You’re busy enough with school, homework, friends, sports, and everything else that you enjoy as a teen. So when it comes to earning your driver’s license, let us give you the break you’re looking for! With your online Florida Drug and Alcohol Test, you can study from any computer, any time you want! Your ease and convenience are put first, so you can make sure that your Drug and Alcohol course never gets in the way of your daily life.
Save Time AND Money with a Combo!
Why waste time taking your Florida permit test at the DHSMV when you can take it with your course right at home? When you get your Drug and Alcohol Test and Permit Exam combo, you save $10 off of your course price, AND you have your Florida permit test right at your disposal when you’re ready to take it! All teens under 17 are eligible to take the permit exam online – and you even get 50 free practice questions to get yourself ready for the real thing.
Many Different Names, One Simple Course
Your Florida Drug and Alcohol Test is known by a lot of different titles. Some others you may have seen include:
Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Education (TLSAE) Course
Alcohol Drugs Accident Prevention Training (ADAPT)
Drug and Alcohol Awareness Course
Florida First Time Drivers Course
No matter which name you’ve seen, it’s all the same simple course, which you can start now and complete as quickly or slowly as you want!
State-Approved for Guaranteed Quality
This isn’t some fly-by-night fast track to your driver’s license. This course is 100% approved by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) as an official drug and alcohol course for all Florida teens. You get all of the same certified material presented to you in an easy online format, making it easy to work through and remember.
Make Your Own Rules
This course is designed specifically for busy teens, so that you can study when it works best for YOU.
Log in and out whenever you want, 24/7
Study in sessions when you’re able
Fit the course around your schedule
Pick a comfortable working pace
No deadlines, hassle, or stress
You can work from any computer whenever you find the time. Whether you’re at home, school, or the library, you can knock out a few minutes of your course at a time until you’re totally done!
How It Works
Florida teens at least 15 years of age can get ready for the roads with this online Florida Drug and Alcohol Test. You’ll learn responsible driving behaviors, including the consequences associated with drinking and driving and using drugs. The course is only 4 short hours, and you can break those up as much as you need to! Plus, you’ll learn through multimedia elements such as:
Entertaining videos and audio
Animations and 3D graphics
Engaging and interactive teaching tools
Once you’ve gone through the chapters and taken your easy, multiple-choice quizzes, you’re ready for your final exam – which gives you UNLIMITED RETAKES! That’s right… you are absolutely guaranteed to pass your course! What’s easier than that?
Take Your Permit Test at Home
If you’re under 17 years old, you can take your Florida Permit Test right from your computer, in a quiet and comfortable environment. You even get 3 chances to pass it, and you only need to score an 80%. Your test will cover everything you’ve learned in your Drug and Alcohol Course. Use your free practice exam to study as much as you want, and refresh your questions for a new test every time!
We’ll Report Your Completion for You!
You don’t have to worry about bothersome paperwork – as soon as you successfully finish your course, we’ll tell the DHSMV all about it for FREE! All you need to worry about is studying for that permit exam.
* Certificate Processing Fee
Certificate Processing Fee
The Florida Department of Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) requires course providers to pay a state assessment fee to process and submit your completion information to them. This ensures that the DHSMV has your information on file. You do not need to take a paper certificate with you when obtaining your license at a driverâ€™s license location. The state assessment fees are remitted to the department's Highway Safety Operating Trust Fund, which is used to administer the general operations of the department.