Frequently Asked Questions – Oregon Traffic School
Yes! Your Oregon defensive driving course is court-approved throughout the state to satisfy requirements for ticket dismissal.
Ticket dismissal is granted on a case-by-case basis in Oregon, and requirements will differ from court to court. Generally, you will be eligible if:
- You possess a valid, non-commercial Oregon driver’s license
- Your violation is a non-criminal minor moving violation
- You are a first-time offender
Check with your specific court before enrolling in our course. We have all of the eligibility requirements and steps to take for the Oregon traffic school course listed on our How it Works page.
The Oregon traffic school course meets the state-mandated 4-hour length requirement – you could start and finish your course all in the same day! The course is broken up into 8 chapters, which you may work through at whatever pace you choose, so how long it takes is completely up to you.
Each of your 8 course chapters focuses on single topics that pertain to Oregon driving and traffic laws. These topics include:
- Highway safety
- Alcohol- and drug-impaired driving
- State traffic laws
- Driving emergencies
- Vehicle maintenance
Each of the 8 chapters contains a quiz that reviews important content from that chapter. There are 10 questions per quiz, and you need to obtain a 70% or higher to pass onto the next chapter. The quizzes will provide you with an excellent opportunity to master the course material and prepare for your final exam. You will be provided with feedback on any incorrect answers, and you may retake your quizzes an unlimited amount of times.
You will then take your final exam at the end of your course, with 20 multiple-choice questions and a passing score of 70% or higher. You may retake the exam if you do not pass on your first try. You are allowed unlimited attempts.
Absolutely not! You have unlimited retakes on your chapter quizzes and final exam, so if you fail to achieve a passing score on your first try, you may simply retake the chapter again until you do.
This course is required by Oregon law to span 4 hours in length. To comply with this law, we (and all other online defensive driving schools) are required to place timers on each page of the course. We realize that some students may read faster than the timer will permit you to advance, but state regulations prohibit us from changing this function. The timers cannot be disabled for any reason.
Deadlines are typically determined by the Oregon courts. While we allow you 180 days to complete your course before your account is suspended, the court may require you to finish your course much sooner than that. Make sure to determine their deadline before beginning the course.
Regardless of court deadlines, you must complete the course within 180 days of registration. Any student who has not successfully completed the course within 180 days will have their account terminated without notice and will not be eligible for a refund.