|Online Course (8 Hours)
The online course is offered through the ntsi.com website, presented by our partner the National Traffic Safety Institute.
An extended version of the standard 4-hour Basic Driver Improvement which is taken by drivers for a traffic citation. Most commonly, a driver
would need to attend an Intermediate Driver Improvement course if he or she has attended a 4-hour BDI course for a ticket, and then received another ticket within 12 months. Some counties
will allow a driver to take the longer 8-hour course to dismiss the points from the second ticket since the driver is prohibited by law from attending another 4-hour BDI course for ticket dismissal.
IDI can be taken by any driver who has been ordered to attend an 8-hour course by a Florida court or judge, or who has elected to attend such a course.
Normally ordered by the courts as part of a sentencing judgment, this course is for the individual who has:
- Received multiple traffic citations
- Received mandatory or serious traffic violations
- Been involved in numerous collisions
This course is NOT the "8-Hour Aggressive Driving Course". Please make sure that your court order or court directive identifies the
course that you need to take as the "Intermediate Driver Improvement Course".