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My name is Steve Young and I am a retired California Highway Patrol Officer. I will also be your instructor in one of the online traffic courses with B Line Traffic Schools. No matter what course you sign up for, my goals are the same: Present you with the information that you need in a way that will not put you to sleep and then get you back to your life.  Throughout some of the courses I have included interesting situations, people and other random things I have come across in my 25+ years with the CHP to break things up a bit. Ok ok, enough about me. Close this window and start your course with B Line Traffic Schools today.

Blog  // B Line Traffic Schools’ blog offers articles, press clippings and safety tips to serve as a resource for drivers.

12 May Blog | Comments

Traffic Rules for Kids Walking to School

Twenty years ago there were a lot more kids walking to school. People slowed down in school zones. And there were a lot more crossing guards helping kids get to school safely. Now everyone is in a hurry and sometimes people forget to watch for kids. Some people do not slow down in school zones. […]

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30 Apr Blog | Comments

Traffic Circles and Roundabouts

Most traffic signs and rules are pretty straightforward and if a person uses common sense they will be fine. There are, however, a few types of “road rules” that can be confusing and downright frustrating. One of the “road rules” that tends to befuddle some folks are traffic circles and roundabouts. In part, traffic circles […]

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05 Mar Blog | Comments

Features of Online Traffic School

Almost all of us have been there before, driving along, not really paying attention to our speed and the next thing we know we see the blue and red lights in our rearview mirror. Getting a traffic ticket is no fun, but if it’s been more than 18 months since you’ve had one you may […]

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05 Feb Blog | Comments

Mature Drivers and Medication

As drivers, we go through different cycles. The first cycle is the learning one. As teenagers we learn how to drive, how to be responsible when we drive and how to watch out for drivers that are not so responsible. The second cycle is the experienced one. As middle-agers, we hopefully have a good foundation […]

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20 Jan Blog | Comments

Traffic Citation Could Cost More than the Ticket

Traffic citations are no fun, but getting one happens occasionally. Fortunately, most traffic citations will only cost a person 1-point on their driving record and the cost of the ticket. However, when if it happens more than once a person needs to understand that a traffic citation could cost more than the ticket itself. Car […]

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28 Dec Blog | Comments

Weather Changes Should Change how you Drive

The weather can be unpredictable and can change quickly. It is important to be aware of your surroundings and be prepared for whatever may come your way. If you live in an area where the weather changes you should be well aware that weather changes should change how you drive. Types of Changes Distance A […]

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22 Dec Blog | Comments

Your Teen’s Driving Success is the Goal

The teenage years can be the scariest for a parent. Your children become more independent, including learning how to drive. It is an important step for everyone, parents and the teenager. It is scary for the parents because it is another step that takes away control. You cannot control what happens once they head out […]

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11 Dec Blog | Comments

Driving Course for the Mature Driver

It’s not easy to admit to ourselves that perhaps we can’t see or hear quite as well as we did a few years ago. As we get older our bodies change in ways that make driving more challenging. Nobody wants to give up driving, so a driving course for the mature driver has been made […]

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22 Oct Blog | Comments

Basic Car Maintenance

Cars are not a cheap investment. Whether a person buys a brand-new car, which comes with and expensive monthly payments or a used car, which comes with expensive repairs, cars are not cheap. Much like a person’s body, if given the proper nutrition and exercise a person’s body stays healthier longer. If a vehicle is […]

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07 Oct Blog | Comments

Traffic School Topics

Having to take a traffic school course is no fun, but could actually be a good educational experience, especially for those who’ve been driving for a long time. A person taking a traffic school courses doing so is he or she received a one-point citation. In trying to get that one point citation removed the […]

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