Re: No Driver's License Number on Ticket
Assuming you were cited in violation of CVC section 12500(a), and while a conviction will be reported on your driving record, it carries zero violation points.
Typically, a zero point violation should very little impact, if any, on annual premium. Who knows though, different insurers may utilize different criteria to rate their policies, so that question should be directed at your insurance agent....
No, you cannot take traffic school for a zero point count violation.
What you can do, however, is to begin the process for of obtaining a driver's license. If your appearance date is coming up soon & you have not passed the tests or are yet to receive the physical license, you should appear in court and request an extension. Once you become licensed, you can show proof of the same to the court and you should be able to get the citation dismissed upon payment of a $25 administrative fee to the court (instead of paying the higher fine).
This will depend on whether (1) the infraction is marked as "correctable" on your citation, (2) you meet the eligibility requirements for a driver's license, and (3) you do become licensed by the due date on your "notice to appear" or any extension date grated to you by the court.
I am right 97% of the time... Who cares about the other 4%!