- Duration: 8 hours
How to Complete the Florida Court-Ordered Intermediate Driver Improvement Course
Florida 8-Hour Traffic School
If you’ve been ordered by the court to take an 8-Hour Florida Intermediate Driver Improvement Course, this is the easiest way to take care of that requirement. This course is designed for drivers in Florida who have received 2 traffic citations in a 12-month period, and is often known by other names:
- 8-Hour Basic DDS
- 8-Hour DDS
- 8-Hour ADV (Advanced)
- 8-Hour Driving Course
- 8-Hour Defensive Driving Course (DDC)
Regardless of its name, I Drive Safely’s Florida 8-Hour Traffic School is the quickest, easiest, and most convenient way to deal with your traffic needs.
The Advantage of Taking Our 8-Hour Driving Course Online
With us, we believe that sitting in a stuffy classroom for hours (or even days) on end isn’t the most effective way to learn. Our 8-hour traffic school is 100% online, and comes with all the benefits of a classroom course while simultaneously cutting out all the unnecessary hassles.
- Study wherever you want – at home or at the library, all you need is a computer with an Internet connection.
- Study whenever you want – early bird or night owl, our course is available 24/7.
- Study however you want – power through the course in one sitting or take it one chapter at a time.
- Log in and out as many times as you want – our auto save feature allows you to pick up right where you left off.
We put your drivers education in your hands, and give you the freedom to optimize our course based on your learning preferences.
How to Fulfill a Court-Mandated Traffic School Requirement
- Receive notification from the court of your traffic school requirement.Habitual traffic offenders will be notified that they must attend an advanced driver improvement course above the 4-hour BDI course. You may be required to appear in court by the date on your citation, or you may receive instructions by mail.
- Enroll in and complete our Florida 8-hour traffic school course.
- Submit your completion certificate to the court within the deadline specified.Each court will give directions on how they wish your certificate to be submitted (fax, mail, in person, etc.), and each will give you a time frame after you’ve finished your course within which to submit your certificate.
- Check your driving record to verify your point reduction.Make sure the DHSMV has received your completion certificate and has given you credit for your traffic school course. Though the violation will remain on your record, the points associated with it should be removed.
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