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Traffic School

Defensive Driving School
to remove points
from your license

State-authorized DEFENSIVE driving courses Online AND in-person 3-in-3 Driver Change Bundles
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Ticket Dismissal, Points Reduction and Insurance Discounts
Group and Online courses Available, 20 Convenient Locations. Court Ordered & Elective Options

The Point System in Florida

If your desire is to maintain every driving privilege in Florida, you have to keep your driving record clean. Whenever you break a traffic law or become one of the unsafe drivers, your license can be suspended, canceled or revoked. And because Florida has “reciprocal agreements” with most other states, the suspension or cancellation of your driver’s license will apply in the other states if you already have the privilege there or you have failed to pay tickets. In the state of Florida, you will receive points on your driver’s license after violating one of the common traffic laws. Keep in mind that you cannot exceed a certain number of points within a specified length of time if you want to keep your driver’s license. Many points on your driving record can lead to loss of driving privileges.

Reasons To Attend Traffic School

Also known as, a defensive driving course, traffic school is not the most popular way of spending your spare time. However, the courses comes with many benefits. From reducing your ticket fines to setting off the accumulated points on your driving records, traffic school can save you money and time. To attend traffic school in Florida, you can either go in person or take some courses online. Here are some of the benefits that come with completing traffic school.

4 Hours
of Basic Driver Improvement

From $24

A Florida traffic ticket can ruin your day! Whether you got your Florida ticket for speeding, red light running, improper lane change, failure to yield, or any some other moving violation, we have good news for you – you can take your Florida traffic school course with us! Not only will this course keep points off your license, but it may also provide insurance benefits if you have not had a traffic citation before.
  • The fastest, easiest way to do traffic school. There is no final exam. The course contains short unit quizzes instead.
  • Successfully completing our 4-hour BDI course will ensure:
  • You keep the points off your record
  • You keep your insurance rates from going up (§626.9541, F.S.)
  • You maintain a current Safe Driver status

8 Hours
of Intermediate Driver Improvement

From $59

If you’ve received two or more traffic tickets, or if you’ve already taken a 4-hour Basic Driver Improvement course to satisfy court requirement, you may need to take the Florida 8-hour Intermediate Driver Improvement traffic school course. We make it as easy and flexible as possible. Because it’s online and self-paced, you can break up the course into shorter sessions at times that work for you. Using the latest in multimedia teaching tools, we make the material easy to learn. You’ll be surprised at how quickly you’ll be able to finish the course, and fulfill your court requirement!
  • The fastest, easiest way to do traffic school. There is no final exam. The course contains short unit quizzes instead. 
  • Successfully completing our 8-hour IDI course will ensure:
  • Your court-ordered requirements are met
  • You may keep the points off your record
  • You may keep your insurance rates from going up
  • You maintain a current Safe Driver status

4 Hours
of Advanced Driver Improvement

From $24

Having your license suspended can pose major problems Finding the time to complete the required 12-hour Florida ADI course is just one of them. This Florida 12-hour Advanced Driver Improvement course offers you a flexible way to fulfill your court requirement, making it easier to return to the road.
  • The fastest, easiest way to do traffic school. There is no final exam. The course contains short unit quizzes instead. 
  • Successfully completing our 12-hour ADI course will ensure:
  • Your fulfill your court ordered requirements to maintain your license
  • May allow you to get your hardship license
  • May satisfy requirements for suspension revocation, habitual offender and DUI requirements.