Florida Advanced Driver Improvement Online
Florida Suspended License
Florida drivers who receive too many speeding tickets will eventually get a suspended driver license and have to take an Advanced Driver Improvement course. This course is also required if your Florida driver license has been revoked.
However, instead of sitting in an ADI class for 12 hours, you can take this easy, convenient online course offered by Driver Training Associates!
Get your enrollment letter by e-mail after you register so that you can apply for your Florida hardship license, which will allow you to drive legally to and from work until your driver license is reinstated.
Who Can Go To ADI School?
You can attend the course for any of the following reasons:
- Suspended / Revoked Florida Driver License – This is the reason most drivers attend an ADI course. If your Florida license has been suspended or revoked for points (e.g. 12 points within 12 months), you will receive a letter from DHSMV ordering you to attend this course. After you finish the course and serve out your suspension period, you can get your license back.
- Habitual Traffic Offender – If you have accumulated 18 points within 18 months, you will be classified as a Habitual Traffic Offender (HTO). You will receive a letter from DHSMV ordering you to attend the ADI course.
- Court / Judge Ordered – If your license was suspended, then you appeared in court and a judge ordered you to 12-hour ADI school, you will need to complete this course.
Why Take Your Suspended License Course Online?
Most ADI students prefer the convenience of attending their ADI class online. If your life is very busy and you can't set aside 12 hours to sit in a classroom, the Internet ADI class is right for you.
You can study during lunch breaks, during "down time," or in the evening. If you don't have an Internet connection at home, you can study at the library or at a friend's house. The course keeps track of your work so that you don't lose any when you log out.
Here are a few other reasons Florida drivers prefer the web ADI course:
- No driving to a classroom or asking someone else to drive you there
- No lecture or group discussion
- No two or three-day class sessions
- No long 12-hour day in a hard chair
If you'd like to know more about the course, be sure to read the ADI course details.