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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.

online traffic school  // Posts tagged as "online traffic school"

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 […]


05 Sep Blog | Comments

5 Reasons to go to Traffic School

Taking a traffic school course is not have to just be about getting your driver’s license. Many people don’t realize traffic school can help in other areas as well. Below is a list of reasons for why it might benefit you to go to traffic school. Lower points on your driver’s license record – If […]


09 Mar Blog | Comments

Top Myths Related to Drinking and Driving

“I can hold my liquor”: It’s typical for men to think they are fine to drive after drinking a six-pack of beer. That is why over 81 percent of crashes related to alcohol intoxication are caused by men. Men, if you think driving while intoxicated will charm the ladies, you may want to think again. […]


01 Mar Blog | Comments

How to Choose a Car to Buy

Owning a vehicle requires considerable financial investment. This requirement is based on whether the concerned automobile is used or straight from the showroom. Most people probably have an idea of the vehicle they wish to buy when they visit the dealerships. Nevertheless, other individuals find themselves in quagmire as pertaining to selection of an appropriate […]


10 Feb Blog | Comments

The Invisible Driving Danger: Driving While Tired

Asked to name the top three dangerous driver states, most people can name two. Drunk driving and texting come readily to mind when dangerous driving is mentioned. Driving while tired is seldom mentioned. Many studies indicate that driving while tired is just as dangerous as driving while intoxicated. This is why we strongly advise against driving […]


05 Feb Blog | Comments

Top 10 Ways to Get a Ticket in California

In order to avoid getting traffic tickets in California, one has to shun away from making frequent traffic violations. For starters, drivers should be informed on the basics when it comes to traffic rules in California. For people who have busy schedules, enrolling in an online traffic school would be a reasonable thing to do. […]


26 Jan Blog | Comments

The True Dangers of Texting Behind the Wheel

There are many more people driving these days, especially in largely-populated cities. People seem much more in a hurry to get where they want to go and to stay connected. They do not want to miss out on anything. Computer technologies and cell phones have done us proud to keep everyone connected in such high […]


19 Jan Blog | Comments

How to Avoid a Traffic Citation

There are many reasons why it’s important to avoid a traffic citation. The main reasons are safety and the cost and time required to make amends for the traffic violation. A traffic school offers great guidelines and information and can help prevent a traffic citation. Most importantly, if you are signaled by a police officer […]


12 Jan Blog | Comments

California Traffic School No Longer a Means to Clear Records

Around July 1, 2011 the California court system agreed and ruled in favor with the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) in changing a law to close a loophole used by unruly drivers. These drivers are recipients of multiple citations and were using California traffic school to get out of having a negative driving record. […]


05 Jan Blog | Comments

Is 3,000 Miles Still the Standard for Motor Oil?

CHANGE YOUR OIL EVERY 3,000 MILES. That was the mantra men used to drill into the pupils when preparing themselves for automobile maintenance. In the past, this was good advice and helped to keep cars running properly. However, with the advancement of technology, this rule of thumb is quickly becoming obsolete. Places like California online […]