Florida’s Advanced Driver Improvement (ADI) course is a 12-hour program typically taken by drivers for one of the following reasons:
• To get their driver license reinstated following suspension or revocation.
• To meet a state requirement after being categorized as a Habitual Traffic Offender (HTO).
• To meet a court order.
• To obtain a hardship license.
• To fulfill the requirements for a “3 Crashes in 3 Years” course.
• To fulfill department required attendance of an ADI course for an out-of-state ticket. (Student who fall into this category would have received a letter from Tallahassee and should select “Other” as their reason for attendance during registration.
The course is available 24 hours a day / 7 days a week from anywhere with access to the Internet. The only exception is that the State requires a 24-hour break after completion of the first six hours of the program. (This is a requirement for all online ADI programs.) The flexibility of the online course allows customers to log in and out as needed.
Many drivers with suspended or revoked licenses have the option to obtain a hardship license that allows them to drive to and from work. The first step toward receiving a hardship license is providing evidence to the DHSMV that you are currently enrolled in and taking an Advanced Driver Improvement Course. When you sign up for our online ADI course, you will be able to download your enrollment letter via PDF immediately after you finish course registration and payment. There is no charge for this service.