|Arizona Revised Statutes §28-3395(A)(2) requires the Arizona Supreme Court to make public the amount of the court diversion fee assessed by each Arizona court, and the total cost to attend defensive driving school for dismissal of a designated minor traffic citation. The total cost to attend consists of the total of four amounts: (1) the court diversion fee; (2) the State Fee; (3) the state surcharge; and (4) a school fee. The total cost to attend may be expressed as a range where the court uses more than one school and the school fees are different. The court diversion fee may change in April and October of each year.
Note: There may be additional fees, such as notary fees, collection fees, etc., associated with a citation which may be ordered by a court and/or collected by a defensive driving school or a third-party representative. These fees may be in addition to the fees discussed in the preceding paragraph and the costs may vary. Prior to enrolling in a course, a student may inquire of their court or a defensive driving school as to whether any of these additional costs may be applicable.