No. Please note that the TEA does not permit electronic delivery of your certificate – either by email or fax, so be sure to complete the course in enough time to allow for certificate mailing. Overnight shipping options are also available at an additional cost.
Mailing by regular US postal mail is the default method for providing your certificate. However, we do offer a number of expedited delivery options and same-day processing for an additional fee. If you complete your course before 5:00 PM Central Time, we can send your certificate by overnight mail via FedEx. To do so, select overnight option at registration, and be sure to contact our customer service department as soon as you complete the course.
Our certificates are processed Monday-Saturday by 9:00 AM Pacific Standard Time. Users completing after the cut-off time will be processed the following business day. We ask you to allow three to five days for delivery of your certificate via regular first class mail. Premium delivery services are available for an additional fee. Downloadable completion receipts are usually available within 30 minutes after completion.
No, unfortunately we do not send your certificate directly to the court. All Texas courts require that we send the certificate to the defendant, which you will then have to return to the court. Many courts require a copy of a drivers record to be submitted directly with certificate. We offer an option to order a driver record online, which will provide you a certified copy at the end.
We will notify the Texas Education Agency (TEA) electronically that you have completed the course within the required seven (7) day time period. However, our reporting your completion to the TEA does not substitute the need to submit your certificate to the court. Your ticket will not be dismissed until you submit your certificate of completion (and driving record, if required) to the court.