I.D.I. Intermediate Driver Improvement
If the court or a judge has ordered you to take a traffic course, perhaps because you have excessive tickets or caused a collision while driving recklessly, then the Florida 8 Hour Court Ordered course is for you! You can take the class in person at our home office in Englewood. We offer a one on one course for those who need to take this class in person. Call our office to schedule this course. Simply register for the course and start immediately. There are 10 sections. You may do the course in sections, and go on and off-line as many times as you like.
Following Topics Covered:
- The responsibility of driving.
- Defensive driving strategies.
- Traffic signs, signals, and roadway markings.
- Safe driving practices.
- Turning and passing.
- Driving in varied environments.
- Challenges of driving (weather, road condition, etc.).
- Driving under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol.
- Sharing the road.
- Vehicle safety and maintenance.
Our courses are approved by the State of Florida. We offer this course online only. A certificate will be mailed to you at the end of the course, so you can present it to the clerk of the court in the county where you received your ticket.
IDI Class-Online: $59.95
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Please Note: "You can take this course to avoid points!" If you have already taken a 4 hour course within the past 12 months, you can contact the clerk of the court and ask if you can take this 8 hour course to avoid points. In many cases the clerk of court will authorize you to take the 8 hour Intermediate Driver Improvement course. Click here to find the phone number/address of a Florida Clerk of Court.
Frequently asked questions
Is there an exam?
When you choose to take the exam, you will be asked 40 questions that are drawn randomly from the material presented in the ten units of study. In order to pass the exam, you must receive a score of at least 80%, which means that you can miss no more than eight questions. You will be given several opportunities to take the final exam.
What do I need to register?
You will need your Court Order/Case Number to register. If you don't have it, contact the clerk of the court in the county where you received your order.
How can I be sure that your course is approved by the Florida Dept. of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles and by the clerks of the circuit court?
Court-ordered courses are not directly regulated by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles and are approved on a court-by-court basis. Our course has been accepted by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles for the purposes of researching effectiveness. As the state of Florida does not directly regulate 8-hour courses, we encourage students to secure acceptance of this online 8-hour course by the court with jurisdiction over their case prior to beginning the course.