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Considering taking a Florida first-time-driver course (also known as a Florida Drug and Alcohol Course)? Whether you’re a teen or an adult who has never had a license before, this program will help you better understand safe driving and how substances such as drugs and alcohol influence your ability to drive, while helping you meet […]

First-time drivers need to know a lot of things before they get their driver’s license. Some of these things are practical, like knowing how to merge, how to check your mirrors and how to parallel park. Others, though, are more safety oriented—like understanding the dangers of driving while impaired or intoxicated. The state of Florida […]

In Florida, there are different types of driver improvement courses available for various situations. The ADI (advanced driver improvement) course is for Florida drivers who fit into one of the following situations: Your license is already suspended and you want to get it reinstated. Your license is revoked and you want to apply for a […]

Before a person can obtain a driver license or learner’s license, if they have never held a driving license previously, they must successfully pass a 4-hour drug and alcohol course in Florida. You might have heard of this course being called the TLSAE (Traffic Law Substance Abuse Education) course. If you want a legal state-issued […]

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The state of Florida requires all first-time drivers to pass a drug and alcohol course or Traffic Law Substance Abuse Education (TLSAE) course before getting their license. This applies to both teen drivers and adults getting their license for the first time. Ticketschool.com offers the Florida drug and alcohol test online. The full content of […]

Ridiculous Florida Driving Laws and Factoids

Everyone knows Florida has a unique and special culture, and that fact is certainly reflected in some of the Sunshine State’s driving laws and factoids. Here are some of the most hard-to-believe, but true ridiculous driving laws and wacky ticket stories in Florida: In Destin, it’s illegal to drive over graves in a cemetery. That’d […]