Students may only take online traffic school once every 12 months, and a maximum of 5 times in their lifetime.
Also, common problem in Florida is when a student who needs to enroll in a 4-hour BDI course accidentally enrolls in the 4-hour Court Ordered course. They are two different courses! The easiest way to tell is the citation or the case number -- the BDI course requires a 7 character ticket number and a court-ordered program requires a 13-20 character case number.
You may take our online driver improvement course for a DHSMV point reduction or to satisfy a court order to attend.
You are required to pass the final exam at the end of the course with a score of 80% or better. You will have 5 chances to pass the final exam before failing the course.
For the 4 hour BDI and court ordered courses, we send the certificate directly to the student and notify the FDHSMV electronically. It is the FDHSMV that returns the certificate number once the student has completed the course. Any inaccurate information on the student’s part (ie. Wrong citation number, missing birth date or social security number) may result in us being unable to issue a citation until the information is corrected.