IMPORTANT COURSE PRICE INFORMATION
The total cost to attend this defensive driving course includes the following fees:
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GoToTrafficSchool.com Course Fee
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Reason for Attending
Court Diversion Fee*
Arizona Supreme Court Fee
Arizona State Surcharge Fee
Identity Verification Fees
You may select either of the following identity verification options prior to taking the final exam:
- Option 1) Experian, $14.95
- Option 2) Notarized Statement of Assurance (fees determined by notary)
TOTAL COURSE COST
+ Verification Fee
*Not applicable for non-diversion attendance. Also, the court diversion fee displayed here only applies to violations dated April 1, 2012 or later. If your violation was issued before April 1, 2012, you must pay the old court diversion fee which will be displayed after you have entered your violation date during registration.
IMPORTANT ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION
Eligible to Take this Course?
If it's been at least 12 months since your last Arizona violation which was dismissed
by taking a defensive driving course, you are eligible to take defensive driving.
Commercial Drivers License holders are not eligible to take this course.
To find out if your violation is eligible for diversion, you can review a list of
eligible violations here:
What You Need to Register
In order to register for this course you will need to provide the following:
- A copy of your traffic violation
- A copy of your driver's license or other government issued identification
- A signed student information form (downloaded after registration)
- Full payment for the course is required before you can start the course
7 Day Rule
You are required to complete your course at least 7 days before your court due
date. If you are close to your court due date, you may want to request
an extension from the court.
Time Required to Complete the Course
This course will take a minimum of 4 hours to complete and must be completed in a maximum of 4.5 hours.
Once you have started the GoToTrafficSchool.com course, the Arizona Supreme Court
requires that there be no refunds for any court or state fees unless: a) an officer
fails to file a citation with a court and the cited person attends a diversion course
for that citation; b) when a citation is dismissed by a jurisdictional court on
its own motion, for technical problems that are not correctable under civil traffic
rules (rules of the court); c) the court requests the refund to be granted.
Supreme Court Information
If you would like to contact the Arizona Supreme Court, you may do so by visiting
the Court's website at
or by calling 888-334-5565.