Florida Online Drug & Alcohol Course

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Our online Traffic Law & Substance Abuse Education Course meets Florida driver's permit requirements for all first-time drivers and license reinstatement requirements for under 21-year-old DUI notice of suspension.

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Drug & Alcohol Class for Driver's License

FL Traffic Law & Substance Abuse Education

TLSAE Online Course

4-Hour Course - All First Time Drivers

Reg. $34.99

Now: $24.99

This TLSAE Course is required to obtain your FL Driving Learner's Permit or Class E Driver's License if you are a first time driver in the State of Florida. See our Florida DHSMV approval letter.

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TLSAE Course & DHSMV Exam

TAKE BOTH ONLINE

Save Money By Signing Up For Both - Under 18 Years Of Age Only!

Reg. $74.98

Now: $45.99

The TLSAE Course & the Class E Knowledge Exam are both required to obtain a learner's permit or driver's license. Get our best value by signing up for both today!

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Official FL DMV Permit Test

Class E Knowledge Exam

DHSMV Exam

Online Exam - Under 18 Years Of Age Only!

Reg. $39.99

Now: $29.99

The Class E Knowledge Exam is also required to obtain your FL Driving Learner's Permit or driver's license. If you are over 18 years of age, you must take the exam in person at a local DHSMV office.

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What is the Florida 4-hour TLSAE online course?

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Drug & Alcohol Course required for FL Learner's Permit
Required for the Florida Learner's Permit!

The Florida Learner's Permit Course, also known as the 4-hour Drug & Alcohol Course, is required to obtain your learner's permit or driver's license for all first-time drivers in the State of Florida.

Traffic Law & Substance Abuse Education Course required for under 21 DUI
Required to reinstate your license!

The Florida TLSAE Course is also required if you received a notice of suspension from the DHSMV to reinstate your license after being arrested for DUI under 21 years of age.

Five unit TLSAE online course
An easy 5 unit course at your own pace!

Follow our five unit Drug & Alcohol Course, meeting the 4-hour TLSAE requirement for the state. You may log-in and out as many times as you like. You are in control of when and where you want to take your online course. Enjoy taking our course on any internet-ready device from your computer, laptop, or smartphone.

Stress-free, guaranteed to pass Florida online Drug & Alcohol Course
Stress-free & guaranteed to pass!

Take our course without worry or stress. You can take the final exam as many times as you need without paying any additional fees for more attempts. Re-take your exam unlimited times until you pass.

Electronic TLSAE filing with the Florida DHSMV
Your certificate is filed with the Florida DHSMV!

We are giving you peace of mind. We will inform the correct agency of your completion. No need for you to take your certificate in person to show proof of your fulfillment; we will do that for you by electronically filing your traffic school certificate of completion with the DHSMV immediately after finishing the course.

How does the Florida TLSAE online course work?

Step 1

Sign up

Registering for our Florida Learner's Permit course takes a few minutes online. Taking the 4-hour drug and alcohol course online will fulfill one of the requirements needed to obtain your learner's permit or driver's license in Florida. During registration, you will be required to enter the future driver's information. We ask that you double-check the information is correct and that it matches the legal documents you will use to verify your identity when picking up your license. Using abbreviations or omitting names may cause delays with the DHSMV finding your completion when you attempt to pick up your permit.

Florida Driver's Permit Course

The TLSAE Course meets one of the two requirements needed to obtain your driving permit.

Log In & Out As Needed

Take the course at your own pace. We keep track of your work and progress.

Step 2

Take the class

Once you complete registration, you can immediately access your drug and alcohol course. You may take the course all at once or pace yourself and take breaks as needed. You will be able to log in and out as many times as you like. Our system will keep track of your work. This course is 4 hours long, per DHSMV requirements.

Step 3

Pass your test

At the end of the Drug and Alcohol course, you must take and pass the 40-question exam with an 80% or higher score. You can take this exam multiple times until you pass if needed at no additional cost. Keep in mind that this exam is not the same test as the formal Class E Knowledge Exam. The Class E Knowledge Exam is a separate exam that is also required to get your learner's permit or driver's license. Check out our Class E Knowledge Exam page for more information on how that exam works. Since both the TLSAE and the Class E Knowledge Exam are needed to obtain your permit, we offer a Combo option. By registering for the Combo option, you will meet both requirements today and save money!

4 Hours To Complete

The Florida Drug and Alcohol course will take 4 hours to complete, per DHSMV requirements.

Free E-File

We submit your certificate of completion electronically to the DHSMV.

Step 4

We transmit your results to the DHSMV immediately

When you successfully pass the exam, we will submit your certificate of completion electronically to the Florida DHSMV immediately. The DHSMV may take up to 48 hours to log your completion in their system. You can also check your school completion by visiting the FL DHSMV Traffic School Completion Check webpage to ensure they have received your certificate.

For your records, you will be able to download a free copy of your Certificate of Completion once you successfully pass the course. The DHSMV will not accept the paper copy certificates as proof of completion – they require all schools to report the completion electorally.

Requirements To Obtain A Florida Driver's License

Learner's Permit
Teens
At least 15 years old
Pass the Drug & Alcohol Course

Every first time driver must pass the TLSAE Course.

Pass the Permit Test

This is know officially as the written Class E Knowledge Exam.

It would be best to study the Official Florida Driving Handbook before attempting the Class E Knowledge Exam. The TLSAE course alone is not enough to pass your DMV Permit Test.

Also, we offer 50 free questions with your enrollment to help you prepare.

Signed Parental Consent Form

You must present a signed/notarized Parental Consent Form to the DHSMV agent when picking up your learner's permit.

Apply For Your Learner's License

Must be 15 years old.

Pass a Vision and Hearing Test

These tests are conducted in a DHSMV service center. Search for the closest DHSMV office by visiting the office locator from the FL DHSMV website.

Proof of Identity

You must provide documents to prove your identity when picking up your license. Visit the FL HSMV What To Bring link for a list of acceptable forms of identity.

You can also find information regarding the REAL ID requirements on the Florida DHSMV website.

Graduated License
Teens
At least 16 years old
Hold a Learner's Permit for one year OR reach age 18

You must complete all Learner's Permit requirements.

Pass the Driving Skills Test

Pass the Class E Driving Skills Test. Visit the FL DHSMV office website for information on how to take the Driving Skills Test. We do not offer this service.

Parent-Supervised In-Car Training

A parent or legal guardian must complete the Certification of Minor Driving Experience Form. They must certify that the driver has at least 50 hours of driving experience, including ten hours of night driving.

You can download a Practice Log Sheet to track and show proof to the DHSMV.

Driver's License
Adults
18 years old & over
Pass the Drug & Alcohol Course

You must take and pass the TLSAE Course online.

Pass the Permit Test

Pass the Class E Knowledge Exam in person at a local DHSMV office. You cannot take it online per Florida rules. Only drivers under 18 years old may take the permit test online with parent supervision.

Pass the Driving Skills Test

Pass the Class E Driving Skills Test. Click here for test options.

Get Your Driver's License

You must provide documents to prove your identity when picking up your license. Visit the FL HSMV What To Bring link for a list of acceptable forms of identity.

You can also find information regarding the REAL ID requirements on the Florida DHSMV website.

FAQ's

Most Popular Florida TLSAE Questions

Do I have to take the Traffic Law Substance Abuse Education (TLSAE) course?

The State of Florida requires new drivers to take the TLSAE course to get a Learner's License or Class E License. If you have never obtained a driver's license in the past, you will be required to take this course. If you already have a driver's license from another state, there is no need to take the TLSAE course – the DHSMV will waive this requirement. However, you must have the old out-of-state license on hand to show proof. If you cannot provide evidence of an out-of-state driver's license, you will be forced to take the course.

Check out our Florida Requirements Guide for detailed information on how to get your driver's license.

You will also need to take the TLSAE course if you are under the age of 21 and received a notice of suspension for driving with a blood-alcohol level of .02 to .05. The FL DHSMV will require you to take this course to reinstate your driver's license.

Can I start and stop the TLSAE course?

Yes, you can stop at any time. Our system will keep track of your progress. The benefit of taking our drug and alcohol course online is that you can do it at your own pace. There is no need to do all 4 hours at once unless you want to.

However, once you start the exam, you will need to complete the exam without any interruptions. You are allowed only 60 minutes to complete the exam.

If I don't pass the exam for the TLSAE course, can I retake it?

Most students pass the final exam the first time. The exam consists of 40 questions, and a passing score is 80% or higher. If you don't pass the final exam the first time, you can retake the final exam as many times as you need to pass. You can always go back and review material during or after the exam, but remember, you only have 60 minutes to complete the exam.

What do I need to do to get my Learner's License in Florida?

You must be at least 15 years old to obtain your Florida Driving Permit, also known as a Learner's license. There are six steps to getting you're driving permit:

  1. Pass the Drug and Alcohol Course (TLSAE Course)
  2. Pass the Permit Test (Class E Knowledge Exam)
  3. Have a signed parental consent form
  4. Apply for the Learner's License at a local DHSMV office
  5. Pass the Vision and Hearing test
  6. Show proof of your identity

Check out our Requirements to Obtain a Florida Driver's License Chart for more details and links on how to get all the needed forms from the DHSMV.

Once I finish my course, how quickly will I get my certificate of completion?

Once you finish your TLSAE course, we will immediately provide you with your certificate of completion. You can download your certificate for FREE. Our system reports your completion to the Florida DHSMV as soon as you complete your course.

Please allow 48 hours for Florida DHSMV to process your completion.

There is a mistake printed on my certificate of completion. Can you fix it?

Yes, we can make updates to your certificate. Registering with the correct information is essential to avoid any unnecessary delays at the DHSMV office. Double-check your birthday and make sure you spell your legal name correctly and without any abbreviations. Your name information must match your legal documents. If any of the information does not match exactly, the DHSMV agent will not be able to pull up your completion, causing delays.

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