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New Hampshire Traffic Violations

If you get caught speeding or committing some other traffic violation in New Hampshire, a law enforcement officer will issue you a citation on behalf of the New Hampshire court overseeing the jurisdiction where you committed the infraction. From here, you have several options.

You may simply want to pay the traffic violation fine and be done with it. In that case, review the front and back of the traffic citation to find contact information for the local New Hampshire court handling your traffic ticket. While you may be able to pay online or over the phone, your citation will at least contain a mailing address for you to send in a check or money order along with your traffic violation receipt. If you pay the ticket, you are in effect admitting guilt and can expect to have the traffic violation show up on your New Hampshire driving record. Also, if you plan on paying your traffic violation without dispute, make sure you pay the fine within the allotted time disclosed on the citation-most likely 30 days from when the traffic violation is processed by the DMV.

You may also want to dispute the ticket. If this is the case, again your citation will have information on how to plead not guilty. In doing so, you will be contacted by the New Hampshire Division of Motor Vehicles ("DMV") in the next week to ten days, providing you with a date to appear in court and contest the charges.

Finally, you may wish to appear in court and plead guilty. If you do so, you may also have an opportunity to seek permission from the court to participate in a New Hampshire traditional or online driver improvement program in order to have the traffic violation reduced or dismissed, as well as prevent detrimental points from showing up on your New Hampshire driving record.

New Hampshire Points System

New Hampshire employs a Demerit Point System for New Hampshire drivers in an effort to keep unskilled or unsafe drivers off the road. For each traffic violation you are found to have committed by the local New Hampshire court overseeing the ticket, the new Hampshire DMV will be notified and add points against your New Hampshire driving record. Examples of points assigned against you for various infractions include, but are not limited to:

  • Failing to obtain a New Hampshire License: 1 point
  • Disobeying Medical License Restrictions: 2 points
  • Driving an Unregistered Vehicle: 2 points
  • Failure to Yield: 3 points
  • Ignoring a Stop Sign or Red Light: 3 points
  • Tailgating: 3 points
  • Speeding by less than 25 mph: 3 points
  • Speeding by over 25 mph: 4 points
  • Reckless Driving: 6 points
  • Driving on a Suspended or Revoked License: 6 points
  • Driving Under the Influence: 6 points

If you aren't careful and end up with too many traffic violations on your New Hampshire driving record, you may find your New Hampshire driving privileges under suspension.

Suspension of Your New Hampshire Driving Privileges

Though there are other ways in which your New Hampshire driving privileges can be suspended, the most common way to lose your privileges is by committing too many traffic offenses in a given time span.

If you are at least 21 years old and you amass 12 points in a year against your New Hampshire driving record, the New Hampshire DMV will suspend your privileges for up to three months. 18 points on your New Hampshire driving record in two years will earn you a 6 month suspension. If you accumulate 24 points in a three-year timeframe, your New Hampshire driving privileges will be lost for an entire year.

Drivers under 21 have more severe penalties based on their relative inexperience behind the wheel compared with older New Hampshire drivers. New Hampshire drivers between the ages of 18-21 have similar suspensions based on their year, two-year and three-year New Hampshire driving history, but only need 9, 15, or 21 points to trigger those suspensions, rather than 12, 18 and 24 points.

New Hampshire drivers under 18 have even greater restrictions. If you incur just six points-just a single reckless driving charge, for example-your license will be suspended for 3 months. If you hit 12 points in two years, you will receive a six month suspension by the New Hampshire DMV and, after 18 points in three years, your New Hampshire driving privileges will be suspended for one full year.

Attending Traffic School in New Hampshire

There are several ways in which you can help yourself avoid these drastic penalties. First, at any point when your license may be suspended, you can request an administrative review by the New Hampshire Bureau of Hearings to discuss your situation. Depending on the circumstances of your recent traffic violations and your previous New Hampshire driving history, you may be able to avoid having your driving privileges revoked.

In addition, you have an opportunity in New Hampshire to attend traffic school or a driver improvement program in exchange for a reduction in points on your New Hampshire driving record. In some cases, you may be ordered by the court to participate in a New Hampshire traffic school or driver improvement program and receive a points reduction in exchange. However, you are also entitled by the State of New Hampshire to enroll in a New Hampshire traffic school or driver improvement program at any time to reduce the total amount of points against your New Hampshire driving record.

If you are ordered by the New Hampshire DMV to attend a New Hampshire driver improvement program, you will likely have to participate in one of the pre-approved New Hampshire traffic schools. These are all traditional classroom courses and can last anywhere from 6 to 8 hours.

If you have decided to contest your traffic violation or appear in New Hampshire court to plead guilty and see if the court will give you an opportunity to have the traffic violation reduced or dismissed, you may be also able to ask the court if an online New Hampshire traffic school or driver improvement program will qualify.

In addition, you can likely enroll in a New Hampshire online traffic school or driver improvement program to reduce the cost of your insurance. While this may seem like a lot of work for lower insurance premiums, those savings can total hundreds to thousands of dollars each year depending on your age, driving history and the severity of the traffic violations onyour new Hampshire driving record.

The Benefits of a Clean New Hampshire Driving Record

Online New Hampshire traffic school, defensive driving and driver improvement programs are an excellent method of keeping your New Hampshire driving record clear. In addition to the reduction or dismissal of traffic violations and New Hampshire driving record points that the New Hampshire DMV and New Hampshire courts may grant you, online traffic school teaches you valuable defensive driving skills that will help you avoid getting involved with a traffic violation altogether in the future. Further, online traffic school can be a great investment to help lower your long-term auto insurance expenses. Most insurance carriers heavily consider your driving record when setting your auto insurance premiums. The clearer your New Hampshire driving record is, the less likely you are to see those premiums increase.

New Hampshire Mature Drivers

New Hampshire Mature Drivers over the age of 50 are eligible in most circumstances to participate in a New Hampshire online traffic school or driver improvement program that can not only keep insurance costs low, but even qualify you for an additional Mature Driver discount. If you would like to learn more about these benefits associated with New Hampshire online traffic school, you should contact your New Hampshire auto insurance carrier, or get in touch with your local AARP office to see if you qualify you for a discount.

New Hampshire Juvenile Drivers

Similar insurance discount opportunities sometimes exist for Juvenile Drivers under the age of 18, as well. If you are under 18 or are a parent of an under-18 driver, your auto insurance carrier will be able to fill you in on the opportunities you have to lower your insurance premiums by enrolling in a New Hampshire online traffic school or driver improvement program.

New Hampshire Classroom Traffic Schools

The New Hampshire Department of Safety, in accordance with the New Hampshire DMV, provides New Hampshire drivers with a list of pre-approved, brick-and-mortar classroom settings for New Hampshire traffic school and driver improvement courses, should you be required or inclined to experience traffic school in a more traditional environment:

AAA (American Automobile Assoc.)

AARP Driver Safety Program

Accredited Defensive Driver Training of NH (Safety and Health Council)

American School of Defensive Driving

Driver Attitude 8-hour

Concord Community Education

D.D. O'Toole The Driving Experience

Derry Auto School

Drive Ability at Exeter Healthcare

Hampshire Driving School

Ingersoll Driving School

NH Driver Education Safety Center

NH Traffic Safety Institute

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NEW HAMPSHIRE FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Are all credit cards accepted for your GoToTrafficSchool.com New Hampshire online driver safety course?
Yes, all major credit cards are acceptable forms of payment for the GoToTrafficSchool.com New Hampshire online driver improvement course.
I am worried that I may not receive my New Hampshire certificate of completion on time so that I can get it to my court. What shipping options do you offer?
We have several convenient shipping options that will get your online traffic school certificate to you when you need it. If you select regular US Mail, your online New Hampshire traffic school will be delivered in 7-10 business days. If you select FedEx, you have the option of selecting Priority Overnight certificate completion delivery (by or before 10:30AM the next business morning), Standard Overnight certificate of completion delivery (by or before 5PM the next business day), Second Day delivery (by or before 5PM on the second business day), Express Delivery (by or before 5PM on the third business day), and if you complete your online New Hampshire traffic school course on a Friday we also offer FedEx Saturday Delivery (by or before 12PM on Saturday). 
Can the New Hampshire online defensive driving school website protect my security?

Absolutely! Our SSL-encrypted New Hampshire online traffic school website fully protects the safety and integrity of your sensitive information. There is no need to worry about unauthorized parties gaining access to your personal or credit card information.

I’m seeking a no-hassle New Hampshire ticket dismissal course, and from what I hear the GoToTrafficSchool.com New Hampshire online traffic school course would be ideal for me. Will the New Hampshire court approve it?
Not every court approves the GoToTrafficSchool.com New Hampshire online traffic school course. To find out where your New Hampshire court stands on the question of the GoToTrafficSchool.com internet traffic school course for ticket dismissal, the simplest thing is to consult your judge. Once you do that, you can experience the nation’s top provider of New Hampshire online ticket dismissal!
What is the price of your New Hampshire online traffic school course?
The price of our New Hampshire online traffic school course and our New Hampshire online defensive driving course depends on the state, county, and court in which you received your ticket.  However, the current New Hampshire online traffic school course price is .  Keep in mind that is the price of our internet New Hampshire traffic school only.  If you choose the New Hampshire traffic school video or DVD, New Hampshire traffic school streaming video or New Hampshire traffic school workbook courses the price may be slightly higher.  Select your desired New Hampshire driver safety course format during registration for accurate pricing information.
What will I be asked to do during the New Hampshire online driver safety course?
The only thing you will need to do is read the course material and take a multiple choice quiz at the end of each chapter. Then you must take and pass the New Hampshire online final exam in order for your certificate of completion to be mailed according to the delivery method you chose at registration. The only thing you need to provide for the New Hampshire online driver safety course is some spare time and a computer with internet access!
Can New Hampshire auto insurance policyholders get a discount on their premiums by taking the GoToTrafficSchool.com New Hampshire online traffic school course?
Many of those who take the GoToTrafficSchool.com New Hampshire online traffic school course will qualify for a premium discount, but not all New Hampshire insurance companies offer this. You should consult your New Hampshire insurance agent to find out if you qualify for a premium reduction upon successful completion of a New Hampshire online traffic school course.
Are there any special requirements when using a desktop home computer versus using a laptop for the New Hampshire online driver improvement course?
For the New Hampshire online defensive driving course, it is required that the computer have internet access and that it has the appropriate flash and browser requirements installed.  It does not matter whether it is a laptop or desktop computer. 

If I take New Hampshire online traffic school with GoToTrafficSchool.com, do I have to take the entire driver safety course at once or can I log on and off when I need?
You can take GoToTrafficSchool.com's New Hampshire online defensive driving course in one sitting or in as many sittings as needed.  It is completely up to you as this course is very flexible.  If you stop during one part of the course, the computer will track where you left off so that when you log back online you will be able to pick up your online traffic school course exactly where you left off.  GoToTrafficSchool.com is easy, fun and -- most importantly -- convenient!
I am confused about where my certificate of completion for the New Hampshire online traffic school course will be sent once I am finished.

Your New Hampshire online traffic school certificate of completion will be mailed to you or your court, upon completion of the course. All the information you need, including where your certificate will be mailed, will be given to you once you complete the registration process for the state of New Hampshire online traffic school course, the New Hampshire online defensive driving course or the New Hampshire workbook course.

Do I have time to get a refund of my New Hampshire online defensive driving school fee?

As long as your New Hampshire certificate of completion has not been shipped. To get a refund of your course fees for the New Hampshire online defensive driving school, you simply need to make the request at some time prior to completing the New Hampshire online traffic school course.

Do your New Hampshire online traffic school courses have features to help students who may have trouble reading large amounts of text?

Yes they do. For those who have trouble reading large amounts of text, our New Hampshire online traffic school courses feature a “read along” option that will help. It works by reading the New Hampshire driver safety course text aloud as you follow along with the online text.

Do courts have uniform rules with respect to people taking New Hampshire online driver safety courses for insurance reduction or ticket dismissal purposes?
Not all courts have the same rules about New Hampshire online driver safety courses like the one offered by GoToTrafficSchool.com. To be on the safe side, it doesn’t hurt to check with the New Hampshire court judge so there’s no doubt that our New Hampshire online driver safety course will satisfy yourcourt’s requirements.
I attended a New Hampshire defensive driving course two years ago. Do I have to wait any longer before I am eligible for the GoToTrafficSchool.com New Hampshire online defensive driving course?
If you took a previous defensive driving course at least 24 months ago, then you are most likely eligible to take the GoToTrafficSchool.com New Hampshire online defensive driving course. Most states limit defendants to just one defensive driving course every 12 or 24 months. To find out if yours does, we suggest consulting your New Hampshire court judge.
How can I pass the New Hampshire online traffic school or driver safety course if I do not do well on the quiz questions?
If you do not pass a certain New Hampshire online traffic school quiz, you will be allowed to go back and review so that you will be better prepared for the GoToTrafficSchool.com New Hampshire online driver improvement course final exam.
I would like to take the GoToTrafficSchool.com New Hampshire online driver improvement course, but I really need some point reduction on my New Hampshire driving record. Is this possible?
Yes it is possible.  Most states will allow you to take our New Hampshire online traffic school course to keep points from being applied to your New Hampshire driving record.  Although a few states may allow you to take the New Hampshire GoToTrafficSchool.com online driver safety course for the purpose of removing existing points from your driving record, this is generally not the case.
I would like to take your New Hampshire GoToTrafficSchool.com online driver improvement course. Do I need to take it in the same state where my New Hampshire traffic citation was issued, or can it be taken elsewhere?
The great thing about the GoToTrafficSchool.com New Hampshire online defensive driving, New Hampshire traffic school and New Hampshire driver improvement courses is that they can be taken from any computer with internet access!  However, if you got a ticket in New Hampshire then you must enroll in our New Hampshire online traffic school course.  If you take an online defensive driving course for a state or country other than the state or country in which you received your citation, the New Hampshire court may reject your certificate and you may not get credit for the course.
If my New Hampshire ticket due date is tomorrow, can I take this New Hampshire online defensive driving course?
Maybe.  Depending upon the certificate of completion delivery requirements of your court or state, it may not be possible for GoToTrafficSchool.com to get a New Hampshire online traffic school or New Hampshire online defensive driving certificate to you in time.  GoToTrafficSchool.com has a 4PM Pacific Standard Time shipping cutoff time for Federal Express, which means if you complete your course after the cutoff it will not be shipped until the following business day.  We recommend that you leave yourself plenty of time to complete the New Hampshire online driver improvement course before your New Hampshire court due date.  In some cases, a court may grant you an extension but that is up to the course.  If your court due date is in less than 48 hours, you should talk to your court about what your options are before enrolling in this New Hampshire internet driver safety program.
I may have to attend a New Hampshire driver improvement course. Will my New Hampshire court judge accept the GoToTrafficSchool.com New Hampshire online defensive driving school course?
To remove all doubts about the rules of your New Hampshire court regarding online defensive driving schools like ours, we urge you to first ask the New Hampshire judge if you can take traffic school online at GoToTrafficSchool.com.  If the New Hampshire court judge specifically told you to enroll in the GoToTrafficSchool.com New Hampshire driver safety course online, then of course you can register with us.
Will my state allow me to take the GoToTrafficSchool.com New Hampshire online defensive driving course, and is it a real alternative to a classroom New Hampshire defensive driving course?
Don’t assume that your state will authorize a New Hampshire online defensive driving course. Instead, you should contact the court that has jurisdiction over your traffic citation to make sure. The GoToTrafficSchool.com online defensive driving course can be a life-saver, assuming your state approves it. The course can be taken from any computer that has internet access, and it sure beats sitting for hours in a classroom!
Is there a way for GoToTrafficSchool.com to dismiss multiple traffic citations?
For the most part, courts will not allow you to dismiss several traffic tickets by taking a single online driver safety course. Additionally, in most states defendants are only eligible to take a traffic school, driver safety, driver improvement or point reduction class once every 12, 18 or 24 months. Eligibility information about ticket dismissal for New Hampshire can be found in the "eligibility details" section.  If no eligibility details for your New Hampshire court are present, please contact your court to make sure that you can enroll in an online traffic school course to dismiss your citation.
What’s the ID verification process that GoToTrafficSchool.com uses for its New Hampshire online traffic school course?
Most courts do not ask for ID verification. ID verification, when it is used, will be in the form of a proctored final exam, a notarized final exam answer sheet or a limited credit check.  We will inform you if your New Hampshire court requires an ID check. ID checks are done so that courts can know that no one else is taking the New Hampshire online traffic school in your place.
May I still take the New Hampshire online defensive driving course through either a streaming video or DVD format if I do not have an internet connection?
Yes, you can choose either one!  GoToTrafficSchool.com offers internet traffic school, streaming video traffic school and DVD traffic school formats.  Please check with your New Hampshire court for more information about the availability of certain New Hampshire online ticket dismissal course formats.
I forgot my password. How can I get the New Hampshire online traffic school course password?
It is not a problem!  Just click “forgot password” on the login screen if you forget your GoToTrafficSchool.com New Hampshire online traffic school course password.  In a matter of seconds, GoToTrafficSchool.com will then email your New Hampshire online defensive driving course password to you!
What is the period of time that I am allowed to finish the New Hampshire online defensive driving course?
As a rule, all New Hampshire internet traffic school course accounts are disabled after 6 months (180 days) from the date of your online traffic school registration at GoToTrafficSchool.com.  The good news is that GoToTrafficSchool.com will send emails to you if you have not logged into your New Hampshire online driver safety or New Hampshire online defensive driving course in a while so you don't forget! 
At registration for the GoToTrafficSchool.com New Hampshire internet ticket dismissal course, is my personal information protected?
Absolutely!  GoToTrafficSchool.com values and respects the privacy of our customers.  We will not share, sell or distribute your personal information to any third party, unless we are required to do so by a government entity or court in order to process the New Hampshire internet defensive driving course, New Hampshire internet ticket dismissal course or New Hampshire internet traffic school course.  Please refer to our privacy policy link on the GoToTrafficSchool.com homepage for more detailed information about GoToTrafficSchool.com's privacy policy.
What happens if I lose my GoToTrafficSchool.com New Hampshire online traffic school course time because my internet connection failed?
Don't worry...if your internet connection fails in the middle of the New Hampshire online defensive driving course, we can help!  If you lose course time, fail a quiz or the final exam as a result of loss of internet connectivity, contact the GoToTrafficSchool.com customer service center immediately and we will do our best to make sure you are not penalized for something that is beyond your control.  Rest easy!

Online defensive driving and online traffic school courses also offered in these New Hampshire counties:

Belknap Coos Merrimack Strafford
Carroll Grafton Rockingham Sullivan
Cheshire Hillsborough

Online defensive driving and online traffic school courses also offered in these New Hampshire cities:

Berlin Franklin Lebanon Portsmouth
Claremont Keene Manchester Rochester
Concord Laconia Nashua Somersworth
Dover

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