Different Florida drivers need different things when it comes to their driver improvement courses. Each driver also has a different schedule and may also require a different learning pace. These different requirements can significantly complicate things if the driver is taking a traditional, classroom-based driving course. However, fortunately the 100% online Florida driving courses offered by Ticket School have the flexibility and variety necessary to meet every Florida driver’s unique needs. What follows is an overview of our various online Florida driving courses:
- Florida’s Learner’s Permit Test – New prospective drivers no longer have to arrange transportation to the Florida Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to take their learner’s permit tests. The 50-question multiple choice test can be taken from home, or any location, on any internet-connected device including smartphones and tablets. Florida teens are eligible to take the test as early as midnight on their 15th birthdays and then anytime until they turn 18.
- Basic Driver Improvement Course (BDI) – This course from Ticket School is a 4-hour course that helps drivers keep points off their licenses. It also can help lower the rate on auto insurance if taken voluntarily. In order to take the BDI, course takers cannot possess a commercial driver’s license and cannot have taken the course within the past 12 months. Each driver is also only eligible to take the course five times over the course of their lives.
- Intermediate Driver Improvement Course (IDI) – This course is an 8-hour class that does many of the same things as the BDI course discussed above. However, the difference is that drivers can take this course even if they have taken a BDI in the last 12 months. This course can be taken voluntarily or as a result of being court mandated.
- Advanced Driver Improvement Course (ADI) – This 12-hour course helps drivers who have had their licenses suspended or revoked get them reinstated. By taking this course from Ticket School, or another DMV approved source, course takers can also apply for a hardship license, which allows them to drive to and from work without a full valid driver’s license. This course is great for anyone who has had their license suspended or revoked, or is looking for a way to remove points from their license.
- Drug and Alcohol Course – The Traffic Law Substance Abuse Education (TLSAE) course is mandatory for all new drivers. It helps them understand what they can and can’t do in regards to drinking and driving. This course is a great way to help promote understanding of the dangers of driving under the influence.
There are online driving courses at Ticket School for Florida residents of all ages and life situations. No matter if they are just starting to drive, or if they have been driving for years. There is an online course designed to benefit everyone.
Everything Is 100% Online
Part of the reason that these courses benefit everyone is because they are 100% online. That means that if the student doesn’t have a license yet or if their license has been suspended, they can still take the course they need without any hassle. By contrast a traditional course would likely require the participants to take public transportation or beg their friends or family to give them a ride. With courses from Ticket School every course can be taken from the comfort of the course taker’s own home or other preferred environment.
Also, because everything is online, students can take the courses according to their own schedules and at their own paces. Our courses are also packed with high quality video and engaging, easy-to-understand content.
Register For Your Florida Driving Course Today
There’s no reason to delay. You can sign up for your Ticket School course online or call and talk with our friendly, US-based customer support team if you have any questions. We also have rush delivery options available for your certificate of completion if you need it right away to make a deadline.