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Question by stephiemullen
Submitted on 3/24/2004
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If I got a ticket for speeding, can I pay the bail and request traffic school, will that keep me from obtaining points on my DMV record?

Answer by morris
Submitted on 5/9/2004
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California Speeding Ticket
Normally for a California speeding ticket you will receive what is known as a courtesy notice in the mail within about two weeks. It will state if you are eligible for traffic school and not have the speeding ticket show on your record. If you decide for traffic school you may be able to do it online at
<a href="http://www.trafficschoolonline.com/?lcode=4013">Online Traffic School</a>

If you do not receive the notice you are still required to show up on your court date. You are allowed to take traffic school only once in eighteen months.

<A href="http://www.speedingticketcentral.com/">
<B>Speeding Ticket Central</B></A>


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