Course for traffic offenders
COURSE FOR TRAFFIC OFFENDERS
Online courses are offered to fulfill the Driver Safety Course required in accordance with the Traffic Safety Program Standards adopted by the Conference of Illinois Chief Judges. Traffic offenders under the age of 21 who are requesting court supervision are required to complete a four hour training session on safe driving. The online course meets this requirement and is approved by the Third Judicial Circuit Court of Illinois.
For more information, call 618-641-5000.
- Online Class – $45
Registration and payment instructions for online classes: Traffic Safety School Instructions.
FIND OUT IF YOU NEED THE COURSE
Please call 618-277-6600, ext. 2339 (St. Clair County Circuit Clerk) for any questions related to your ticket and whether you need to take the driver safety course. We cannot answer legal questions as we are the driver safety class provider only.
We send your name to the St. Clair County Courthouse to let the courts know you have completed the course as required. We do not contact any office in Springfield.
Take your completion certificate to your court date as proof of completing the required driver safety training.
There is a short test at the end of each of four sections and an overall test at the end of the course to determine that you have learned the material.
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