Florida Basic Driver Improvement Course
Have you recently gotten a traffic ticket? At yourpace.com you can complete a FLHSMV approved Florida BDI class to dismiss your ticket, keep a clean driving record, or keep your insurance rates low.
The course is online, and available anywhere you have internet so you can complete it at your own pace. We make it fast, easy, and affordable. The citation was a hassle, your driver improvement school doesn't have to be.
Requirements to Take a Florida BDI Course
All course providers electronically report all Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV)-approved school completions to the FLHSMV. Please allow 24 to 72 hours for school completions to be posted.
FLHSMV does not accept paper certificates for any licensing purpose.
If a driver has been ordered by a court to attend a driver improvement school, they must notify the court once they have completed the school and also provide the necessary documentation to the court.
Mandatory School Requirements
Drivers with a valid Florida driver license who have been convicted of the following offenses in Florida per section 322.0261, Florida Statutes or in another state (sections 322.24 and 322.44, Florida Statutes), are required to attend a basic driver improvement course.
- Failure to obey a traffic control signal;
- Failure to obey a steady red light;
- Failure to stop for a school bus;
- Racing on the highway;
- Racing on the highway Spectator; and
- Reckless driving.
Drivers have 90 days from the citation date to complete the required school or the driving privilege will be canceled. The license will remain canceled until the school requirement is completed.
Even though course providers electronically report completions to the FLHSMV, drivers are still required to present the completion certificate to the clerk’s office in the county where the citation was issued. Please consult with the traffic division in the clerk’s office in the county where the citation was issued for their exact requirements.
Drivers can choose to attend a driver improvement course once in any 12-month period and no more than five times in a lifetime.