This course is 4 hours long. According to the Statute 322.095 it requires all applicants to leave driving to complete the course of substance abuse and traffic laws. The State of Florida requires completing doing this course before obtaining you the license for the first time. The requirements are that you must be a resident of the State of Florida (having lived here for a year or more) and have at least 14 years of age. If you want to take this course online, the procedure is easy. Just click on the button class over the Internet and come to the National Traffic Safety Institute (NTSI) and follow the instructions. After registering for this class, you will choose a user name and password for immediate access to our course. You will have 90 days to complete the course, once you have registered. You can take it any day of the week and any time of the day. If you exit the course, you will restart from the point where you left off. The course lasts 4 hours. At the end there will be a review of 40 questions of which you must get hit at least 32 right pass. This review will be transmitted electronically to the Department of Motor Vehicles immediately. The record will appear approximately 48 hours after having been completed. You will not receive a certificate for this class. The record will remain in the archives of the State.




  • Have received multiple citations
  • Have committed serious traffic violations
  • Have been involved in multiple collisions



  • 1 – 5 sessions per month     $69.00
  • 5 – 15 sessions per month     $59.00
  • 15 – 30 sessions per month     $49.00

4-Hours New Drivers 


Mary Barells – INSTRUCTOR


Certifications – Addictions Professional; Master’s Degree in Social Studies


Mary has been working in our traffic school for many years, helping hundreds of drivers to renew their traffic skills knowledge… Before that she’s been working in a local police department, issuing that same traffic tickets. Currently she is the only of all our traffic school instructors, who works at all of the courses that we have. She believes our communities need the importance of education and the impact it has on our citizens. Identifying at risk behaviors before they become potential problems is the best way to reduce crime.

Do you have a speeding ticket, minor infraction, DUI charge?

Do you have a speeding ticket, minor infraction, DUI charge?