You may be eligible to have your charge dismissed by taking a driving safety course. Qualifying individuals must submit a written request, payment of court costs, and all completed forms prior to their first court appearance.
Note: Do not start a driving safety course online until you have requested and received approval from the municipal court.
The Defendant has not taken a driving safety course or motorcycle operator's training course within the last 12 months preceding the date of the offense or is currently not taking a course to dismiss a ticket.
The alleged speed cannot be 25 MPH or more over the posted limit.
The alleged speed cannot be 95 MPH or more.
The offense cannot have occurred in a construction zone while workers were present.
The Defendant may not hold a commercial driver's license.
Items Due to the Court at the Time of Request
Defendant provides proof of vehicle insurance.
Defendant presents a valid Texas Driver's License, permit, or active duty military ID.
Defendant pays the Court Costs and administrative fees, $144 (regular zone) or $169 (school zone).
Defendant signs a sworn affidavit that he/she hasn't had defensive driving in last 12 months.