Houston, TX (PRWEB) September 25, 2013
Comedy Driving is one of the largest Texas defensive driving course providers in Texas that has been helping motorists learn about driving safety while teaching defensive driving techniques. The course can be taken either at the comfort of the resident home or in a classroom environment. Corporate companies and small businesses also take advantage of the course by having their employees complete it as a low cost training tool for not just drivers, but also their administrative employees.
The state of Florida has a similar program for drivers that receive a traffic citation. The purpose of the program benefits the drivers who complete the courses and they help the state as well since the course educates the drivers. The additional benefits to the course include that it may prevent too many points from accumulating on a driving record, it may help dismiss a ticket entirely, it educates residents of new or upcoming laws and it may lower automobile insurance costs. Another great benefit is customers will be able to print their certificates of course completion directly from their computer with no wait time immediately after completing the course.
Comedy Driving Traffic School is required by the Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles to update the online course every year with new statics, laws or protocol that will become law which may affect Florida roadways. The new course, Comedy Driving Traffic School, is approved by the FHSMV. As an approved course provider, the FHSMV has allowed for the website http://www.comedydrivingtrafficschool.com to be posted as an approved course provider in the FHSMV website.
Both the Texas and Florida traffic school course contain information to teach safe driving to the public. Some of the driving safety subjects taught are texting and driving, drinking while driving, driving with emotions and how to drive during certain weather conditions. Customers must seek permission from the FHSMV or the county of where they received the ticket before completing the online course to ensure they are approved for the online traffic school. In addition, Florida residents are restricted from taking the course more than 5 times in their life time. An additional regulation states that Florida residents only have 30 days to decide to take the course after they receive the citation. Then, they contact the proper county or state and may be given up to 90 days to complete the course. If they do not complete the course within the required time they may face additional fees, fines or have their license suspended.