4-Hour TLSAE Courses
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*Plus $7.95 for State Assessment Fee and LPTS Certificate Processing Fee
Did you know that if you're getting your Driver's License for the first time, the State of Florida requires all applicants to complete and pass a Learner's Permit course? It's true. What you may not know is this course goes by many names. Most people call it the 4-Hour Drug & Alcohol course but it's also known as Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Education (TLSAE), or Driver's Ed. It really doesn't matter what you call it, this is the State-Approved course you need to get your Learner's Permit at the price you've been looking for.
At LowestPriceTraficSchool.com we take pride in providing our students with a fun and easy learning experience. Our 4-Hour TLSAE course can be completed online, right from home, or anyplace you can hook up to the internet and you'll have 24-Hour access to your course. Don't want to do it online? No problem. If you prefer to take your Driver's Ed Course in a traditional setting, we also offer Classroom Courses.
Online DMV Exam
Complete your course and pass your written Permit Exam without leaving home.
*$2.95 State of Florida Reporting Fee
Great News! Once you complete our Online Driver's Ed Course or if you've taken your course from another provider, you're eligible to take your Permit Exam online too! Why waste time in a crowded classroom or long lines at the DMV?
Take your Driver's Ed course and your Permit Exam online in 3 Easy Steps:
- Register for your Online Driver's Ed course and Online Permit Exam.
- Complete your Course online.
- Log on to your account and take the DMV Exam online.
A Few Frequently Asked Questions:
How old do I need to be before I can sign up for any course?
Under Florida DMV guidelines, you must be 14 years old or older to sign up and complete a driver ed learner permit course. You may not apply for your learners permit until your 15th Birthday.
What are the benefits of attending a driver ed/driver improvement course?
Attending a driver ed/driver improvement course will result in the following:
- No points will be assessed against your driving record.
- Your insurance company cannot impose any additional premium or refuse to renew a policy for vehicle insurance solely because the insured committed a non-criminal traffic infraction with the exceptions of a second infraction within 18 months, a third infraction in 36 months, or exceeding the speed limit by more than 15 mph.
What is the Zero Tolerance rule?
The Zero Tolerance rule means that drivers under the age of 21 with a blood alcohol level of .02% or more will have their Florida driver licenses suspended immediately for six months. A second offense will result in a one year suspension. Refusal to submit to blood alcohol testing will result in a twelve month driver license suspension. A second refusal will result in an eighteen month suspension.Read our full FAQ