St. Petersburg

St. Petersburg Traffic School

If you’ve received a ticket in St. Petersburg 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.

· Pinellas County Clerk of the Court

Located in PinellasCounty, St. Petersburg is a prime vacation destination for people from all over the state, the country and the world. Often referred to as just St. Pete, nearly 250,000 people call this gorgeous Florida city home. Nestled between the Gulf of Mexico and Tampa Bay, this peninsula town is connected to the mainland by the Sunshine Skyway Bridge (I-275) and causeways. The area is also accessible by I-175 and I-375. St. Petersburg’s official motto is “Always in Season” but it has been nicknamed “The Sunshine City” due to almost 360 days of sunshine each year.

The University of South Florida has a branch in St. Pete but as of 2008 the city may have become best known as the home of the American League Champion Tampa Bay Rays. The World Series came to St. Petersburg and its baseball stadium Tropicana Field in 2008. Baseball is not the only attraction. The Salvador Dali Museum is located in “The Burg” as is Eckerd College and Fort Desoto Beach, which was rated the No. 1 beach in America in 2005 and then again in 2008.

One of the most famous attractions in St. Pete is “The Pier”. The inverted pyramid attracts two-million visitors a year who visit the five-story building that houses shops and restaurants. Visitors can also take in over 50,000 tropical plants and flowers at Sunken Gardens or ride over the Sunshine Skyway, which is over 19 stories high and one of the largest suspension bridges in the Western Hemisphere. If you are a fine art lover, see one of six original Monets along with other fine works of art at the St. Petersburg Museum of Fine Arts.

St. Petersburg is just a drive away from so many major areas in the central part of the state. Tampa is located just across the bay and Orlando isn’t even that far of a drive. Clearwater, Tarpons Springs, Safety Harbor, Oldsmar, Largo, Dunedin and Gulfport are all right near St. Pete as well. The beach communities of South Pasadena, Treasure Island, Indian Shores and Harbor Bluffs

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

Euclid Place/St. Paul, Woodwood Heights, Lake Maggiore, Pinellas Point, Big Bayou, Gulf Port, Shore Acres, Kenneth, City, Burnside Lealman, Pasadena.

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