Orlando

Orlando Traffic School

If you’ve received a ticket in Orlando 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.

· Orange County Clerk of the Court

With a population of 227,000 and a metropolitan population of over 2 million, Orlando is one of the largest cities in Florida. Orlando, located in Orange county, is a major tourist attraction and in 2007 it ranked third in the U.S. in attracting tourists. The tourism business in Orlando has been built on theme parks like Walt Disney World, Sea World, Universal Orlando and many others. There is also a booming convention business that competes with Chicago and Las Vegas for top honors each year. Orlando is second only to Vegas for the amount of hotel rooms and has the nation’s second largest convention center the Orange County Convention Center.

Orlando isn’t just competing for the “largest” title when it comes to hotels and convention centers as the city boasts the fifth-largest university in the nation based on enrollment in UCF (University of Central Florida), which boasts more than 50,000 students. UCF is the only public university in the city but it is joined by Barry University School of Law, FAMU College of Law, Rollins College and University of Florida’s College of Pharmacy.

With all of the tourist attractions, colleges and universities and conventions, you better believe traveling to this city in Central Florida is convenient. The Orlando International Airport is one of the busiest in America and according to rankings by J.D. Power, one of the best according to passengers. I-4 is the major Interstate highway serving Orlando. The metropolitan area is the largest in America that is serviced by a single Interstate expressway. The Florida Turnpike is another major roadway that allows travelers to access both Orlando and Miami.

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

Winter Haven, Lakeland, Kissimmee, Saint Cloud, Yeehaw Junction, Melbourne, Titusville, Cocoa Beach, Cape Canaveral, Winter Park, Daytona Beach, Altamonte Springs, Lake Mary, Apopka, Ocoee, Windermere and Bushnell are all nearby Orlando.

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