ADI / Advanced Driver Improvement
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Florida 12 hour traffic school is also known as Advanced Driver Improvement (ADI). This course is usually taken by Florida drivers who have received 12 points in 12 months on their drivers license. In addition, this course is for Habitual Traffic Offenders.
If you have had your Florida Drivers License suspended for 12 points in 12 months, 18 points in 18 months or 24 points in 36 months per s. 322.27(3) (a),(b) or (c), F.S. respectively), Have had your revoked for being a habitual offender (Habitual Traffic Offender — HTO) under s. 322.264, F.S. — the ADI course, 12 hour Advanced Driver Improvement will assist you in getting your license reinstated.
If a judge ordered you to take a 12-hour ADI class then the ADI course is the correct course for you to take.
$ is your total cost — when you complete your ADI — Advanced Driver Improvement course on DMVFlorida.org. After registration you have the option of getting your enrollment verification by email so you can get your drivers license reinstated faster. You can also get your enrollment letter by first class mail.
When your license is suspended or a judge orders you to take an ADI course this is how it works:
No, the most you can do is 6 hours in one day.
You will send it to the Florida DMV Bureau of Administration Office closes to you. The Bureau of Administration has offices through out Florida — they are listed on the Application for Hardship License form.
Yes the ADI Course will assist you in getting your hardship license. You will also have to complete 4 hours of training with a licensed commercial driving school and pass an extended road test with a drivers license examiner.