Florida First Time Driver Course
If you’re a teen applying for your first Florida drivers license, you’re required by the state to complete an approved Florida first time driver course. Our Florida drivers ed online course meets the state-mandated 4-hour time requirement, but we make it a snap to get through those 4 hours! It’s self-paced and your progress is automatically saved as you go, so you have complete control over how much you do at a time. Do the entire Florida driver education course in an afternoon, or spread it out over a couple of days.
Florida DHSMV Permit Exam Only
Have you already taken the TLSAE course, and just need to take the permit test? If you are between the ages of 15-17, we offer the actual Florida DHSMV permit test online so you can take it from home with ease and convenience. We’ll even report your results directly to the DHSMV for you!
Florida Drug and Alcohol Course & Permit Test Combo
For drivers age 14 1/2-17, this combo package is the easiest way to fulfill all of your Florida learners permit requirements.
First, you’ll take our self-paced online Florida drug and alcohol course and exam. Once you’ve completed the online Florida drivers education course, you can take the Florida permit exam at home. We’ll report your results to the DHSMV, so all you’ll need to do is head to a DHSMV and pick up your permit. There’s no better way to get your Florida learners permit!
Online Florida Drivers Education from the Leader in Online Driving Schools
We know that passing your drug and alcohol test and getting your Florida learners permit is a big deal. It doesn’t have to be a big hassle. Our online Florida drivers permit courses are convenient, and allow you to pass without having to drastically rearrange your life.
At I Drive Safely, we have been creating drivers education programs for students just like you for over 20 years. Our Florida permit courses are of the highest quality and are fully approved by the state of Florida. You can feel confident knowing that you’re learning everything you need to know in order to join the ranks of Florida’s drivers.