I recently finished taking traffic school for the moving violation I got earlier this year. I did it online. It was easy, somewhat painless and, best of all, I didn't have to spend a Saturday in a depressing classroom. All I had to do was pick one of the court-approved schools, read through the material and take the quizzes and final exam. I could stop and start as I pleased, as long as I spent a total of 400 minutes in school (there is a clock that keeps time).
I have to admit that I liked traffic school. I'll even say that I learned stuff. And most of all, I got a kick out of the multiple choice quizzes and final exam. Aaah, multiple choice. Those were the days. I used the same techniques that I employed in high school. Read the questions carefully, choose my answer, double check my answers and change them only if I'm absolutely sure that my first choice was wrong.