If you are planning on going to a Florida driving school, there are a number of key points to investigate before you enroll.
While it is possible to attend a driving school course from almost anywhere in the country, it is important to understand that only courses that are approved by the state of Florida are accepted if you are taking the course for the purposes of your driving record, are under court order to take a course, or are taking a driver safety course because of a traffic ticket or citation.
Online driving course are the latest entrant into the driving school market. These courses are inexpensive and extremely convenient. Online courses must be approved by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) in order to be acceptable for traffic tickets and citations or for court ordered traffic school.
One of the advantages of online driving courses, besides their convenience, is that they automatically send your course completion information to the DHSMV offices.
For information about approved online driving school courses, visit their website.
Another reason for taking a driving school course is to take advantage of discounts offered by auto insurance companies for improved driving skills. Ask your auto insurance company for a list of approved course providers before enrolling in a traffic school course.
Attending a Florida driving school is an excellent and convenient way to improve your driving skills, help with tickets and take advantage of auto insurance discounts.