What Is Included in the Course?
The course is very straightforward. The course is broken into:
- Six sections
- One conclusion
- A final exam
If you read everything, fill in answers to all quiz questions, and study the material, you should have no problem passing the final exam.
How Long Does the Course Actually Take?
State law requires Florida advanced driver improvement courses to be 12 hours long:
- Classroom and study time: 10.5 hours
- Breaks: 1.5 hours
You can take your time if you need it, though. Once you sign up for ADISchool.com’s online course, you have up to 90 days from the day of registration to complete it, unless the FLHSMV or the court has ordered you to finish the course in a shorter time period.
Can’t Wait for Your License to Be Reinstated? See If You Qualify for a Hardship License
If your Florida license was suspended or revoked and you feel you cannot wait for the course to be completed or for your license to be reinstated to start driving again, then you should see if you qualify for a Florida hardship license. Hardship licenses are meant for those who need a car to continue getting to work or school or for a medical reason.
To qualify for one, your suspension or revocation must have been due to one of the following reasons:
- You accumulated too many points on your license.
- You received a violation that resulted in death or serious bodily injury.
- You are considered a Habitual Traffic Offender (though you have to wait one year from the date of the revocation).
To be approved for a hardship license, you must do all of the following:
- Fill out an application through FLHSMV.
- Pay the necessary fees.
- Show proof that you are either enrolled in an advanced driver improvement course or you have already completed one.
- Bring a list of your driving history.
- Request a hearing with your local Bureau of Administrative Reviews office.
Please note, if you are a Habitual Traffic Offender whose license was revoked because of a DUI, then you must show proof of enrollment in a DUI school, not a Florida ADI school. To learn more about hardship licenses and to see if you qualify, visit your local Bureau of Administrative Reviews branch.
Sign up for ADISchool.com’s Online Course
Ready to get started? You can sign up today for the 12-Hour Advanced Driver Improvement Course. Registration is simple. To enroll, input your personal information, create your login details–which will be used to access the course material–and pay for the course. When you register, you will be asked if you would like your enrollment letter by instant email or first-class mail. If you need it as soon as possible, for your hardship license hearing, request an email copy.
Access Your Driving Records
Can’t remember how many traffic infractions you’ve received or what restrictions you have? What about the number of points on your driver’s license? Or your suspensions? Your driving history will include all of this information and more. Through ADISchool.com, you can actually request a copy of your up-to-date driving history, which can be sent by email or mail. You may need this information to get your hardship license, but since this information can easily be accessed by insurance companies, employers and certain businesses—it is also good to know what is listed.
Contact Customer Support
If you are enrolled in the Florida Advanced Driver Improvement Course at ADISchool.com and you’re having technical difficulties or trouble understanding the course material, experts are available 24/7. Just call 1-800-393-1063 or visit “Live Chat” on the top right corner of the ADISchool.com website and speak with a representative.
Do You Really Need to Take a Florida ADI Course?
Now that you now all about the Florida Advanced Driver Improvement Course, learn more about suspensions and revocations in the state of Florida.
- In 2010, for instance, 1,799,416 Florida licenses were suspended and this trend has, unfortunately, continued.
- If your driver’s license is suspended then you cannot legally drive.
- Your license could be suspended or revoked for any number of reasons—a DUI, failure to pay child support and so forth.
- After the suspension period ends, it is not automatically You must fulfill specific requirements to get your driver’s license reinstated.