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Got a traffic ticket in Marin and you are now dealing with the Marin Traffic Court? Forget about that traffic ticket right now. When it comes to dismissing your Marin traffic ticket and keeping your driving record clean, conveniently and effortlessly, only our traffic school course has the experience to back you up.
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Avoid all the problems of getting and fighting a traffic ticket with our Marin traffic school. We have successfully helped thousands of drivers clear their ticket by taking an approved Marin traffic school course. By taking our simple, easy-to-follow online traffic school, you'll gain peace of mind knowing that you are well on your way to a clean driving record, quickly and easily.
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Stay away from the 8-hour traffic school and defensive driving classes that you must attend on a Saturday. Take traffic school on your own time and from the comfort of your own home. Our Marin traffic school course is an approved 8-hour traffic school course. Study all at once or over time. Our defensive driving course is interactive with text, video, flash, and images. When you pass our course your certificate is processed instantly and you can print a confirmation directly online.
Did you know?
Marin County is one of the original 27 counties of California, created February 18, 1850, following adoption of the Constitution of 1849 and just months before the state was admitted to the Union. The origin of the county's name is not clear. One version is the county was named for Chief Marin, of the Coast Miwok, Licatiut tribe of Native Americans who inhabited that section and waged fierce battle against the early Spanish military explorers. The other version is that the bay between San Pedro and San Quentín points was named Bahía de Nuestra Señora del Rosario la Marinera in 1775, and it is quite possible that Marin is simply an abbreviation of this name. (Wikipedia).