Frequently Asked Questions for Traffic Survival School in Arizona (AZ):
What is Traffic Survival School?
Traffic Survival School in AZ is a program designed to help drivers improve their driving skills and avoid future traffic violations. TSS is an eight-hour class, monitored by Arizona’s Motor Vehicle Department (MVD).
Who is required to attend?
You need Traffic Survival School (AZ):
- accumulated 8-12 points on your record.
- convicted of a DUI.
- convicted of a red light or stop sign violation.
- convicted of reckless or aggressive driving.
- convicted of a moving violation resulting in serious injury or death.
Is TSS mandatory?
Yes, if you received a “letter of assignment” from ADOT or MVD. There are no hearings or appeals.
What is the consequence of failing or not completing your TSS course?
If the class is not completed within the allotted time, your driver’s license will be suspended indefinitely, unless the course is completed. In addition, driving on a suspended license, can subject you to your vehicle impounded and, in some cases, serving jail time.
What is required for check-in on the day of class?
Please bring your Driver’s License/State ID and one of the following forms:
- Proof of Traffic Survival School assignment/suspension letter
- Copy of your Motor Vehicle Record (MVR)
- Copy of your court ordered paperwork
What if I do not have a copy of one of these forms?
A copy of your Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) can be retrieved from AZ MVD Now
What time should I arrive?
Check-in will begin 45 minutes prior to scheduled class time and should arrive no later than 30 minutes prior to class.
Is TSS offered online?
Yes, but you must first register for an upcoming class. CLICK HERE, then follow the steps to obtain your virtual waiver.