WrightROAD Class

The WrightROAD Class is for individuals with traffic citations who have been referred by District Court to participate in a traffic safety course.

The WrightROAD Class will provide students with a Review Of Acceptable Driving and an overview of the latest traffic laws so experienced drivers can become more aware and make better decisions behind the wheel.


Classes are held on an ongoing basis at the Wright County Law Enforcement Center, 3800 Braddock Avenue NE, Buffalo. For upcoming class dates and times, call 763-682-7308 or view courses online at www.safecomm.org. Preregistration is required prior to the class. Classes are 90 minutes and you must attend the entire class for credit. 

Late arrivals are NOT allowed in class. If you are late or fail to appear, your class fee will be forfeited and you will need to re-register AND re-pay.


You must pre-register for the WrightROAD Class within ten business days of receiving your court order. There are two ways to register:

1.  Online registration is available at www.safecomm.org. You will need your court paperwork and a Visa or MasterCard.

2.  In person registration is taken at Wright County Court Services, 4th Floor, 10 Second Street NW in Buffalo. Court Services office hours are 8 am to 4:30 pm Monday -Friday. Closed on holidays. When registering, please bring the issued court paperwork, I.D., and the course registration fee of $75.00.


  • What if I cannot get to Wright County Court Services to register?

    Any person may register you for a WrightROAD Class. They will need the court paperwork issued to you and the course registration fee of $75.00. You may also register online at www.safecomm.org.

  • Can I transfer to another date after I have registered for a class?

    We discourage transferring classes, but if you need to reschedule we can do a one-time transfer to another class, however you will be charged a $20.00 transfer fee.

  • How long do I have to sign up?

    You must register for the class within 10 business days of being ordered. You may choose any class that is open and posted on the website at the time of registration. It is your responsibility to ensure the class is completed by your court appointed deadline.

  • Is this class open to the public?

    This class is not open to the public. It is only for those individuals who have attended court because of a traffic violation and have been referred by the judge to participate. Any person who registers for this class and has not been given a court referral will lose their registration fee and will still be required to pay their citation.

What can I do?

What can I do?

Seat belts save lives. Every person should buckle up in every seat every time.

Drive safe, drive smart, and drive the speed limit.

Crashes aren't accidents. Pay attention always!

Buzzed driving is drunk driving. Impairment begins with the first drink. Never drive drunk or get into a vehicle with a drunk driver!


How you can help?

If you are in the Wright County area and interested in volunteering to help us save lives through safer roads, we would love to hear from you. We are always looking for volunteer speakers to share personal crash stories, office support, community education and event representatives.

If you are interested in volunteering for Safe Communities of Wright County, please Contact Us.