Port St. Lucie

Port St. Lucie Traffic School

If you’ve received a ticket in Port St. Lucie 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.

· St. Lucie County Clerk of the Court

Port St. Lucie, located in St. Lucie county has a population nearing 90,000 but is part of a statistical area that is home to more than 400,000 residents. The city is easily accessible via Florida’s Turnpike and I-95. The city is home to the New York Mets during spring training and the St. Lucie Mets of the Florida State League. The PGA Village is located in Port St. Lucie as well.

The city is home to rivers and parks that allow both residents and visitors to explore Florida’s natural beauty. The city was almost uninhabited as early as 1950 but a grant led to a bridge that allowed automobiles to directly access Port St. Lucie. The growth followed quickly. The median income of residents in the city is now over $40,000 and the population continues to grow and by some estimates is now over 100,000.

The Traffic School is available to drivers who live in Port St. Lucie, Florida and surrounding areas, including:

Palm City, Stuart, Jensen Beach, Indiantown, Bluefield, Cana, Hobe Sound, Fort Pierce, Jupiter, Palm Beach Gardens, Okeechobee, Vero Beach, Fellsmore, Sebastian, West Palm Beach, Moore Haven, Labelle.

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