Eligibility for our Florida Online Traffic School Courses?
Florida Online Traffic School Success Course Eligibility
If you receive a Traffic ticket in Florida, you will need to contact the Clerk of the Court in the county the ticket was issued. By electing to take traffic school, you qualify for a reduction in the cost of your ticket. The Clerk of Court will let you know the amount of reduction in the cost of your ticket by electing to attend traffic school. This amount may also be found on the ticket you were issued.
Once you know the reduced ticket amount, you can make payment by either visiting the Clerk of the Court office in the county you received the ticket in or send the payment by mail, along with your ticket and a traffic school election form (affidavit) to the appropriate address. Visit our Florida Clerk of the Court section to see a full list of county clerk offices. You can request a school election form (affidavit) upon contacting the clerk's office.
NOTE: The court fee simply allows you the opportunity to attend a traffic school. Traffic school programs are completely separate entities from the court, and an additional fee is required to participate.
You may not make elect to attend traffic school if you have already done so in the preceding 12 months. You may make no more than five elections in your lifetime.
The nice thing about our online traffic classes is that you can complete the course work at your own pace, whenever it's convenient for you. The average completion time varies, depending on how fast a reader you are, but should never take more than an actual sit-down class.
Ready to get started? Choose the class that's right for you. Our Internet driving courses include: Florida 4-Hour Basic Driver Improvement online traffic course, Florida Mature Driver Program, Florida 8-Hour Intermediate Driver Improvement , Florida Online ADI / Judge Ordered Class, Georgia 30 Hour Driver Education Course and Florida First Time Driver Drug Alcohol Traffic Awareness (DATA) internet driving course.