The 12 Hour ADI Course is a class required by Florida drivers that have received a court order to attend an Advanced Driver Improvement class, or have had a license suspended or revoked for Non-DUI related citations.
Our 12 Hour Advanced Driver Improvement Course is offered two ways; "In Person" Traditional Classroom course or as an online class. (No final exam required for Classroom Course.)
Whichever method you choose, your Completion Certificate is accepted in all 67 Florida Counties, the 20 Judicial Circuits and the Florida DHSMV (for suspensions /revocations). Additionally, our Course Completion Certificates are accepted nationwide including Georgia, North Carolina and Virginia.
Typical reasons students need to take the 12 hour driving course include:
Our 12 hour traffic school sessions are completed in a single day on weekends. The class has frequent breaks and a lunch break.
The 12 hour driving course is available 2 to 3 times a month in a Traditional Classroom format at our Tampa Center. Unlike all of the Florida 12 Hour ADI online courses, our "In Person" classroom course does not require you to pass a test for completion and your certificate is provided on class day.
The classroom 12 hour driving course is provided in a relaxed seminar style format. This allows you to have direct contact with a certified instructor and have a forum to discuss topics with other students. The seminar style courses offers a highly social class with plenty of interaction among participants.
The course is divided into multiple sessions and topics. Sessions are 50 minutes in length with a 10 minute break once an hour. While there is no test required to complete the "in person" class, students are encouraged and expected to actively participate in the seminar discussions in order to receive their Completion Certificate.
We believe in educating our students. Our Instructors keep your attention and will arm you with information about traffic law and other important factors to help you stop receiving Traffic Tickets. Sorry, if you are looking for boring Videos, students will not get those here! One thing is guaranteed, our students actually leave the 12 hour driving course with a different perspective about the driving environment, plus positive thoughts and techniques to avoid additional traffic violations.
The total tuition for the Classroom 12 Hour Advanced Driver Improvement Course is $120.00. The tuition includes the course, classroom materials, all State of Florida fees, certificate processing and your certificate. Your original Completion Certificate (for the Court) and a copy is provided immediately at the end of the class.
The 12 Hour ADI course tends to fill up quickly, often for 1 to 2 weeks in advance. Students should register as early as possible to guarantee a space for the date of your choice.
The 12 Hour Advanced Driver Course Completion Certificates are printed and provided to students at the end of the class. You will receive two copies before you leave class.
Your 12 hour advanced driver course will satisfy all Court Orders, DMV Requirements for Points Suspensions, to Request a Hardship License or to relieve a Habitual Traffic Offender revocation. Your course completion certificate is accepted in all 20 Judicial Circuits and all 67 Florida counties including:
Enrollment and Completion in a 12 Hour Advanced Driver Improvement course is required for reinstatement of a Florida Driver's License per s. 322.291, F.S. This includes requesting a Hardship License, to relieve a Points Suspension or for final release after an Habitual Traffic Offenders Revocation.
Have you already had your drivers license suspended? In the case of a revoked license or points suspension, or if you are classified as an Habitual Traffic Offender, taking the 12 hour ADI course may allow you to apply for an interview and hearing with a DMV Administrative Review Officer to request a hardship license to drive to and from work.
Points are earned as a result of receiving a moving violation in Florida and not "Electing" to attend the 4 Hour Defensive Driver Improvement Course when you received the ticket. When you earn too many points, your Driving Privileges and License will be suspended. Florida has three levels of Point Suspensions:
To regain your Driving Privileges for a Points Suspension, you will need to accomplish the following steps:
An Habitual Traffic Offender status is earned as a result of repeatedly operating a motor vehicle in an unsafe manner or repeatedly driving while your privileges have been suspended. Your full driving privileges are revoked for five (5) years. Florida law does permit you to request a Hardship License to drive to and from work after your license has been suspended for at least one year.
An HTO revocation occurs when an operator's record shows that the person has earned a specified number of convictions (listed below) within a 5-year period. The specific offenses are described in sub-paragraphs 1 and 2 below:
To regain your Driving Privileges as a result of HTO, you will need to accomplish the following: