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Advanced Driver Improvement    $63.00

Get Back Your Florida Driver License

Are you ready to start driving again? You've come to the right place. We can help!

We offer the 12-hour State of Florida approved Advanced Driver Improvement course that you can take online at your own pace. This course is required for all Florida drivers who need to get a hardship license, need to get a suspended license reinstated, have been declared a habitual traffic offender (HTO), or have been judge ordered to attend an ADI course.

Our course offers FREE delivery of both your enrollment letter (needed for a hardship license) and your completion certificate. Both are available through PDF download. Most other ADI courses charge for expedited delivery of one or both of these documents.

Sign up for your online ADI course right now, or check our FAQ for complete details. You can also call us at 1-800-222-9199 and we will answer your questions.

Man holding car keys because he has gotten back his driver license

"Your customer service people knew the answers to all my questions about what I needed to do to get back my driver license."

– Alphonse E., Miramar

Reasons for Attending the ADI Course

ADI course attendance is always mandatory. Drivers are required to complete an advanced driver improvement program for any of the following reasons.

Suspended / Revoked Florida Driver License

A driver whose license has been suspended or revoked for too many traffic ticket points will have to show proof of completion of an ADI course before his or her license can be reinstated.

Hardship License

A Florida hardship license allows a driver to drive to and from work if that driver's license has been suspended or revoked. Some drivers are not eligible to receive a hardship license. If a driver is eligible to receive a hardship license, then that driver must show proof of enrollment in an ADI course before a hardship license may be issued to him or her.

Habitual Traffic Offender (HTO)

A driver can be classified as a Habitual Traffic Offender in a number of ways as set forth in §322.264, F.S. One way is if the driver accumulates fifteen Florida moving violations within a five-year period. Another way is by committing three or more serious traffic offenses within a five-year period. Drivers who have been designated HTO will receive notification from the Florida DHSMV that they must attend an ADI course.

Judge / Court Ordered Attendance

Occasionally, a Florida judge or court will order a driver to attend an ADI class, which might be specified on the administrative order as a "12-hour driver improvement course." This usually occurs if the driver has a history of violations and previous attendance of shorter driver improvement classes has had no apparent effect on his or her driving behavior.

"3 Crashes in 3 Years" Course Attendance

The "3 Crashes in 3 Years" course is required for any Florida licensed driver who has been involved in three crashes within three years. In that case, the Florida DHSMV will order the driver to attend an ADI course, in addition to other requirements for license reinstatement. If this applies to you, select "3 Crashes in 3 Years" as your reason for attending when you sign up for the ADI course online.

Out of State Ticket – Department Required Attendance

This attendance type applies to a driver who has gotten an out of state ticket and then received a letter from Tallahassee. In the case of such department required attendance, the driver should select "Other" as his or her reason for attending the course. That driver's completion will be reported as department required after he or she successfully completes all course work and passes the final exam.

Convenient Advanced Driver Improvement

Online Advanced Driver Improvement is a great benefit to drivers with suspended or revoked licenses because they do not have to rely on a friend, neighbor or relative to drive them to a class. They also do not have to risk driving illegally to a class using their own vehicle.

While most classroom ADI courses require the driver to spend 12 (or more) hours on a Saturday, or divide the class up over multiple days, the online ADI course allows you to learn at your own pace, on your schedule.

Sign up for online Florida Advanced Driver Improvement now by clicking the green register button.