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The state of Florida offers a variety of traffic school options for drivers, depending on their specific situation. You may be required by court to attend a basic or advanced driver improvement school, or you may elect to complete such a course to avoid otherwise severe penalties. Whatever your reasons, it will be in your best interests to learn about the options you have as a driver. The Ticket & License Center has handled hundreds of thousands of traffic tickets and represented drivers throughout Florida. If you have any legal questions about your traffic school eligibility or reasons to enroll, you can trust our attorney at the firm to provide constructive and personalized legal advice on your situation.

Contact the firm at (954) 525-4858 or online here for your free initial consultation.

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Basic Driver Improvement School

There are two situations in which you may need to attend basic driver improvement school – as mandated by court due to a serious moving violation or elected by choice in response to a non-criminal moving violation. If you have been convicted of the following offenses, the court will require you to attend a basic driver improvement course:

You have 90 days from the citation date to complete the required school or your driving privileges will be canceled until you complete the school requirement.

On the other hand, if you are charged with a non-criminal moving violation and do not have a commercial driver license, you may elect to attend a basic driver improvement school once every 12 months or for a total of 5 times within your lifetime. Attending traffic school will minimize the penalties you might incur for non-criminal violations, such as avoiding points on your driving record.

Note that in most counties you must voluntarily elect to attend basic driver improvement school within 30 days of receiving the traffic citation. Within the 30-day window, you must pay the fine and fees for the traffic citation, then notify the court that you are electing to attend driver improvement school. If the class is not completed timely, your school election is forfeited, points are assessed against your record and your license may be suspended unless you pay additional fees to the court.

Following completion of the course, you must provide required proof of course completion to the court. Be aware that it is your responsibility to meet the court-reporting requirements

Advanced Driver Improvement Course

Drivers must complete an Advanced Driver Improvement (ADI) course if:

  • their driver license was suspended for accumulation of points,
  • they are a habitual traffic offender, or
  • they have been ordered by the court.

Additionally, Florida also has a “three crashes within three years” rule that requires drivers who have been convicted of a crash-related third traffic offense within 36 months to complete an approved driver improvement course that must include behind-the-wheel training and an assessment of driving ability.

Visit for a list of approved courses.

Questions? Contact the Ticket & License Center.

There are a variety of reasons to complete traffic school courses as a driver in Florida. You could be required to attend traffic school due to a moving violation, or you may elect to do so to avoid severe penalties or seek an insurance discount. No matter your reason, it might be worthwhile to consider the option of traffic school. If you have legal questions about your eligibility or next steps upon completion, contact the Ticket & License Center. The firm has an in-depth knowledge of the Florida traffic law system and can provide any legal counsel you seek in your case, whether you are a first-time traffic offender or habitual traffic offender.

Speak with an attorney at the Ticket & License Center today at (954) 280-8811. Free consultations available!


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