Jacksonville

Jacksonville Traffic School

If you’ve received a ticket in Jacksonville or anywhere in Florida, or if you need to complete a traffic course, the Traffic School is available so you can register for the appropriate Traffic Course Online. No need for a classroom, these courses are available with the ease of simply registering online and completing the course in the comfort of your home on your own time.

Once you’ve completed your traffic school course online, submit your certificate to the county clerk in the county where you received your ticket. Make sure to submit the certificate before the deadline.

· Duval County Clerk of the Court

It may surprise more than a few people that Jacksonville is the largest city in the state of Florida and the 12th-largest in the United States. As far as land is concerned, Jacksonville is the largest city in the continental U.S. The reason is that Jacksonville’s expanding its city limits to include almost all of Duvall County. The city is just south of Georgia and is located on the St. Johns River. Located in a region often referred to as the First Coast, Jacksonville is the main city in an area of more than 1.3 million people.

The city is divided into the following sections: Urban Core, Great Arlington and West, North, Northwest and Southeast Jacksonville. North Jacksonville is located near U.S. 1, just to the east. I-10 is to the south of Northwest Jacksonville and to the north of West Jacksonville. The Urban Core is downtown Jacksonville and Greater Arlington is to the east and south of the St. Johns River.

The city operates over 80,000 acres of urban park system throughout the city, the largest amount in the United States. It is also home to the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars who play in Jacksonville Municipal Stadium, which was home to the 2005 Super Bowl in which the New England Patriots defeated the Philadelphia Eagles. The stadium is also the host to the annual Gator Bowl classic and the World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party. That is the neutral site game played each year between the University of Florida and the University of Georgia. The Gators and Bulldogs first met in Jacksonville in 1915 and with the exception of 1994 and 1885 the game has been played in Jacksonville every year since 1933.

There are numerous colleges located in Duval County with Jacksonville University and the University of North Florida leading the way. Edward Waters College, Florida State College at Jacksonville and Florida Coastal School of Law are also located in Florida’s largest city which is also home to a Naval Air Station employing 23,000 civilians and active-duty personnel.

I-10 either begins or ends in Jacksonville, just depending on how you look at it. The Interstate runs from Jacksonville to Santa Monica, California. I-10 ends at the point in Jacksonville where it intersects with I-95. U.S. 90 also ends close to Jacksonville at Jacksonville Beach. I-295 is a bypass road to the west. The city also has many bridges as cars navigate across the St. Johns. There are seven bridges in total over the river and two carry Interstate traffic from I-95 and I-295.

The Traffic School is available to drivers who live in Sarasota Florida and surrounding areas, including:

Orange Park, Green Cove Springs, Middleburg, St. Augustine, St. Augustine Beach, Jacksonville Beach, Atlantic Beach, Fernandina Beach, Palatka, Keystone Heights, Gainesville, Lake City, Macclenny, Hilliard, Yulee, Alachua, High Springs

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