Who is a Volunteer Student?
A volunteer student is someone who did not receive a traffic ticket in one of the counties (Cook County, IL; Jefferson County, IL; Shelby County, IL) served by Traffic Safety School.
A volunteer student may also choose to attend Traffic Safety School at his/her employer's request, to enhance his/her driving ability or to obtain a discount on auto insurance (if offered by the insurance provider).
Volunteer students who wish to take a driver safety course with Traffic Safety School must complete and submit the Volunteer Enrollment Form.
What Courses are Available to Volunteer Students?
Volunteer students are eligible to participate in any of the courses offered by Traffic Safety School. For detailed course descriptions, click here.
How Do I Sign Up as a Volunteer Student?
Volunteer students should complete the Volunteer Enrollment Form and mail or fax it to Traffic Safety School along with the appropriate fee.
Traffic Safety School will send course assignments once payment is processed. If you provided an email address when filling out the registration form, your course assignment will be e-mailed to you. Courses are normally scheduled four to six weeks from the date your enrollment is processed.
What if I Received a Traffic Ticket?
If you received a traffic ticket in Cook County, IL; Jefferson County, IL or Shelby County, IL, click here.
If you received a ticket somewhere other than Cook County, IL; Jefferson County, IL or Shelby County, IL, click here.