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Suwannee County Traffic Tickets & Clerk of the Court Process

After receiving a traffic ticket in Suwannee County, Florida, you will need to take specific steps before the deadline to avoid points on your license and going to court.

For most first-time traffic violations, such as speeding or careless driving, you can handle the ticket outside of the court, which will save you time, money and keep points off your driving record.

Review the information found on the back of the ticket for the deadline and to find out if your infraction qualifies for one of the options below.

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Suwannee County, Newest Florida Traffic Violation Stats

A total of 1,562 traffic citations were issued in Suwanee County. Out of those tickets 593 were for speeding and another 355 were for careless driving. About 10% of all the tickets were dismissed. Only 218 drivers elected to attend traffic school instead of accepting points on their license.

Protect your Driver's License from Points by taking the Basic Driver Improvement (BDI) Course - also called Traffic School

After receiving your traffic ticket, you will need to plead no contest or guilty before checking your eligibility for the BDI Course. If you qualify, you can use online traffic school to keep your insurance rates from going up and keep points off your license, according to the Florida statues. Just be sure you take your certificate of completion to the Suwannee County Clerk's office after finishing traffic school online.

Do you have Eligibility Left to Attend Traffic School in Suwannee County?

Many drivers in Florida don't realize they are eligible to attend traffic school online and miss the opportunity to keep points off their license. You don't want to miss this opportunity. In Florida, you can attend traffic school up to 5 times and once every 12 months. If you're eligible, make sure you let the Clerk of the Court know you're opting to use the Basic Driver Improvement Course to keep points off your license.

Suwannee County Traffic School Online - why is it important?

The county seat of Suwannee County is Live Oak. The county was a dry county until 2011, when it became legal to sell alcohol in Suwannee County. Live Oak is home to a number of private airparks and the Suwannee County Airport.

Suwannee County has a population of 43,760 and covers 692 square miles. The county is also home to the Town of Branford and a number of unincorporated communities. It's surrounded by Madison County, Lafayette County, Hamilton County, Gilchrist County and Columbia County.

Before you let your blood pressure get too high over your recent traffic ticket in Suwannee County, consider these stats:

  • Both Interstate 10 and Interstate 75 run through the county.
  • I-10 is rated as the 7th most dangerous highway in the entire country.
  • I-75 has been rated as one of the 20 most dangerous highways in the country for several years now.
  • Other major roadways run through Suwannee County including US-27, US-90, US-129, SR-51, SR-136 and SR-247.
  • Many visitors use I-10 or I-75 to pass through the county on their way to popular Florida destinations.
  • Traffic accidents throughout the area are on the rise.

To start your traffic school course, choose a course format below. All courses cover the same material and take the same amount of time to complete.



Could you imagine how dangerous it would be to drive in Suwannee County without patrols on the roads or traffic school for offending drivers?

Suwannee County Crash Stats20162015Percent Change3-Year Avg.
Total Number of Motor Vehicle Crashes 739 591 -20.03% 639
Fatalities 20 12 -40.00% 16
Injuries 513 433 -15.59% 429
Alcohol Related 19 18 -5.26% 21
Alcohol Related Fatalities 3 3 0.00% 3
Alcohol Related Injuries 21 15 -28.57% 16


Suwannee County Clerk of Court

In Suwannee County, you'll be working with the clerk of the court for anything related to public records. The clerk's office also takes all payments for the county. This means, if you need to pay a fine or you need to buy a marriage license, you'll work with the clerk of the courts. In fact, this government office handles all payments for Suwanee County, no matter the reason for the payment.

The Suwannee County Clerk of Court will be the office you go to for your traffic ticket. You will need to inform the Clerk's office if you plan to enroll in online traffic school and you will need to pay your ticket with them, as well. For more information about the Suwannee County Clerk of Court, check their website here.

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