What Is a Defensive Driving Affidavit?

FAQ video: Defensive Driving Affidavit in Texas? Explains 2 types: court-required for ticket dismissal (promises not taking course) & online driver verification (out-of-state or no TX-registered car).

A defensive driving affidavit is a notarized statement confirming your identity, which some Texas courts require. We explain why and when they are mandated before your completion certificate can be released.

How Does Defensive Driving Work In Texas?

FAQ video: Taking Defensive Driving in Texas? Explains eligibility, steps involved (permission, payment, completion), and recent changes like email certificates. Emphasizes getting permission first & submitting certificates to both court and insurance company.

Don’t panic over a Texas ticket! We explain the steps for requesting defensive driving from the court first, what documentation they require, enrolling in a course they approve, finishing your certificate, then filing your paperwork with the court by their deadline.

Can You Take Texas Defensive Driving More Than Once?

FAQ video: Can You Take Defensive Driving More Than Once? Explores the frequency and purpose of taking defensive driving courses in Texas, addressing ticket dismissal, insurance discounts, and eligibility for both.

You can take defensive driving in Texas as often as every 3 years for insurance discounts. For ticket dismissal, there’s a once per 12 months limit. We explain the rules around multiple completions for different purposes.

Can Defensive Driving Dismiss Your Texas Ticket?

Dismiss TX tickets with defensive driving! Learn if you qualify, benefits, & how to get started. Avoid points, keep rates low. Watch now!

Get full details on the proper sequence of steps for dismissing a Texas traffic ticket with defensive driving. Learn what’s required and tips to avoid common mistakes that could make you start over and pay fines.