Florida Advanced Driving Improvement (ADI)

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Frequently Asked Questions

General information about the Florida Advanced Driver Improvement (ADI) Course

The course is approved to meet the state’s 12 hour minimum requirement, but it can not be taken all at once. After the first six hours of course content, you must wait 24 hours before you can move onto the second half of the course.
As mandated by the State of Florida, you have 90 days from the date of registration to complete the course.
  • How and when will I receive my certificate?
    You will receive an enrollment certificate after registration allowing you to apply for a hardship license.
  • Your completion certificate is sent to the court/DMV and a printable download provided immediately upon completion; according to the court or DMV requirements.
The cost of the 12-Hour ADIcourse is $59.97, which includes certificate delivery. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and Paypal.
The course is approved to meet the state’s 12-hour minimum requirement. The 12 hours consists of 10.5 hours of content and 1.5 hours of breaks.
The course itself is text-based but includes video, breaks, and interactive exercises. At the end of each unit, you will answer scenario questions that will require a minimum of 50 words. The scenario questions are based on driving situations, habits, and behaviors. Though there is no right or wrong answer, you must answer the questions thoughtfully.

After the first six hours of course content, you must wait 24 hours before you can move onto the second half of the course. During this time your scenario questions will be manually reviewed to ensure they meet the required standards.

After the coursework has been completed and your scenario questions have been approved, you can proceed to the final exam.

The final exam is 10 essay questions - similar to the end of unit scenario questions. After you submit your questions, you must wait for your questions to be manually reviewed before we process your certificate of completion

Drivers must complete an Advanced Driver Improvement (ADI) course for the following reasons.
  • Required if your license has been Suspended or Revoked due to excessive Points.
  • Required if you are a Habitual Traffic Offender (HTO) Revocation.
  • Required if court-ordered by a Judge.
  • Receive your Florida Hardship License and get your driving privileges reinstated.
  • Florida DMV Requirement to Complete a "3 Collisions in 3 Years" course.
  • DMV Required (Out of State Ticket) - If you received a traffic citation out of state and received a notice from Tallahassee requiring you to attend ADI.
Once enrolled you will receive a certificate of enrollment.
  • Fill out the FL-DHSMV Division of Driver Licenses Bureau of Administration Reviews Application for Hardship License Form: Application for Hardship License Form.
  • Go to your local DHSMV office and submit your Application for Hardship License Form along with both your 30-day driving record that you receive from the county clerk and your certificate of enrollment we provided you to the Florida Bureau of Administrative Review Office.
  • After receiving your hardship license you must complete the Florida 12 Hour ADI (Aggressive Driver Improvement) course in order to have your driver’s license reinstated. (In most situations if you are a habitual offender (HTO) you will need to finish the 12 Hour ADI course prior to applying for a hardship license.)
After completing the course, and once your suspension time has expired, you can request a full license reinstatement at the same Florida Bureau of Administrative Review Office.

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