COMBO: 4-Hour TLSAE Course + First Time Driver Permit Test + Practice Test
STATE-APPROVED TRAFFIC LAW AND DRUG & ALCOHOL COURSE
All first time drivers in Florida need to complete the state approved 4-Hour Drug and Alcohol Course / First-time Driver Course / Traffic Law Substance Abuse Education (TLSAE) course to apply for the Florida learners permit. Our course is state approved and can be taken 100% online without any hassles. Our simple approach to learning makes the course a breeze and you can take the final exam as many times as you need so you are guaranteed to pass. This course will teach all the material about traffic laws, traffic safety and substance abuse avoidance required by the FLHSMV who has approved this course.
Our Florida Drug and Alcohol Course is also known by these other names:
- Alcohol Drugs Accident Prevention Training (ADAPT)
- Drug, Alcohol and Traffic Awareness (DATA)
- Drug, Alcohol and Traffic Education (DATE)
- Drug and Alcohol Awareness Course
- Drug and Alcohol Class
- First–Time Driver Course
- Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Education (TLSAE)
Our Florida first time driver course is designed to help you get your Florida Learners Permit fast and quick. By combining easy-to-learn text lessons with entertaining videos, you’ll be amazed at how quickly you’ll comprehend our course material. Our course is also divided into concise one-subject chapters so you’re able to concentrate on learning one subject at a time.
First Time Driver Permit Test & Practice Test
Skip the lines and confusion at the DHSMV and take the test at home in peace and tranquility. When you get to the DHSMV to apply for your permit you will be all set and they can verify that you already passed the test online. Our online interactive test system delivers the same test questions you would receive at the DHSMV and your answers are directly reported to the DHSMV database. The only difference is that you can take it when and where you want on your home computer or mobile device.
Things you should know about the test:
- You must be between 14½ and 17 years old to take the test online. If you are over 17 you will need to take the test at the DHSMV office.
- The test questions are taken from the Florida Driver Handbook. You are encouraged to read the Handbook prior to taking the test. You can download a copy of the Handbook here.
- The test consists of 50 multiple choice questions. You must answer at least 40 questions correctly in order to pass.
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- How many times can I take the Permit Test?
The State of Florida allows you 3 online tries for the Permit Test. Our fee covers your first online attempt you take with us, but the State of Florida will impose a retesting fee each time you re-attempt the test after you fail. To cover the cost of the state-imposed retesting fee, we charge $15 for your 2nd and 3rd online attempt you take with us. If you fail 3 online attempts, you will have to present yourself personally at DMV for your fourth and subsequent attempts. If your first online attempt was with another company, and your next online attempt is with us, that would count as a total of two online attempts towards your maximum of 3 online attempts allowed.