ADI is a 12 hour course usually required by the state of Florida for excessive points accumulated on a person's Florida Driver License. It may also be court ordered in some cases.
Why take the class live rather than online?
While we offer both live and online versions of ADI, we strongly recommend the classroom setting. The live class offers class participation in a group setting, group quizzes that are not graded and no final exam that must be passed. The live class also does not require 12 hours of reading and answering questions in an essay format.
If your driver license was suspended in the state of Florida for points or as a habitual traffic offender (non-DUI related), or by court order, you must complete an advanced driver improvement course.
Save $21 off our Live Class by taking our Online version.
Notice: The online version of this class requires that you have the ability to write in an essay format. FSC recommends you take the Classroom Course if you are uncomfortable with extensive writing.
The Florida Safety Council offers this DHSMV Florida state-approved class designed for individuals with multiple traffic offense as well as other high-risk behaviors who have had their licenses suspended or revoked. The main focus of the Advanced Driver Improvement course is to review and change the driving behaviors which have caused the traffic offender to receive traffic tickets, become involved in traffic crashes, or activities resulting in the suspension or revocation of their Florida License. Our Advanced Driver Improvement course is approved by the State of Florida.
The Advanced Driver Improvement class may be court-ordered by a Florida judge.
The Advanced Driver Improvement course may also be required under Habitual Traffic Offender or Points guidelines of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV).
The goal of this ADI course is to examine the relationship between driving, holding a Florida driver license, and fulfilling basic needs.