Classes are held at SUPERIOR MOTOR VEHICLE SERVICES, INC. (an authorized third party motor vehicle division office) in Goodyear, Arizona MONDAYS and FRIDAYS every month.
What do I need to bring to the Traffic Survival School class? All students must bring their letter of corrective action/proof of assignment, MVD record showing suspension with code or letter from National Safety Council requesting TSS assignment and a valid government-issued photo identification card in order to attend class.
How much is the class?
The cost for the class is $150.00. It is payable before class by credit card or PayPal. There is a paypal link on this page for your convenience.
What should I do if I lose my paperwork? If you lose your letter of corrective action/proof of assignment, then you must obtain a copy from any MVD/ATP office. You can also obtain A Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) from Superior Motor Vehicle Services, Inc. during their normal business hours or the instructor. The Motor Vehicle Record form or MVR will need to be obtained prior to attending a class. If you don’t have your corrective action/proof of assignment letter showing the Traffic Survival School assignment at class check-in, you will not be allowed to attend the class.
What happens if I fail to complete the Traffic Survival School Course? If you do not complete or fail the Traffic Survival School Course, your license will be suspended.
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Welcome to A Superior Traffic Survival School
"Traffic Survival Schools, not to be confused with Defensive Driving Schools administered through the Arizona Supreme Court, are designed to reach individuals who have exhibited a disregard for traffic laws and the safety of others. The TSS Program attempts to modify the behavior of these drivers by teaching them how to avoid adverse traffic situations by increasing their knowledge of Arizona traffic laws, defining their responsibilities while driving, and most importantly, improving their attitude toward safe driving. These schools train and assist errant drivers in the proper attitude and techniques in the operation of motor vehicles and strengthen their knowledge of state motor vehicle laws."
"As a result of poor driving behavior, courts frequently order juveniles to attend the course in order to help establish a lifetime of safe driving habits. Additionally, courts may refer traffic violators to a Traffic Survival School as a condition of sentencing."
"Traffic Survival School is required by MVD and must be attended within 60 days of the “Date Action Begins” found on the MVD Corrective Action Letter you received or your license will be suspended. Traffic Survival School is an 8 hour class and will not dismiss your citation, But is often a requirement to reinstate your driver’s license. This class CANNOT be taken online.
A Superior Traffic Survival School will utilize the Attitudinal Dynamics of Driving and Young Adults Course guide to get you back on the road more informed. You will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the eight hour class."