We offer two types of driving school:
1. Driving School for those under the age of 21 when they received their citation
2. Driving School for those 21 or over when they received their citation.
Those under the age of 21 must report to court at the date and time listed on the citation. Prior to the beginning of court, one of the court clerks will make an announcement for those interested in driving school to come forward. At that time, the clerk will explain the requirements. If approved, you will sign and swear to an affidavit stating that you meet the requirements. Also, if approved, you do not pay a court fine, but do pay a fee to the driving school you attend (normally $35-$45). Additionally, the citation will be removed from your driving history.
In order to attend the 21 and over driving school, you must appear at our office Monday through Friday from 8-5 and speak with one of the court clerks to determine your eligibility. You must also sign and swear to an affidavit stating that you meet the requirements. If approved, you must pay your fine, assessments, and a $10.00 state fee. Also, the driving school will charge an additional fee (normally $35-$45). After you attend and complete the school, the citation will be removed from your driving record.
*** Providing false information on a driving school application constitutes perjury which carries a maximum penalty of $10,000 and/or 10 years in prison. ***