Frequently Asked Questions for Traffic School & Defensive Driving in NH
- Why should I take a traffic school course?
- Is this course licensed by the state of New Hampshire?
- I'm not sure if I'm eligible to take your online New Hampshire traffic school. How do I find out?
- Does online traffic school help my insurance rate in New Hampshire?
- If I do qualify for an insurance discount, where do I send my certificate of completion?
First, you may be able to dismiss a traffic ticket. Second, insurance companies often offer discounts to those who’ve completed a New Hampshire defensive driving course. Finally, you’ll learn valuable information that will help you be a safer driver.
Our course is approved by the Jaffrey/Peterborough District Court to help you dismiss a traffic citation. If your traffic court falls outside of that district, you’ll need permission from your local traffic court or judge. If you need more specific information regarding your New Hampshire traffic court and traffic school, please contact your local court.
If your traffic court is outside the Jaffrey/Peterborough District Court area, you’ll need the court’s permission to take our online traffic school.
You’ll need to check with your insurance provider to make sure they offer a discount for completing a New Hampshire defensive driving course.
If your insurance provider authorizes you to take our online New Hampshire defensive driving course for a discount, they may ask you to provide a copy of your certificate of completion. If you finish the final exam of your New Hampshire traffic school, we will email your certificate of completion.
Our online New Hampshire defensive driving course is not timed, and you can take the course at your own pace. Your course material is broken down into 8 single-subject units. You can complete it in a single day, or spread it over a few days.
Each of the course chapters focuses on a single topic that pertains to New Hampshire driving and traffic laws. Those topics include:
- Highway safety
- Alcohol- and drug-impaired driving
- State traffic laws
- Driving emergencies
- Vehicle maintenance
Yes, your final exam consists of 20 multiple-choice questions. You need to score a 80% or higher to pass, but you may retake the exam as many times as you need.