Gainesville Traffic School

Gainesville is best known for the University of Florida. With that, a large population of college-aged residents live in the area. Alcohol related crashes were most prevalent among 21-year-old drivers. Following behind, 20 year olds have the second highest rate of fatalities.

The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles released their Annual Uniform Traffic Citation Report for 2013 and revealed that 66,504 traffic citations were issued in the county. 822 of those were cited for DUI.

Take our online traffic school course if your citation was alcohol-related. You can still register if your ticket is not an alcohol-related violation.

How To Pay Your Traffic Ticket

If you received a ticket and have the option of attending traffic school, sign up for it so that points do not go on your driver's license. A signed Driver Improvement Course Affidavit form must be filed within 30 days of the issue date and a payment needs to be made if you select this option. Once you have already paid for the ticket without opting in for traffic school, you are not allowed to take the course.

To pay for your ticket, choose one of the following selections:

  • Online: To make a faster and easier payment, use the online payment system.
  • By Phone: Call 1 (877)716-1784 to make a payment over the phone
  • In Person: Visit the address below to pay for your ticket in person

For more information, go to the Alachua County Clerk of the Court website.

Alachua County Court Location

Clerk of Court
Traffic Bureau
201 E. University Avenue
Gainesville, FL 32601

4-Hour Traffic School (BDI/TCAC)

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