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Available 24/7
Court Approved
No Final Exam

How does the course work?

  1. Register: Create an account and submit the course payment with any debit or credit card and you will have access to the course in minutes!
  2. Complete the Course: The curriculum is eight hours in length and contains text, videos, and animations. At the end of each unit is a short multiple-choice quiz that you must pass. Once you have passed each of the eight course units you will have successfully completed, and a certificate can be processed.  The course is available 24/7, which gives you the freedom to log in or out as needed, and your progress is automatically saved as you go.  You can also access the course from any location and from any device with internet access (PC, laptop, tablet, or smartphone).
  3. Completion Certificate: By default, a paper certificate will be printed and mailed to the address provided upon successful completion of the course unless you choose the PDF certificate download upgrade option. The PDF certificate option can be chosen at registration or immediately following completion.We process and mail the paper certificates at 3PM EST each business day (Monday through Friday, excluding holidays).  Completions on weekends or after 3PM EST on a business day will be mailed out the following business day.
How does the course work?

Who needs the 8-hour driver improvement course?

18 years of age or older.

Multiple Tickets – You’ve already completed a 4-hour basic driver improvement course in the past 12 months for another ticket.

18 years of age or older.

Aggressive Driving – You’ve been court ordered due to aggressive driving (multiple tickets, excessive speed, reckless behavior, etc.).

18 years of age or older.

License Suspension – A court or judge ordered the course to prevent a license suspension or to get your license back.

18 years of age or older.

Pre-trial Requirement – You are required to take the course as part of a plea bargain with your attorney, a probation officer, or judge.

Yes! Our course is an acceptable option with most courts and judges if you have been ordered to complete an 8-hour Florida driver improvement course (a.k.a. Aggressive driving course) due to the following:

  • You already completed the 4-hour Basic Driver Improvement (BDI) course in the past 12 months for another ticket.
  • You have multiple tickets and/or were cited for aggressive driving, road racing, or road rage behaviors.
  • You have been court ordered to prevent a license suspension or to get your license back.
  • You have a pre-trial requirement to complete the 8-hour course as part of an agreement with your attorney, probation officer, and/or judge.

IMPORTANT: Some courts / judges may require that the course be taken in person. If you are unsure if the online course is acceptable, we recommend that you contact the court prior to registering.

Completing an 8-hour Florida Driver Improvement / Aggressive Driving course online provides unmatched convenience when compared to the traditional classroom format.

The course is available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. You don’t need to worry about trying to fit a class into your weekends or taking off work on a weekday. Register and access our course from any internet-enabled device (smartphone, tablet, PC, or laptop). You can register and pay at your convenience and be given immediate access to start the course. You can log in and out as your schedule requires and our system saves your progress. Once you complete the full 8-hour course, we will process and provide you with a certificate either electronically, if purchased, or via the mail. Can it get much simpler than that?

Length: 8 hours

Course Units: 8

Our 8-hour aggressive driving / driver improvement course contains the following:

Content Verification:There is no final exam. Instead, we test that you are watching the videos and understanding the course material by requiring you to pass a short multiple-choice quiz at the end of each unit. You are given three attempts to pass each unit quiz.

Identity Verification: You are required to set up 10 identity verification questions when setting up your account. The answers provided to your ID questions are saved. At random points throughout the course, you will be prompted to answer one of your ID questions and your answer must match the answer given at registration. Failing more than 30% of these ID questions in the course can result in disqualification.

Completion Certificate: Upon successful completion of the course (passing the last unit quiz), a certificate of completion will be processed. You have the option at registration to choose your desired method of delivery for the certificate. By default, a paper copy of the certificate will be mailed to the address you provide. The paper copy should be received in 5-7 business days via the postal service. We also offer a electronic pdf copy that can be made available if you choose that upgrade. Mailed certificates are processed at 3PM EST on each business day (Monday-Friday, excluding holidays). If you finish after 3PM on a weekday or on a weekend, your certificate will be mailed out on the following business day.

State Reporting: You completion for this course is NOT reported electronically to the court or to the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. It is your responsibility to successfully receive your completion certificate and turn it in to the proper authority prior to any deadlines.

Court Approved – Our online Florida 8-hour driver improvement / aggressive driving course has been accepted by most of the courts across the state for decades.

Trusted History – Our company has proudly offered driving improvement related courses across the US and Florida for over 45 years.

Superior Service – Our US-based reps are ready to help via phone or email between 10AM and 6PM EST Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.

Updated and Engaging Content: What separates us is the quality of the content and the research proven curriculum that will help you make better decisions behind the wheel.

The registration process for the course requires and accepts any major debit or credit card via the secure online payment page. For your security, we DO NOT save or store any payment information, and the payment process is fully encrypted.

Unlike the process when you elect to take a 4-hour traffic school course for a ticket, the 8-hour driver improvement / aggressive driving course is typically ordered by a court. You don’t normally have an option of whether to complete the course or not, if you want to keep your license. If you have any questions about whether completing the course will keep a citation and the associated points off your record, we suggest asking the court prior.

We are not the court or judge, so it is very difficult for us to know the specifics of your case since every case is unique. When it comes to ticket and/or point dismissal it is completely up to the court and judge to determine whether a ticket and the associated points will go on your record after you complete the course.

Important: We DO NOT report completions to the court, county, or Florida DHSMV. It is your responsibility to turn in the certificate to the appropriate authority before any appointed deadlines.

Completion of an 8-hour driver improvement course is typically ordered by a court for a number of different reasons. The course may also go by a number of different names depending on the type of citation(s) that you received. The most common reasons that a court or judge will mandate you to take the course include:

  • You had another ticket in the past 12 months that you completed the 4-hour Basic Driver Improvement (BDI) course for and rather than take that again, the judge wants you to take the 8-hour course.

  • You have one or more tickets that were determined to be aggressive driving, road racing, or road rage. In these situations the court may order you to take an “aggressive driving course”. If this is the case, be sure to select Aggressive Driving when choosing your reason for taking the course during the registration process.

  • Due to multiple tickets, the court / judge has ordered the completion of the course to avoid having your license suspended. You may also be in a situation where you failed to meet the court’s requirements previously and your license is already suspended, and you must complete the course as a condition to get your license back.

  • You have an attorney assisting with your case and they want you to take the course prior to trial or they negotiated a pre-trial plea bargain with the judge, court, or a probation officer that includes the completion of the course.

IMPORTANT: Some courts / judges may require that the course be taken in person. If you are unsure, we recommend that you verify that an online 8-hour driver improvement / Aggressive Driving course will be accepted prior to registering.

Our goal is to give you a simple and stress-free course taking experience. If you aren’t completely satisfied, we offer a full 30-day money-back guarantee. The only exclusions are if you have already successfully completed the course, a completion certificate has been issued to you, or you were disqualified for failure of the course quizzes or ID verification.

Now Approved in The Following States!

Approved in Texas, Missouri, Louisiana, Illinois, Michigan, Tennessee, New York, Virginia, and Florida