If you have a Florida Driver's License and are 55 years of age or older*, you are now eligible to complete a 6 hour motor vehicle accident prevention course that will allow you to receive a reduction on your insurance rate for three years (Florida Statute 627.0652). This course is approved by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.
This course is approved by the Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles and provides a 10% reduction in car insurance premiums for 3 years upon initial completion and a 15% reduction upon course renewal. The Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles may consider the satisfactory completion of this course as a 3-point credit when determining driver penalties. This credit is at the discretion of the Division and may vary from case to case. The course is 100% online, available for drivers of all ages, and the discount can be renewed every three years.
All first time drivers in the State of Florida are required to pass a Driver License Knowledge Exam before applying for their learner's license. This online exam is Florida DHSMV authorized to meet your written license exam requirement.
If the court or a judge has ordered you to take a traffic class, then the Florida 8 Hour Judge Ordered course is for you! Simply register for the course and start immediately. Please note: this course is NOT for the 8 Hour Driving While License Suspended Course or the 8 Hour Aggressive Driving Course.
If your Florida driver's license has been suspended for too many points (i.e., a point suspension for 12 Points/12 Months, 18 Points/18 Months or 24 Points/36 Months per s. 322.27(3) (a),(b) or (c), F.S. respectively), revoked as an Habitual Traffic Offender (HTO) under s. 322.264, F.S., or, if you were ordered to attend a 12-Hour ADI course by a judge per s. 322.291(1)(c), F.S., then the 12-Hour Advanced Driver Improvement (ADI) is for you!
By taking the course, you will meet the educational requirements for reinstatement of your driver's license. This course is approved by the Florida Department of Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles.
If you have a Florida Driver's license OR you received a ticket in Florida, then the 4 Hour Basic Driver Improvement (BDI & TCAC) course is for you! By taking the class, you will not receive any points on your record for the current violation, your insurance will not increase as long as there is no accident associated with the ticket (statute 318.14 (9)), and your safe driver status will be maintained. Under Florida law, you may elect to attend a basic driver improvement course once in any 12-month period but no more than five times in your lifetime. Holders of a Commercial Driver's License (CDL) are not eligible to take this course per statute 318.14