How do I know if I am eligible to take Defensive Driving?
If none of the following pertain to you, you will be eligible to take Defensive Driving:
Person's holding a commercial driver's license at time of offense; non Texas driver's license; speeding 25 mph or more over the posted speed limit; committing a traffic offense in a construction zone when workers are present; passing a school bus loading or unloading children; if you have taken the class for another ticket dismissal within 12 months or are currently taking the class for another ticket dismissal.

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1. How do I appear for court virtually?
2. Why didn't I receive an email with the virtual court information?
3. Why am I still in the waiting room?
4. What if I can't do virtual court?
5. Can I make a payment online?
6. Why am I unable to pull up my citation online?
7. Why am I unable to pay my citation online?
8. Can I take Defensive Driving to have my ticket dismissed?
9. How do I know if I am eligible to take Defensive Driving?
10. How long do I have to take the Defensive Driving class?
11. What are the requirements to take a Defensive Driving class?
12. Can I show my proof of insurance at the clerk's window?
13. Can I show proof that I have renewed my registration sticker at the clerk's window?
14. How do I reset my court date?
15. Can I reset my court date the same day I have court?
16. Can I reset my court date over the phone?
17. When do I have to pay the court costs?
18. Can I be placed on a payment plan?
19. Will I have to pay a fine if I have renewed my sticker?
20. Is there a fee for using a credit card?
21. What credit cards do you accept?
22. Can I show up to court at anytime?
23. Can I pay with someone else's credit card?
24. Can I bring a book or newspaper to court?
25. Can I pay my ticket at any court?
26. Can I be placed on deferred for my ticket?
27. Can I request my driving record on line?