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The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, simply referred to as the Florida DMV, is responsible for enforcing driver’s license rules and regulations. At times, you may be required by the Florida DMV to attend a local traffic school. For example, if you receive a speeding ticket or any other moving violation, you will have three choices on how to proceed. The case has been opened in the Florida county in which you reside, and you must notify the county clerk of your election. You can elect to attend the traffic school, pay the specified fine amount, or challenge the ticket on the given court date.
Of course, you can choose to attend traffic school just to enhance your knowledge of defensive driving habits, or receive a discount on your automobile insurance policy.
When choosing to attend a traffic school following a traffic violation, you may receive the following benefits:
In Florida, you may attend a traffic school to avoid points against your driving record up to five times per lifetime. You may attend for the purpose of driver development once a year. If you were charged with a non-criminal moving violation without having a commercial driver’s license (CDL), you can go to a Florida traffic school or basic driver improvement (BDI) to prevent points from going against your driving record.
No points will be charged when attending a basic driver improvement course. Additionally, you will maintain your safe driving status.
Inform the county clerk that you want to attend the basic driver improvement course before paying the initial fine. However, if you have already paid the fine, you will not be eligible to attend the course for the purpose of avoiding points.
You will find the list of options on the back of the traffic citation. You will have up to 30 days to choose to attend a traffic school, or one of the other options.
The following instances require one to take a a course traffic collision avoidance, which is also referred to as TCAC:
The court appointed judge could also order you to attend an 8-hour Aggressive Driver Course. This course is different from an intermediate of basic driver improvement course, as it focuses more on avoiding and reducing aggressive driving habits.
In some cases, judges in some Florida counties require drivers to attend an 8-hour course even if they have already attended a 4-hour course within the last year.
Even if you are required to attend a traffic school due to a traffic violation, you will reap the benefits of the information provided. Always check with a reputable Florida traffic course provider, such as Improv Traffic school, to see what courses are available.