some citations cannot be processed using the Automated Phone System.
To pay by mail
Write your docket number on your check and all correspondence. Make checks/money orders payable to CLERK OF THE COURT. Mail the return portion of the courtesy notice and payment to the Court address listed on the courtersy notice. VISA and MasterCard accepted.
To pay in person
Visit the courthouse's Traffic Division to pay your Citation, at the Traffic counter. VISA and MasterCard accepted.
You must post the full bail amount and any required proof of correction fee, and a non-refundable, State-mandated administrative fee. Payment in full must be received prior to applying for traffic school. Traffic schools also charge a separate tuition that includes the cost of your completion certificate. The amount of tuition varies. Call the school of your choice for the exact amount of tuition. Home Study/Internet courses are also available.
Payment may be made online, using our IVR phone system, by mail, or in person.
Alameda County, California, was established in 1853. The County was created from the territory of two counties created in 1850: Contra Costa and Santa Clara. It was given the local name for the region, Alameda, which translated loosely as "a grove of poplars." The County enjoys a varied geography ranging from urban marinas to rolling open spaces to hillside lakes and streams. Alameda is the seventh most populous county in California, and has 14 incorporated cities and several unincorporated communities. The total population is estimated to be 1,510,271 as of April 2010, a 4.6% increase from April 2000. During the same time period, California's population rose 10%. Oakland is the seat of County government and the largest city. (Source.)
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