8 - Hour Traffic School Courses
- The 12 hour Advanced Driver Improvement course (ADI) is designed to identify driving behaviors that are leading to poor driving decisions. The ADI course is interactive and you must join in class discussions. After completing the course, you will be better prepared to make better choices for future driving behaviors.
- You must complete an ADI course if your driver license was suspended in Florida for accumulation of points, as a habitual traffic offender (HTO), or by court order.
- If the ADI course is required by the Court, you must provide the citation information to the instructor before enrolling in the course.
- If the ADI course is completed due to a point suspension or HTO, you must inform the instructor at the time of enrollment. After the you completes the course registration, we can provide you with a letter of enrollment, if necessary.
- To be suspended for points, a driver accumulates:
12 points within 12 months (30 day suspension);
18 points within 18 months (3 month suspension); or
24 points within 36 months (1 year suspension).
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Advanced Driver Improvement Courses
A Basic Driver Improvement (BDI) course is mandatory for any one of the following:
- Electing to attend BDI school instead of having points assessed from a citation;
- You were cited at fault in a crash and someone was transported to the hospital;
- You had two crashes within a two-year period that resulted in property damage greater than $500; or
- You were convicted of one of the following while you held a Florida driver license:
Passing a school bus when it displayed a stopped signal;
Racing on a highway;
Highway racing – spectator;
Reckless driving; or
Running a red light.
4 - Basic Driver Improvement Courses