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How the Online ADI Course Works

Step 1 – Register for the ADI course

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Registration is easy. Click on the green "GO" button to get started right now.

Next, you will need to complete the registration form for your online Advanced Driver Improvement course. On the first page of registration, you will see options for suspended license, habitual traffic offender, and court-ordered attendance. (Remember that this course cannot be taken for DUI!) Select your reason for attending and proceed through the registration pages. You will need to pay for the course before you can begin.

We accept all major credit cards and your online payment is secured using SSL technology. During registration, you can pay an extra fee to have your ADI course enrollment letter sent to you immediately. This is a great way to get your Florida hardship license fast!

Step 2 – Complete the ADI course

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You will be given a unique login code to use whenever you want to log in and out of the course. The course requires a minimum of 12 hours to complete, 10.5 hours of which is actual study time (the remainder is for breaks). After you complete the first 6 hours, you will have to stop working and wait 24 hours before you can continue (this is a DMV requirement).

During the course, you will read, watch videos, and answer study questions that require a 50-word response. Your study questions will be graded by a real person, so be sure to answer them to the best of your ability. Once you have successfully completed all course work and your study questions have been approved, you will be eligible to receive your ADI certificate of completion.

Step 3 – Receive your ADI certificate of completion

Online ADI course completion certificate

Your certificate of completion will be sent to you using the method you selected. Standard delivery via U.S. mail is free, but you can also select express shipping.

If you took the ADI course for a suspended or revoked Florida license, or because you were notified that you are a habitual traffic offender, then your ADI course provider will report your completion to the State of Florida. You will still receive a certificate to keep for your records.

If you took the ADI course because a Florida judge ordered you to complete a 12-hour course, then you will need to turn your ADI completion certificate in to the court. You will not receive credit for the course until you do this. Please note that it is your responsibility to find out whom your completion must be reported to.

Questions about Advanced Driver Improvement?

Please read our ADI course Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), which contains answers to the most common questions about the course, or call us at 1-800-222-9199.