Certificate Tracking

Certificate Tracking

When you finish your online driver improvement course, you want to make sure that everything will be taken care of. Because in the State of Oklahoma, driver safety programs are approved by each court separately, there may be certain certificate of completion requirements that differ to that of other courthouses.

If you are dealing with any of the following courts, we will send your certificate of completion directly to the courthouse within a 24-hour period upon graduation for FREE:

  • Cleveland Municipal Court
  • Jones Municipal Court
  • Oklahoma City Court

For any other court that is not listed above, we are required to send your certificate of completion to you once you graduate. We send all certificates for FREE via USPS mail. You will receive your certificate within a 7-10 business day period. If you need your certificate quicker than the allotted time frame, you are able to upgrade your mailing options through one of our available rush processing options.

If you know that your completion certificate is already on its way to either the courthouse or yourself, you are able to log back in with your username and password and track your certificate.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Why should I take Oklahoma Driver Improvement?

    When you receive a traffic ticket, points will be added to and have a negative effect on your driving record. When you accumulate a certain amount of points, you could lose your driving privileges, in more serious cases. To avoid outcomes like this, most courthouses will give you the option of attending a driver safety course. Taking our Oklahoma defensive driving course will not only help you keep points from hurting your record, it will also stop your auto insurance from skyrocketing. Additionally, our online program will help you become a better defensive driver and possibly avoid tickets in the future.

  • How long does it take to get the certificate?

    All courses throughout the state are court approved, so different courts will have differing requirements. For example, if you’re issuing court is the Oklahoma City Court, Cleveland Municipal Court, or the Jones Municipal Court, we will send your completion certificate directly to the courthouse within a 24-hour period. For all other courthouses in the state, we will be required to send you the certificate. We send all certificates out via standard USPS mail, so please allow 7-10 business days to receive your completion certificate from the time of your graduation. If you need your certificate of completion quicker than this given time period, you may upgrade your shipping options.

  • How long does it take to get the certificate?

    Because of security reasons, it is impossible for you to print your own certificate, so the original certificate must be sent directly from our office to you or the court. In most cases, we will mail you the certificate, but for the following courts only, we will fax the certificate to the court for you: Cleveland, Jones, Norman, and Oklahoma City. You can also order a certificate copy to mailed to you. When you enroll, you may choose regular mail or expedited service.

  • What happens if I fail the final? Can I take it again?

    If you fail, don’t stress! We understand that tests can make people nervous. That’s why we have designed our program to be fail-free! If at any time you do not pass a quiz or your final exam, we allow you to retake it right away as many times as you need without asking for more money.

  • How much is your driver safety course?

    Our tuition to take traffic school for Oklahoma is the affordable fee of $29.95. For less than a tank of gas, you will receive all that you need in order to dismiss your traffic ticket or meet your driver improvement requirements.

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