The End With Extended Traffic School

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bluntly The statute that once allowed for 12-hour (extended) traffic school within 18-months of completing 8-hour traffic school will expire as of July 1, 2011. This means that drivers will no longer be eligible for traffic school once they have completed the 8-hour course within 18-months. Drivers granted 12-hour traffic school before July 1, 2011 must have it completed before June 30, 2011 in order to avoid getting an extra point on your driving record.

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