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May 22, 2005 - How Long Does the 4-Hour Traffic School Take?

A common question we receive from Florida drivers is how long is the traffic school course? Since the name of the course is 4 hour basic driver improvement the question is usually asked to find out if there is any way to get through the course faster. Do you really have to spend the 4 hours? The answer is yes, you must spend at least 4 hours on the basic driver improvement course - the course for a ticket in Florida.

The online traffic school course for a Florida ticket is divided into an introduction, seven chapters, and a final test. Each chapter has a required amount of time you must spend before you can advance to the next chapter. As you advance through the class our system tracks your time. This allows you to logout at any time, come back and pickup right where you left off. You can spread the course out of over as many days or weeks as you like - just make sure you meet your deadline with the clerk of court.

Testing Your Driving Knowledge

When you have completed the traffic school course you will be required to take a 40 question test. The test is multiple choice and addresses the materials you were taught about Florida driving rules and laws. You can take the test over at no additional cost and you must get 32 answers correct. Most drivers pass it the first time.

Get Your Certificate

Once you have completed the class and test you will be asked how you want to receive your traffic school certificate. If you are not in a rush you can select first class mail. We mail certificates twice daily on business days. The certificate includes all your information including your name, address, drivers license number, citation number, and the Florida county where you received your ticket. You must send your certificate into the clerks of court office to receive credit.

Recent Driving Logs

May 20, 2005 - First Time Adult Drivers in Florida

May 19, 2005 - Two Traffic Tickets

May 15, 2005 - Passing on the Florida Turnpike

May 13, 2005 - Better Gas Mileage

May 12, 2005 - 2005 Traffic Report

May 6, 2005 - Driving in the Rain

May 3, 2005 - A Faster Commute or No Commute

April 28, 2005 - Summer Driving Is Dangerous for Teens

April 26, 2005 - Car Shot and School Busses

April 25, 2005 - MP3 Player in Your Car

April 22, 2005 - Driving Nice - You're No Nascar Driver

April 20, 2005 - The Dodge Magnum Hemi

April 18, 2005 - Stupid Car Tricks

April 13, 2005 - Orlando Car Show on Saturday April 16

April 12, 2005 - Parents Decide When Their Teen Drives

April 11, 2005 - ABS Brakes Made to be Stomped

April 8, 2005 - 2005 Gas Mileage Ratings?

April 7, 2005 - Are You an Agressive Driver?

April 6, 2005 -- 1 Day Traffic School

April 5, 2005 -- Fighting a Florida Traffic Ticket

April 3, 2005 -- Booster Seat Required