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How long is the class?

Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) requires eight hours of classroom instruction. Class is a single one 8-hour day beginning at 8:00 AM and finishing at 4:30 PM. Lunch is approximately noon to 12:30. Registration begins at 7:30 AM and students arriving after 8:00 AM may be turned away.

Is there a test?

Nope. Yea!!!!! Participation only.

In-Person or Virtual class?

Whether attending in person or online, the 8-hour class itself is the same. The difference is driving to a class location or logging into Zoom to meet with the instructor and other students. A one-time waiver is required to attend virtually. 

What do I bring to an In-Person class?

On the day of class, bring your TSS information, drivers license or photo ID, payment or payment receipt and an awesome disposition :) Please know food and drinks are welcomed (it's a long day, bring nourishment!). You may want to bring a sweater or jacket too. Note: If we find you in the system, no paperwork is needed.

What do I need for a Virtual class?

A waiver is required to attend a virtual class. We can help students obtain their waiver. Students may also contact MVD directly to obtain a waiver. Typical reasons for a waiver: live out of state, no transportation, license suspension, care giver, medical reason and etc. It can take up to five business days to obtain a waiver so please allow ample time. A workbook is required as well [we mail workbooks priority mail (overnight if needed) at no additional expense]. The virtual class is held through Zoom so a computer, tablet or smartphone with a camera and microphone (with ample internet access) is required as well. 

I received this MVD TSS letter, now what?

MVD allows 60 days to complete a TSS class. Failure to attend class results in license suspension. The suspension is indefinite until you complete the 8-hour course. At the end of class, you will receive a certificate of completion for your records. A copy of the certificate is to be electronically sent to MVD for you by midnight on the day you attend class. We highly suggest students follow up with MVD to make sure their attendance was properly processed. Ways to do so: Login to your AZMVDNow account or call or visit a MVD or 3rd Party office. 

What is Traffic Survival School (TSS)?

Traffic survival school (TSS) is designed to reach individuals who have exhibited a disregard for traffic laws and the safety of others. MVD believes mandating violators to attend school will improve motorists' attitudes towards safe driving. TSS is required by MVD and must be attended within 60 days of the “Date Action Begins” found on the Traffic Survival School letter you received or your license will be suspended.

Is Traffic Survival School the same as Defensive Driving?

No. Defensive Driving School is for individuals who received a ticket and wish to attend a class to avoid paying for and the points associated with the violation. TSS is for individuals who have already been convicted and assessed points and now received a letter from Arizona Chapter National Safety Council (ACNSC)/ADOT Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) mandating a Traffic Survival School (TSS) class. If you are looking for an Arizona Defensive Driving School click here.

I already dealt with the Court, why do I need TSS?

In September 2001, an Arizona law was passed requiring drivers to attend a TSS class for certain violations. Once you have made arrangements with the Court, the Court sends your information to MVD. In turn, ACNSC/MVD sends you a Traffic Survival School letter.

What if I have a court order requiring I attend TSS?

First, this class should not be confused with a defensive driving class. If you received a ticket and want to attend a class to avoid points associated with the violation, you need a defensive driving class which we do not offer. If you have already been to Court (for something OTHER than DUI) and your court paperwork specifically states in the decision (signed by the Judge) that you are required to attend "traffic survival school" or "a driver diversion class" then this is the class for you (for DUI, you will receive a Traffic Survival School letter). Submit a full copy of the court paperwork at the time of registration (by email at or text 602-478-3176).

How do I pay for class?

First, NO HIDDEN FEES! Class is $175 (this includes the MVD administrative enrollment fee, processing payment and mailing materials for virtual class). You may make payment directly on our website or call us (during business hours) to pay over the phone. For in person classes, if you choose to bring payment with you, bring cash or money order. The instructor cannot process card payments. The virtual class fee must be paid in advance. NOTE: Please allow three business days for a refund.

Notice (because it needs to be in writing!):

Inappropriate behavior will not be tolerated in our classes or on the phone. We reserve the right to refuse service to individuals being disrespectful in the eyes of our staff.

May I reschedule class?

Absolutely! Give us a call, send us a text or an email, or simply register again online (note in the COMMENTS box you are rescheduling).

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