Take your Florida ADI Class Online! It’s That Easy!

Florida Advanced Driver Improvement Course

Welcome to the nation’s first 12-hour Advanced Driver Improvement course offered outside a traditional classroom. At the Traffic School, we make it easy for you. Our Internet ADI course provides you with the convenience of completing your course requirements from the comfort of your own home as your schedule permits. That’s right, no more 12-hour single-day or multiple-day classroom sessions!

During the course, you will be interacting with “peer-based” question and answer segments that are utilized to validate your successful progress through the course. This state-of-the-art system eliminates the need for you to interact with a course instructor or share your personal thoughts and beliefs with others.

Once you finish the course, we will automatically process your certificate of completion and, when applicable, directly notify the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) of your graduation.

To begin, simply click here to Register Now.

The Florida 12-Hour Advanced Driver Improvement (ADI) course is now available online! There are 4 circumstances in which a Driver will be required by the State of Florida to complete the ADI course:

  1. Your Driver License has been suspended by the State of Florida for excessive points or as a Habitual Traffic Offender (non-DUI related).
  2. You have been ordered by a Judge or Court to attend a 12-Hour ADI course.
  3. You are applying for a Hardship License. Enrollment in the 12-Hour ADI Course is required prior to obtaining a Hardship License.

1. Your Driver License has been suspended by the State of Florida for excessive points or as a Habitual Traffic Offender (non-DUI related).

If your Driver License has been suspended for excessive points or as a Habitual Traffic Offender (non-DUI related) in the State of Florida, you must complete the 12-Hour ADI course before you will be eligible to have your Driver License reinstated. In most situations, there are other court requirements as well.


2. You have been ordered by a judge to complete a 12-Hour ADI course.

There are situations where a judge or court will order someone to complete a 12-Hour ADI course. Please note that if you have been ordered to by a court or judge to attend Traffic School, but not the 12-Hour ADI course, you may need to complete the 8-Hour Intermediate Driver Improvement course. If you have been ordered to take the 12-Hour ADI course, click here to Register Now.


3. You are applying for a Hardship License.

If you are applying for a Hardship License in the State of Florida, you must enroll in the 12-Hour Advanced Driver Improvement course prior to applying.


If you need to enroll in the Advanced Driver Improvement course for any of the above reasons, click here to Register Now.

At the Traffic School, we make it easy, our Internet ADI course will provide you with the convenience of completing your course requirements from the comfort of your own home and on your own schedule. Once you finish the course, your certificate of completion will be processed automatically. When applicable, we will directly notify the Florida DHSMV that you have completed the ADI school requirement. So what are you waiting for? Register Today!

Comments are closed.