Comedy traffic school offered

The I’ll Never Speed Again Traffic School will hold a class on Saturday, Sept. 26, for any traffic violators who received tickets in California or Arizona. I’ll Never Speed Again, the only DMV-approved comedy-style school serving Carmel Valley, will meet at Pat and Oscars. Attending the school will dismiss the ticket. Traffic safety expert and funny guy Gerald Cirrincione will host the class. Pre-register by calling (800) 941-2687.

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