Traffic School

Instruction sheet for persons under the age of 21
receiving Court Supervision for a moving violation,
a seat belt violation or who have a graduated license.


Illinois law requires a motorist under the age of 21 to complete a traffic safety program in order to qualify for court supervision for a moving violation or if the motorist has a graduated license.
The Sangamon County Circuit Court procedure regarding the imposition of court supervision for a motorist under the age of 21 is as follows:
Your plea for supervision will be entered along with any applicable fines and cost.
You will be given a due date by which you must complete your traffic safety program.  Information about participation in the program, either in person or via internet, is available at:





Complete your traffic safety program and receive a certificate of completion.  You are responsible for any costs associated the the traffic safety program.
You have three choices of providing proof of attendance.
1.     You can mail the signed certificate to:
                                    Sangamon County Circuit Clerk
                                    200 South Ninth Street
                                    Springfield, IL 62701

2.     You can bring it to the Traffic Payment Windows on
         the First Floor of the Sangamon County Courts Complex.

3.  Upload your Proof of Traffic School Attendance


Include your name and case number.  Your certificate must be received at least 5 working days prior to the due date.




Failure to complete your traffic safety program (or to pay the applicable fines and costs) by the due date will result in the revocation of supervision and the entry of a conviction without further notice.





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All fees collected by the Circuit Clerk are mandated by law.

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217 753-6674

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