Accepted by Florida Clerks of the Court

Our online 8-hour traffic school course is accepted by Florida clerks of the court. This course can be taken by drivers who have volunteered to attend an 8-hour course as well as drivers who were judge or court ordered to attend.

In some Florida counties, drivers may elect or be ordered to attend an Intermediate Driver Improvement program, or "IDI." Often the driver will receive an administrative order from the court indicating the type of course he or she must attend. IDI course attendance is normally allowed if a driver has already attended a 4-hour BDI course for a traffic violation and that driver has received a second violation within a 12-month period.

To begin your online 8-hour traffic school course, click the green "GO" button on this page.

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"Thank you for offering an 8-hour class online so I don't have to waste an entire Saturday taking this course."

– Dawn T., Orlando

IDI Is Not Aggressive Driving or DWLSR

The option for IDI attendance is not offered in every Florida county or every court. This situation is further complicated by the fact that some courts order drivers to specifically attend an 8-hour aggressive driving course. There is also an 8-hour class offered in Florida called "DWLSR," or driving while license suspended / revoked, which is also not an 8-hour IDI course.

For both IDI and aggressive driving, the court will issue an administrative order directing the defendant to attend a specific type of course. Florida courts will not accept an IDI course certificate for an aggressive driving order. Before signing up for your course, be sure that you are taking the right one. If you are not sure, contact us for assistance.

Aggressive driving courses are offered in the classroom only. If you know that you need an aggressive driving course, you can click here to locate a school in your area that offers this course.

For additional information about the IDI course, read our IDI course Frequently Asked Questions.