If your license was suspended in the state of Florida for points, as a habitual traffic offender (non-DUI related), or by court order, you must complete an Advanced Driver Improvement course.
The Florida 12 hour Traffic School course, also known as Advanced Driver Improvement Online (ADI), is required before driving privileges are restored for a revoked license, point suspensions and habitual traffic offenders (non-DUI related).
Get your Hardship License - To obtain a hardship license during your suspension period you will need a Letter of Enrollment from our Traffic School which will be delivered as soon as you register.
- Take the course online course from the convenience and privacy of your home or work - No Classroom Necessary
- Simple to use, no computer experience needed
- Unlimited log-ins and log-outs so you can complete the course at your convenience - in your spare time
- Get the certificate you need to get your full license back via email.
If you fall under these categories, you will be required by the DMV to take the course.
Suspended License / Revoked License - If your Drivers License has been suspended for 12 points within 12 months you will need to enroll in this course before applying for a hardship license. The DMV will also be sending you a letter requiring you to complete a 12-Hour Advanced Driver Improvement course. This is the most common option.
Habitual Traffic Offender (HTO) - If your Drivers License has been suspended for 18 points within 18 months, you have received a letter from DMV requiring you to take a 12-Hour Advanced Driver Improvement course for HTO.
Court Ordered 12 Hour Traffic School - If your Drivers License has been suspended and you appeared in Court and the Judge ordered you to take a 12-Hour Advanced Driver Improvement course.
The objective of this Florida 12 hour traffic school course is to assist problem drivers in the development of alternative driving behaviors to those that resulted in driving privilege suspension or revocation. Participants are instructed through various techniques to accept responsibility for their actions, understand and identify the consequences of continued poor driving, and develop a plan to avoid future difficulties.