Terms and Conditions

Terms and Conditions

OLTS Terms and Conditions

Thank you for choosing TennesseeDriver.com (The On-Line Traffic School, Inc.). We appreciate your business and ask that you take a few minutes to review our Terms and Conditions. You will be asked to verify that you have read, and agree to, these Terms and Conditions. You must do so before you may proceed with the course.


The participant hereby acknowledges that upon successful completion of this course (hereafter "course") s/he is eligible to defer one current and eligible traffic conviction, unless the court, or another applicable state agency, determines otherwise, or the participant is found to be otherwise ineligible.

The participant acknowledges that by registering for the course, s/he enters into an agreement with the court of jurisdiction to dismiss her/his traffic conviction. The participant will be found in violation of this agreement if s/he solicits and/or accepts any assistance whatsoever in the completion of the course.

The court of jurisdiction reserves the right to monitor and review access to the course in any fashion, at any time. By submitting her/his final exam answers, the participant certifies that s/he has completed the course without any assistance, whatsoever. A passing score is considered to be 80% correct, or greater, on the course final exam.

Course Curriculum

The course curriculum meets all applicable state requirements for content, duration, security and administrative procedures. It is designed to provide the participant with an overview of defensive driving principles, the effects of alcohol and drug use on driving, driver attitude and behavior, accident preventability, traffic laws, and additional state-mandated topics.

The participant is expected to be completely familiar with all aspects of the curriculum. S/he is strongly encouraged to read carefully, take notes, and review each course section prior to the final exam. The final exam is cumulative.

Course Participation

The participant agrees to complete the assigned curriculum, achieve at least the minimum passing score on all quizzes (80%) and the final examination (80%), and meet all course requirements to receive completion credit. The On-Line Traffic School, Inc. (hereafter "course provider") cannot issue completion credit and/or a completion certificate (certificate of completion) to any participant who does not fulfill the requirements. Furthermore, no participant shall deliberately accept completion credit and/or a completion certificate if s/he does not fulfill all course requirements as described herein.

Personal Conduct

The participant shall not bypass or circumvent any section of the assigned curriculum, and s/he shall not accept outside assistance, with the exception of technical support administered by the course provider. If the course circumvention is of a malicious and damaging nature to the provider or any member of the public and/or another participant, the provider may pursue legal action to the full extent of the law.

Course Eligibility Requirements

It is the participant's responsibility to ensure that s/he is eligible to participate in the course. The course provider does not assume any liabilities or responsibilities, expressed or implied, with respect to: (1) The participant's eligibility to participate; (2) The court's acceptance of the completion credit issued (completion certificate); (3) Administrative errors on the part of the court and/or another applicable state agency. Furthermore, it is the participant's responsibility to verify his/her eligibility to participate, and/or secure court authorization (permission) as necessary.

Course Fees

The participant agrees to pay the course fee. This fee is separate from any other fees and must be paid in full before the participant can participate in the final exam and/or before completion credit can be issued. The participant may pay by credit card, debit card, check, or money order (payment by check/money order must be mailed in a timely manner). If a personal check is returned for any reason, including nonsufficient funds, the participant shall pay the original course fee in addition to a $20 service charge via money order or certified cashier's check. The participant shall pay a $5 service charge for any course fee that is refunded to a credit card.

Course Time Requirements

When applicable, the participant must adhere to the time requirements established by the governing body. To ensure that the time requirement is met, the participant will be unable to proceed to the next course section until the allotted time has elapsed. The participant may login/out of the course at anytime, but s/he must meet minimum time requirements and may not exceed maximum time requirements when applicable.

Technological Issues

Circumstances beyond the control of the provider may cause periodic delays during course participation. These include, but are not limited to, the following: internet network problems; routing issues; server traffic congestion; and/or other unforeseen technological issues. The provider does not assume any liabilities or responsibilities, expressed or implied, with respect to technological problems outside of the provider's control that delay a participant's progress or course completion.

User Agreement

While the information contained in this publication (course) has been compiled from sources believed to be reliable and correct at the time of publication, the provider/publisher makes no warranty, expressed or implied, with respect to the use of any information, method or process disclosed in this publication; nor that such use may not infringe upon privately owned rights, and does not assume any liabilities or responsibilities, expressed or implied, with respect to the use of, or for damages resulting from the use of any information, method, or process disclosed in the publication or the accuracy of the information contained herein. The information in this course has been accumulated from various state agencies, U.S. Government sources, and in consultation with subject matter experts.

This publication is not intended or designed to give legal advice on compliance with Federal, state, or local laws and regulations. It should be noted that laws, regulations, and standards are subject to revision, addition, or deletions at any time. No part of this publication may be reproduced or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval systems, without prior written permission from the course provider.

Penalty of Perjury Statement

"I hereby certify, under penalty of perjury, that I have read and agree to the above Terms and Conditions, and that I will complete the TennesseeDriver.com online driver education course in its entirety, including all course materials, quizzes, and the final examination on my own without the assistance of any outside party."


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