Nobody likes taking traffic school, but taking it online is a bit more tolerable than in a classroom. The only problem is, so many online traffic schools exist that it’s almost impossible to know which one to choose. Some of these online traffic schools are so poorly designed I sometimes wonder if some random people are creating these “schools” in their basements. In all honesty, that is highly possible! The good news is, not all online traffic schools are bad.
Believe it or not, there is somebody out there that has such a boring life, he has the time to take various online traffic schools, create a website, and write reviews about those schools. As you might have guessed, that person who has way too much time on his hands is me (hey, how’s it goin’). As a matter of fact, not only did I review a whole bunch of traffic schools, I have certain recommendations for each individual state.
You might be wondering right about now, “why the hell would this guy spend time reviewing online traffic schools?” Fair question. The answer is, I have an unhealthy obsession with driving. When I was about 6 years old, I already had compiled thousands of matchbox cars, dozens of plastic Big Wheel tires, and turned my bike into a tractor-trailer by tying a Radio Flyer wagon to the back. When I became an adult, not much changed. I became a truck driver, a certified driving instructor, and am still obsessed. The only difference is I donated my Matchbox Cars long ago (I’m never giving up my Big Wheel!). Oh, and did I mention I also assisted in creating a free online commercial drivers license training program? I know what to look for with these traffic school and online defensive driving courses. I know how to check for their licensing, I know what makes them especially boring, and I know exactly what to look for when evaluating them.
Some people become great doctors, others become teachers, police officers, or firefighters. Somehow, my path in life led me to reviewing online traffic schools. I’m still trying to figure out how this all happened.
My Generally Recommended Online Traffic Schools
The below online traffic schools are the most widely used and are certified in most states. For more state-specific options choose your state below, but for those who want a quick overview, there are the schools I’d stick with…
Top 4 Best Online Traffic Schools
Ok, now, before I get to my recommended online traffic schools, I feel the need to give you a fair and early warning. Online traffic school sucks. There, I said it. I can’t think of a much worse way to spend your time than to sit in a classroom or read through a website about safe driving statistics and advice. With that said, the below courses are about as good as it gets (yes, I’ve gone through them personally).
So here ya go… just choose your state and I’ll tell you what the best online traffic school is. Bonus – I also provide you with discount codes so you can save a few bills.
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