Florida Traffic Schools
The Florida Department of Motor Vehicles regulates the approval of traffic school courses for Florida drivers. The most common driving course taken is basic driver improvement (for a ticket).
Florida Traffic School Courses
- 4 Hour Basic Driver Improvement (speeding tickets/moving violations)
- Learners Permit DATA course (required course for all first time drivers)
- Permit Test (for learners permit - road signs/road rules)
- 8 Hour Traffic School (intermediate driver improvement)
- 12 Hour Traffic School (ADI) Online (for a Hardship License)
Florida 4 Hour Basic Driver Improvement
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Our recommended traffic school for Florida is from the Florida Drivers Association. On their website www.123Driving.com, The Florida Drivers Association provides Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles approved online traffic school courses.
8 Hour Traffic School
Shortcut: 8 hour Online Traffic School
8 hour traffic school is also known as intermediate driver improvement and defensive driving. This courses is usually taken because of a judge or court order. In addition, some florida counties allow you to take this course for a traffic ticket if you have already taken the 4 hour driver improvement course in the last 12 months.
Each Florida county determines if the 8 hour course can be taken for a ticket.
Florida Mature Driver Course
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If you are driver with a Florida drivers license that is 55 or older you qualify for a mandatory discount on your auto insurance of 10% a year if you complete the Florida Auto Insurance Discount Course.
We recommend you check with your auto insurance company before completing this six hour course. In some cases you may have been given a seniors discount.
The typical savings for completing the mature driver insurance discount course is $100 a year for three years for a total of $300.
12 Hour Traffic School (ADI)
12 hour traffic school also know as ADI (advanced driver improvement) is typically taken for excessive points. If you are in danger of getting your license suspended or have already had your drivers license suspended then a judge may allow you to take this course. In the case of a suspended license taking the 12 hour course may allow you to get a hardship license to drive to and from work.
12 hour traffic school is now available online - The Florida DMV has approved this course for all Florida Drivers.
Out of State Tickets
If you have a Florida drivers license and recieve a ticket in another state you do NOT have the option of taking traffic school
The out of state ticket information will be transmitted to the Florids Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles and you will receive the appropriate points on your Florida drivers license.