(Updated April 20, 2023)
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- Limitation of liability
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- Ticket dismissal course – important information
- The content on this site and within the online courses is for informational purposes only, and is not to be considered legal advice.
- The information contained within applies to general principles of law, and might not reflect the latest legal developments or changes to statutes. If you are involved in any legal proceedings related to cycling, seek the advice of legal counsel.
- By accessing the information on the site or any course content, the participant understands, agrees, warrants, and covenants as follows:
I hereby make known that I will hold blameless in the case of accident, injury, or damage of any kind, the Center for Cycling Education, its officers and volunteers, as well as any individual or agency associated with content development or delivery. I recognize that bicycling, like all forms of travel on public roads and streets, is potentially dangerous, and I apply any of the information contained in the course at my own risk.
- By enrolling in a course, the participant acknowledges and agree to the following:
- The liability of the course provider, its employees and agents for any act, omission to act, or negligence on the part of the course provider and their agents and employees, is strictly limited to and shall not exceed the amount of the registration fee actually paid by the participant.
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- From the time you purchase the course, you have full access to the material for one year.
- After completing the course, you may come back any time within your access period to review the content.
- The course will be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This availability may be affected by circumstances such as, but not limited to, system, site or connectivity failure over which the course provider has no control.
- To listen to narration of the main content and videos (optional), use a device equipped with speakers.
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Our course output supports the following screen readers plus Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 Level AA and Revised Section 508 standards. See the Voluntary Product Accessibility Template® (VPAT®) for details.
NVDA (latest version)
JAWS (latest version)
VoiceOver in Apple iOS
VoiceOver in Apple iPadOS
TalkBack (latest version) for Android OS
- In order for a certificate to be issued, you must provide your complete and correct Court case (’cause’) number.
- Austin: AMC000##### (Search for your case number here. )
- Houston: 4-digit year + ‘TR’ + 7-digit number — e.g., 2022TRXXXXXXX
- San Marcos: 4-digit year + 6-digit number — e.g., 2022XXXXXX
- Travis County: ‘J5-CR’ (‘Justice of the Peace, Precinct 5’) + 2-digit year + 6-digit number — e.g., J5-CR-22XXXXXX
- Waller County: ‘T’ + two-digit year + 4-digit number + JP1 — e.g., T22-XXXX-JP1
- No later than 7 days before the deadline for Austin or Houston.
- No later than 14 days before the deadline for Travis County or San Marcos. See below for details.
- Austin, Houston and Waller County, TX: A PDF version of the certificate will be emailed directly to the Court. You will be copied on this email.
- Travis County & San Marcos, TX: A PDF version of the certificate along with an accompanying letter will be emailed to you, which you must print out (the certificate must be in color) and mail or take in to the Court.
If you have any questions at all, please feel free to contact us by email, phone or text.