- Municipal Court
- Driver's Safety Course
Driver's Safety Course
- You may wish to take a Driver's Safety Course to prevent a conviction from being reported to DPS.
- In order to qualify for the Driver's Safety Course, you must:
- Have a valid Texas Driver's License (Military or military dependents are not required to have a Texas Driver's License to qualify)
- Liability Insurance listing you as a covered driver
- Must not have taken the course in the last 12 months for the purpose of dismissing a ticket.
If the violation date is before December 31, 2019, the amount of $134 ($159 for school zone violations) must be paid to the Municipal Court at the time of the request.
For violations dated January 1, 2020, the amount increases to $144 ($169 for school zone violations) and must be paid to the Municipal Court at the time of the request.
You will also be required to obtain a certified copy of your driving record from the Texas Department of Public Safety - the court will provide you with the proper application.
Upon approval to take the DSC class, you will have 90 days to complete the class and return the required documents to the court. Once the court receives the documents, we will notify DPS of the course completion and the citation will not affect your driving record.
DSC Is Not Available for Defendants with a Commercial Driver's License (CDL) ; Violations Involving Passing a School Bus; Violations That Occur in a Construction Zone; or Violations of 25 Miles over the Posted Speed Limit
The Court is not allowed to recommend a driving school. Find approved driver education & driving safety providers.