High School Driver License Program
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Traffic Survival School
Each time you are convicted or forfeit bail for a moving traffic violation, points are assessed against your permanent driving record. If you accumulate eight or more points in any 12-month period, you may be required to attend Traffic Survival Schools (TSS), or your driving privilege may be suspended up to 12 months.
All convictions for red-light running, flashing red-light running, aggressive driving, reckless driving, moving violations resulting in death or serious injury and the first moving violation for drivers who are under 18 years of age requires successful completion of Traffic Survival School following assignment.
Effective Feb. 10, 2013, the licensure and administration of the Traffic Survival School (TSS) Program is now overseen by the Arizona Chapter National Safety Council (ACNSC). For a listing of schools, refer to your local telephone directory under "Schools-Driving" or "Driving Instruction," or visit azstatetss.org. Thank you.
If you have any questions, please call Arizona Chapter National Safety Council.
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