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Driving Defensively in Smith County
Smith County Offices, Links and Resources
Have questions about Smith County DPS office locations, need directions to the Smith County Traffic Court, or require more information about Smith County Gov. recourses? We have done our best to deliver to you helpful resources and information to get your questions answered by bringing you links to your Official Smith County Website and your local Smith County TX DPS Website.
Smith County Website Resources
Looking for Smith County specific information? We strongly recommend that you visit the Smith County Official Website for information on Smith driving, Smith County traffic, the Smith police department, Smith CNTY news, politics, and everything else Smith County related. The official Smith Website has questions and answers for Arp, Bullard, Hideaway, Lindale, New Chapel Hill, Noonday, Overton, Troup, Tyler, Whitehouse, and Winona residents and can be found at:
Smith County Department of Public Safety
A short list of some of the things Smith residents can do online at the TX DPS include:
In today's web driven world, there are several things made easier by getting online, especially when it comes to the Smith County DPS Website. The TX DPS has detailed information relevant to Smith County, as well as city specific resources for the cities of Arp, Bullard, Hideaway, Lindale, New Chapel Hill, Noonday, Overton, Troup, Tyler, Whitehouse, and Winona.
Smith County Defensive Driving
Smith County drivers are encouraged to complete a TX Approved Traffic Safety Course at least every three years. Our official TX Defensive Driving Website provides Smith County drivers with everything they need to become a better driver, dismiss a traffic ticket and earn up to a 10% insurance discount. Regardless of age, our Smith defensive driving courses can be completed by most licensed drivers who meet very basic qualifications. We are committed to making drivers in the County of Smith better drivers, including residents in Arp, Bullard, Hideaway, Lindale, New Chapel Hill, Noonday, Overton, Troup, Tyler, Whitehouse, and Winona.
Whitehouse Defensive Driving
Looking for a Whitehouse Defensive Driving Classroom Course? Why not save time, money, and mileage by staying in your Whitehouse home and completing your defensive driver course online? Whitehouse residents can take a defensive driving class once every 12 months to dismiss a ticket and once every three years to receive up to a 10% insurance discount from their Whitehouse insurance provider.
Tyler Defensive Driving
If you live in Tyler and are not holding a CDL drivers license, then you are eligible to take the Texas Defensive Driving online course. Please note, Tyler drivers who are ticketed for speeding more than 25mph in Tyler CANNOT take a TEA defensive driving course to dismiss a ticket.