Multi-tasking – something everyone should do to be productive. As I sit at work and write this blog, I am checking emails, talking to other employees, answering phone calls and mentally capturing all of the things that are in my plan for the workday.However, multi-tasking while driving is NOT a good idea. As a busy, fast-paced society, we tend to believe that while in the car (especially for long commutes like mine), the best thing to do is talk on your cell phone, text, or run apps on the newer fancy phones. Instead of increasing your productivity, when you exercise distracted driving, you are maximizing your chances of a wreck. The consequences of distracted driving are not just dealing with ticket dismissal…YOU COULD BE KILLED OR EVEN KILL SOMEONE ELSE.
We're so confident that you can dismiss your ticket with our service that we'll give you up to $250 if you don't.
What do we mean by 'up to' ?
We've been doing this a long time (since 2000 to be exact), so we know your ticket will be dismissed. But, in the unlikely event that it isn't, we'd like to contribute some cash toward it, up to a value of $250. Basically, if your ticket is $250 or less, we'll give you the full value of your ticket, if it's more than that, we'll give you $250. It's really that simple.View the full terms and conditions
We cannot provide a refund if any of these scenarios are applicable:
- You do not successfully complete the course prior to your court deadline.
- You do not have court permission to take a defensive driving course to dismiss a ticket.
- You provide the court with documentation that is inaccurate, incomplete or late or you fail to pay court fees.
If you would like to request a refund please contact us.
Payment will be made within 28 days of your successful claim being submitted. You may need to pay the court before you receive payment from us. We will not be held accountable for any costs, fees or charges associated with late payment of your ticket/fine.
We cannot pay the ticket if any of these scenarios are applicable:
You do not successfully complete the course prior to your court deadline (the course has a 99.99% success rate).
You do not have court permission to take a defensive driving course to dismiss a ticket.
You provide the court with documentation that is inaccurate, incomplete or late or you fail to pay court fees.