Marion County, Ocala, Florida 4 Hour Basic, 8 Hour IDI and 12 Hour ADI Advanced Driving Improvement Class
Marion County – Ocala, Florida 4 Hour, 8 Hour, 12 Hour BDI BDIC IDI Intermediate ADI Aggressive Driving
Marion County – Ocala Advanced Driver Improvement State FLHSMV Approved
Florida 4 Hour Basic , 8 Hour Intermediate, 12 Hour Advanced Online Courses
Traffic School ADI Courses for Drivers Who Have a Suspended Drivers License.
Court-Ordered or Applying for a Hardship DL Advanced Driver Improvement (ADI) class for HTO/DUI
Drivers License DUI Suspension/ Reinstatement School
ADI School- The difference between this course and others online is when you finish this 12-Hour Florida ADI Aggressive Driver course, you won’t be kept waiting…
Your certificate reporting will be automatically and electronically
uploaded to Florida!
Marion County – Ocala 12 Hour ADI Advanced Driver Improvement Class
Marion County – Ocala 8 Hour IDI Intermediate Driver Improvement Class
Marion County – Ocala 4 Hour BDI BDIC Basic Driver Improvement Class
Marion County – Ocala, Florida ADI Aggressive Driver, 8 Hour IDI Intermediate, 4 Hour BDI Basic Flhsmv Classes– This course is designed for drivers in Florida who have a suspended driver’s license and need to take a 12 hour court ordered ADI course, and is often known by other names:
- 8 Hour IDI Intermediate Driver Improvement and 12-Hour Advanced Driver Improvement Course
- 12-Hour ADI DL Suspension | Revocation Course
- 12-Hour ADI (Advanced) Court-Ordered DUI Course
- 12-Hour Defensive Driving Traffic School Course
- 4 Hour Basic Driver Improvement BDI, BDIC Course
Florida 12 Hour Advanced Driver Improvement Court Ordered DUI course is the only way to reinstate a suspension received from a Florida court or the Florida in many cases. Each course is for the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles DHSMV and approved by all Florida courts in all 67 Florida Counties.
How the Florida ADI 12 Hour Advanced Driver Improvement and 8 Hour IDI Course Works
Florida Advanced Driver Improvement ADI for HTO, also known as Traffic School or Defensive Driving, is a 12 Hour course which motorists can take when your driver’s license (DL) becomes suspended or revoked, when asked by the courts, or to get an insurance discount (from the insurance company). The course is taken in several short modules online and covers topics such as:
HTO ( Habitual Traffic Offender), DUI, and Florida Traffic Laws
Defensive Driving Strategies
Driving under the Influence (DUI)
Adverse Driving Conditions and more
Upon completion of the traffic school course, you will receive an official Florida traffic school certificate of completion. At the same time, the completion goes to the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. If your citation was the result of a moving violation, this completion will remove any points associated with the ticket, prevent insurance premium increases and possibly cut the fine cost of the ticket.
Convenient on-line reporting lets traffic schools automatically report course completions to DSHMV so the Driver License offices can view students who pass Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Education (TLSAE), 12 Hour Advanced Driver Improvement (ADI HTO), and the Advanced Driver Improvement (ADI) certificate.
Reasons for Attending Advanced Driver Improvement
You must complete an advanced driver improvement course (Traffic Collision Avoidance Course) if you want to keep your driver license in the following circumstance:
Florida Drivers License Suspension, Revocation and/or Court Ordered.
You Should Inform the Florida Clerk of Court in the county where you received the citation that you want to go to the 12 hour advanced traffic school, and
Pay an election fee to the Florida, Florida Clerk of Court in the county where you received the citation.
Marion County – Ocala, Florida 12 Hr Driver Improvement DUI ADI Program
DUI HTO Habitual Traffic Offender Suspension Course
Florida Hardship and Work Drivers License ADI DUI Classes
What is the suspension for 12 points in 12 months?
…18 points in 18 months? …24 points in 36 months?
12 points earned within 12 months results in a 30-day suspension.
18 points earned within 18 months results in a 3-month suspension.
24 points earned within 36 months results in a 12-month suspension.
In computing the total points, the offense date will be used. Points are assigned based on the type of conviction (see point value table) and remain on the driver record for at least 5 years from the date of disposition (conviction). You may apply for a hardship license through the Administrative Reviews Office (see listing “Under Suspension – Need Driver License for Work”) where you live. To reinstate for a hardship license or when time expires, you will need to take a asked examination, submit Advanced Driver Improvement (ADI) school enrollment, a suspension reinstatement fee and any applicable license fees.
Driver license will be suspended for 3 months to 1 year. You may apply for a hardship through the Administrative Reviews Office (see listing “Under Suspension – Need Driver License for Work”) where you live. To reinstate for a hardship license or when time expires, you will need to take a asked examination, submit Advanced Driver Improvement (ADI) school enrollment, a suspension reinstatement fee and any applicable license fee.
How do I reinstate my license after a revocation as a Habitual Traffic Offender (HTO)?
Driver license will be revoked for 5 years. After 1 year from the effective date of revocation, you may request a hardship license. You will be asked to present enrollment or completion of Advanced Driver Improvement School (ADI) and pay the $75.00 revocation reinstatement fee along with any other applicable fees and a license will be issued restricting your driving to Employment or Business purposes only.
Marion County – Ocala, Florida ADI Aggressive Driver Online Course is Approved for ALL 67 Florida Counties