4-Hour Florida Traffic School4-Hour Basic Driver Course

  • Dismiss Ticket Points
  • No Insurance Increases
  • Complete on Any Device
  • Streaming Course Option
  • Competitively Priced

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8-Hour Florida Traffic School8-Hour Course

This 8-hour judge-ordered Intermediate Driver Improvement course is 100% online and is also approved by Florida's Courts for instances when a Traffic Court Judge or Hearing Officer issues a Court Order requiring you to take a traffic class.

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12-Hour Traffic School (ADI)12-Hour Course

Take the online 12-hour Advanced Driver Improvement course to meet your ADI school requirement for reinstatement of your driver's license after a suspension, revocation or court order. Get your license back quickly with our instant online enrollment letter!

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About Our Courses

Florida traffic school is the only way to dismiss points from a traffic ticket and avoid an increase to your insurance. Our 100% online courses provide an easy and convenient option for meeting your traffic school requirements.

Our 4-hour, 8-hour and 12-hour driver improvement courses are approved by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) and accepted by all Florida courts! We also provide a DHSMV-approved Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Education (TLSAE) course to drivers who need to complete court-ordered TLSAE or meet the requirements to get a hardship license.

4-Hour Florida Traffic School

4-Hour Basic Driver Improvement (BDI) Course

If you received a ticket for a noncriminal moving violation, you can elect to take a 4-hour Basic Driver Improvement course to dismiss your ticket and avoid the point penalty on your driving record.

Our online BDI course can help you:

  • Dismiss points from a traffic ticket
  • Avoid an increase to your insurance rate
  • Save 9% on your traffic citation
  • Comply with court-ordered BDI traffic school

This course also meets state requirements for the court-ordered Traffic Collision Avoidance Course (TCAC).

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8-Hour Intermediate Driver Improvement (IDI) Course

8-Hour Intermediate Driver Improvement (IDI) Course

Enroll in our online Intermediate Driver Improvement course to meet court requirements for 8-hour traffic school. This course may also be required if you receive two traffic tickets within the span of 12 months.

Our IDI course can help you:

  • Meet court requirements for 8-hour traffic school
  • Maintain your license after getting two traffic tickets in 12 months
  • Keep points off your driving record

Even if you've already completed 4-hour traffic school in the past year, some Florida courts allow drivers to take the 8-hour IDI course after a recent traffic citation to keep points off their record. Check with the court that issued your ticket for details.

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12-Hour Advanced Driver Improvement (ADI) Course

12-Hour Advanced Driver Improvement (ADI) Course

If your license has been suspended for receiving too many points on your record, take our Advanced Driver Improvement course to complete the training required to regain your driving privileges. The course is also mandatory for drivers whose license was revoked because they were classified as a habitual traffic offender (HTO).

Take our online ADI course to:

  • Reinstate your suspended license
  • Comply with court-ordered 12-hour traffic school
  • Regain driving privileges after an HTO license revocation
  • Meet the ADI requirement for the "Three Crashes in Three Years" law

As soon as you register for the 12-hour ADI course, you may qualify for a hardship license that lets you drive to and from work with a suspended or revoked license. To get back on the road as soon as possible, choose the email enrollment verification option during checkout to instantly receive your proof of enrollment.

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4-Hour Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Education (TLSAE) Course

4-Hour Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Education (TLSAE) Course

Take our online TLSAE course to comply with a court order or meet the requirements to apply for a hardship license after a license suspension. Florida may order drivers to complete the course, which covers state traffic laws and the effects of drugs and alcohol, after certain traffic offenses.

For example, underaged drivers whose license was suspended for driving with a blood alcohol level between 0.02 and 0.05 must take the TLSAE course before they can apply for a hardship license.

Take our online TLSAE course to:

  • Comply with a court order
  • Meet requirements to apply for a hardship license
  • Refresh your knowledge of key traffic laws
  • Learn more about the risks of impaired driving

The TLSAE course is approved by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. It includes seven timed modules and a final exam. Get started today to get back on the road fast!

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While you have many choices for online traffic school courses, we provide features and benefits that competitors simply can't match. Plus, our Florida-based customer support team is always ready to help. Trust Florida Online Traffic School to save you time and money. You've come to the right place!

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