FAQ – Advanced Driver Improvement

Florida Advanced Driver Improvement Course | Florida ADI School

Do I need to apply for an Advanced Driver Improvement (ADI) course before I can get a hardship license?

Yes. Once you register for an ADI class you will immediately get an on-line enrollment letter and then you can apply for a hardship license.

Is there a 12 Hour Advanced Driver Improvement (ADI) course available online or do I need to go to a classroom?

There is another option for the 12 Hour ADI course besides going to a class. You no longer have to sit in a classroom for 12 straight hours or multiple days. The Internet’s first 12 Hour ADI class is available right here from The Traffic School.com.

What is the advantage to taking a 12 Hour ADI course on-line?

Too many to mention. First, you get to take the course in the comfort of your own home. No sitting in a room for a long period of time with people you don’t know sharing your personal feelings and thoughts. With our course you will be interacting with “peer based” question and answer segments that validate your successful progress through the course. Our state-of-the-art system eliminates the need for you to interact with a course instructor.

Where do I need to go to prove I successfully completed the 12 Hour ADI class?

Nowhere because we do it for you. Once the course is completed we automatically process your certificate of completion and, when applicable, directly notify the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles of your graduation. It couldn’t be more convenient for you.

Why would I have to take the 12 Hour ADI class?

There are a few reasons a driver would be required by the State of Florida to take this course.

  1. The State of Florida has suspended your driver’s license as a Habitual Traffic Offender (non-DUI related) or for excessive points.
  2. You have been ordered by the judge or the court to take the course.
  3. You are applying for a hardship license. Enrollment in this course is required before applying for a hardship license.


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