12-hour Advanced Driver Improvement is required for drivers with a suspended or revoked Florida license. Course attendance might also be required by a Florida traffic court or for a driver who is a Habitual Traffic Offender (HTO). A driver must show proof of enrollment in an ADI course before he or she is eligible to apply for a Florida hardship license.
Our online course is the first step on the road to getting back your Florida license. Here's are some reasons more and more Florida drivers are choosing this convenient online course over the classroom alternative:
If you need to take ADI to get your Florida hardship license, there's no better way than to take the course on the Internet. By signing up for this fast and easy online ADI course, you'll be able to download and print your ADI enrollment letter immediately after registration.
This is a question many Florida drivers with suspended licenses have asked. When you have the opportunity to take your course on the Internet, logging in and out whenever you want to, why would you want to spend money on gas and take your course in a classroom?
The online course requires 12 hours to complete (10.5 actual study hours and 1.5 hours of breaks), features video, and is available from any location that has Internet access. It is written in clear, plain language and is designed to be easy for even novice computer operators to use.
Sign up for your ADI class with Driver Training Associates, the company that has helped more ADI students than any other. Serving Florida drivers since 1977.
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