The Florida 12-Hour Advanced Driver Improvement (ADI) course is a suspended license course. If you have received a letter from Florida Department Highway Safety Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) that your license is suspended you will need to take this course. This course is state approved by Department Highway Safety Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) in Tallahassee, Florida.


How to get a Hardship License


If your license has been suspended or Revoked in the state of Florida, and need driver license to work follow the steps below to obtain a hardship license - so you can drive legally while getting your license back. (Non-DUI related).
Sign up for the traffic school course. Go to the Clerk of Court and get a "30 day search" of your driving record. This takes just a few minutes and they will give you a letter that provides information about your driving record.
After you've received the Letter of Enrollment from our Traffic School and a letter from the Clerk, you can go to the bureau administrative review (DMV) and apply for a hardship license with a Hearing Officer. Later you’ll still need to complete our course.
If you are a "habitual traffic offender" you must complete the course before you can apply for the hardship license.


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