Advanced Driver Improvement FAQs
How do I know if I need advanced driver improvement?
If your driver's license has been suspended or revoked as a result of points or you have been in three crashes in 36 months where you were at fault, most likely you will need advanced driver improvement (ADI) to keep your driving privileges.
My license is suspended as a result of points, how do I drive again?
If you sign up for ADI traffic school and get your enrollment verification, you can provide this as proof to get your hardship license. Once you get your enrollment letter and driving record information, you need to submit it to the Florida Bureau of Administrative Review office nearest to you https://www.flhsmv.gov/resources/forms/all-forms/
How can I get my enrollment verification?
We offer two ways during registration, by instant email or first-class mail.
How long is the ADI course?
The course requires a minimum of 12 hours.
What are the laws regarding license suspension in Florida?
|12 points in 12 months||30-day suspension|
|18 points within 18 months||3-month suspension|
|24 points within 36 months||12-month suspension|
What is the "Three Crashes in Three Years Law"?
Florida statutes require that if a motorist was convicted or pled no contest to 3 traffic violations which caused a crash within 3 years, you must complete an approved driver improvement course that includes behind-the-wheel training and a driving assessment. The department will notify you after the 3rd crash if you need to complete these requirements.
To avoid driver license cancellation, you must:
- Complete an approved Advanced Driver Improvement course (ADI)
- Complete 4-hours of behind-the-wheel training from a licensed commercial driving school
- Pass the extended road test with a DL examiner