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8 Hour (IDI) Intermediate Driver Improvement
If you’ve received two or more traffic tickets, or if you’ve already taken a 4-hour Basic Driver Improvement course to satisfy court requirement, you may need to take the Florida 8-hour Intermediate Driver Improvement traffic school course. We make it as easy and flexible as possible. Because it’s online and self-paced, you can break up the course into shorter sessions at times that work for you. Using the latest in multimedia teaching tools, we make the material easy to learn. You’ll be surprised at how quickly you’ll be able to finish the course, and fulfill your court requirement!
The Benefits of All Florida Safety Institute Intermediate Driver Improvement Course Course
Many counties around Florida are using the Intermediate Driver Improvement Course (IDI) as a sentencing or court ordered alternative curriculum for traffic offenders who have taken the 4-hour Basic Driver Improvement Course.
This traffic school course is designed for drivers who have taken the Driver Improvement Course as a punitive measure or within a one-year period. If you have a poor driving history or you are at a greater risk of receiving license suspension, you might need to take this course, too.
The course has 18 modules that cover topics such as:
- Why drivers drive how they do
- Driving while drowsy, driving off the road and stress and speeders
- Selected traffic concerns and issues
- Aggressive driving
- Stopping distance
- Alcohol and driving
- Substance questionnaire
- Safety restraint systems
- Rules of the road
- DUI and the associated costs
- Florida traffic laws
- International road tests
- Crime prevention
Most people see traffic schools as a form of punishment but hardly notice that the schools are open to everyone and they are important when it comes to saving lives. In a driver’s school, you can easily learn the ins and outs of the traffic laws in your state and learn how to be a defensive driver. Even more, with online classes, you do not need to leave the comfort of your home to attend classes.
There are two main categories of people who should complete the Florida IDI course. The first group is the drivers who have to complete the 8-hour traffic school program as ordered by a judge or the court. The other group is the drivers who need to take the IDI course to remove ticket points from their driving record after completing the 4-hour Basic Driver Improvement program. If you fall into any of these two groups, you have the opportunity to complete the entire course online.
Why take the Intermediate Driver Improvement Course course online
The IDI course is easy to take. The fact that you will take it online comes with many benefits. First, you do not have to arrange for transportation to and from the classroom. You have the chance of completing the entire course during the first sitting or completing it section after section. There are no workbooks to buy or to fill out. And to provide you with a higher quality learning experience, the course includes driving videos.
The online IDI course is accessible from any device. That allows you to complete the sections from virtually anywhere. Actually, you can use your smartphone, tablet or computer to access the lessons. You will not set foot in a driving classroom which saves you time and gas..
The Intermediate Driver Improvement Course course meets courts requirements
Court clerks from all counties in Florida accept online IDI courses. Due to this acceptance, you will rest assured that you have taken a worthwhile course that will help you fulfil the legal requirements of the court.
You will get the certificate you need to prove that you have met all requirements on the same day of completion. That ensures that you will have the certificate during the court date. It is your responsibility to provide your certificate of completion to the court by the deadline that has been set for you.