How do I sign up for online Traffic School?
You can register for online traffic school by visiting https://www.onlinecourteducation.com/lvjc
How do I know if I am eligible for Traffic School?
Traffic School can be found by visiting https://lvjcpa.clarkcountynv.gov/Anonymous/default.aspx
and searching for Traffic Citation(s). Traffic School options will be displayed by clicking the Make a Payment button.
Once I complete the online traffic school, what else do I need to do?
The Court will be notified of your completion of traffic school within two business days. If you would like to verify that the court has received your completion and whether there are other outstanding fines or requirements with your case you will need to contact Las Vegas Justice Court Traffic at (702) 671-3444 or by viewing your citation online at https://lvjcpa.clarkcountynv.gov/Anonymous/default.aspx
What is Identity Verification and what are my options?
The Las Vegas Justice Court requires identity verification for online court education classes. The student's identity will be verified either by using the "Experian" credit agency, another online ID verification company or a Notary Public. The Experian method can be fully completed online. The Notary method requires the student to locate a Notary Public and appear in person to have the Notary verify the student's identity.
What is the Experian verification method?
The Experian identity verification method will use the Experian credit agency to create questions based on the student's credit history that only the student will be able to answer. This method requires the student to be at least 18 years of age, have a valid social security number, and have enough credit history to generate multiple questions. Using Experian to verify the student's identity will not affect the student's credit in any way. After successfully completing the Experian verification, the student will immediately be able to print out class diploma.
What is the Notary Public verification method?
A Notary Public is someone who is certified by their home state/country that can verify a person's identity on documents. After the Final Exam is completed, the student will have to print out the Notary Verification form and have their ID verified by a Notary Public. Notary Publics are generally available at banks, credit unions, law offices and at various other locations. LRS Systems (the provider of these classes) can also provide notary services to clients. Once the Notary Verification form is completed, it must be mailed or brought in to LRS Systems (address/location can be found by visiting https://www.onlinecourteducation.com/lvjc/contact.php
) in order to successfully complete the class and view/print the class diploma.
How quickly can I finish this class?
The online class is designed to be self-paced. Some students will complete the class faster than others. For more specific information about the class currently enrolled or enrolling in visit https://www.onlinecourteducation.com/lvjc/services.php
I passed the class. How soon will I receive my certificate?
Students can print their certificate at the completion of the class. The Court will also be notified automatically when a class is completed.
When can the class be taken?
24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
I failed the final exam. What do I do now?
State regulations require students wait 4 hours after traffic school and 1 hour after DUI School before retaking the test. It is recommended spending this time going back over the instructional material. Students can take the test as many times as needed in order to pass until the 60-day period expires.
What are Administrative Assessments fees?
Under Nevada law, several Administrative Assessments (AA’s) are required to be added to the misdemeanor fine amount when a defendant forfeits bail, pleads guilty, or is found guilty. For example, a $10.00 AA is used to fund court facilities throughout the state, and another AA in the amount of $7.00 funds Nevada’s specialty-court programs. So, while the state mandated fine for not using a hands free device for cellphones while driving is $50.00, after the applicable AA’s are added, the total fine and fee amount is $115.00.
Although a defendant may perform community service to lower fine amounts, community service does not reduce the amounts owed for AA’s. A list of all the AA’s required by statute can found at the following link: http://www.leg.state.nv.us/NRS/NRS-176.html