Course FAQ's

Do I have to be a Florida resident to take this course?

No. This course can be taken by anyone. However, you should consult the Florida Driver License office about their specific requirements.

Do I have to take the course all at once?

No. Since you are taking this course online, in the privacy and comfort of your home or office, you will be able to break up the 90 minute course into sessions and complete it at your own convenience. With unlimited log-ins, the choice is yours!

What is the course completion policy?

You must complete all phases of the course in order to receive a Certificate of Completion. The course time frame is a minimum of 90 minutes, just like in the classroom course. The traffic school is prohibited from issuing a Certificate of Completion if the student has not met all the requirements for completion of the 90 minute course and passed the final exam.

I am done with the material, however, the chapter timer still has time left. What should I do?

You cannot advance to the next chapter until the timer for the current chapter reaches zero. However, if you are done with your material, you can use the time to review the material in preparation for the 20 question final exam.

Do I need any special software to take this course?

You do not need any special software to use our course. All you need is a web browser and a dependable connection to the Internet. There is no software to download and nothing will be saved to your hard drive.

How long is the 90-Minute Distracted Driver course?

The course is mandated by HSMV to be 90 minutes long, including breaks, and you may take the course in sections or all at once.

Do I have to start right now?

It's up to you. Start the class immediately after signing up or sign up now and start later!

When will I get my First Time Driver Course Certificate?

Your Certificate of Completion will be processed as soon as you complete the 40 question final exam, if you pass. And it can be sent to you the same day via email after the State of Florida issues the confirmation.

What is the Wireless Communications While Driving Law?

Section 316.305, Florida Statutes allows law enforcement to stop motor vehicles and issue citations to motorists that are texting and driving. A person may not operate a motor vehicle while manually typing or entering multiple letters, numbers or symbols into a wireless communications device to text, email and instant message.

Section 316.306, Florida Statutes, is a prohibition on using wireless communications devices in a handheld manner in school and work zone. A person may not operate a motor vehicle while using a wireless communications device in a handheld manner in a designated school crossing, school zone or active work zone area.

For more information on our other traffic safety courses, such as the Seniors Insurance Discount Course, the Basic Improvement Driver course, the First Time Driver course or the 8 hour and Aggressive Drier courses you may check out the course descriptions at .