Florida Court Ordered Traffic School
If you were ordered by a Florida court or judge, or even the Florida DHSMV, to take a 4-hour driver improvement or defensive driving course then this traffic school course is for you.
Did the court order you to Florida Court Ordered Traffic School?
Looking for an approved online Defensive Driving School?
You've Come to the Right Place!
With our State-Approved, online Florida Court Ordered Traffic School you can:
- Fulfill your obligation to the court
- Take your course from the convenience and privacy of home or work - No Classroom Necessary
- Complete the course at your convenience - in your spare time
Florida Court Ordered Traffic School FAQ
Do I have to take the course all at once?
No. Since you're taking this course online in the privacy and comfort of your home or office, you can break it up and complete it at your convenience. With unlimited log-ins, the choice is yours!
How long is the 4-Hour Traffic School course?
The course is 4 hours long, including breaks and you may take the course in sections or all at once.
Do I have to start right now?
It's up to you. Start the class immediately after signing up or sign up now and start later!
When will I get my Traffic School Certificate?
Your certificate of completion will be processed as soon as you complete the course online and can send it to you the same day via email or regular mail.
After my second unfortunate accident I was concerned about losing my license, but I was able to complete my traffic school course online at home and retained my driving privileges in no time. It was simple. Thank you!
This online course was really easy to use. Taking the course at home was a lot better than having to go sit in a classroom for 4 hours!
If you are charged with exceeding the posted speed limit by more than 30 mph, you are not eligible to take this course per statute 318.14(9).
Ch. Law 2010-198 HB 631 Motor Vehicles Effective 07/01/10 - 318.14(9) - Drivers are limited in the number of traffic school elections they may make in order to avoid points, to no more than 5 in a lifetime.