Traffic Law Substance Abuse Education (TLSAE)
First Time (Teenage) Driver Course
The Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Education (TLSAE) course, is a 4-hour
seminar required of any person who has never held a regular driver's license
prior to their application for a driving permit in the state of Florida.
(Drivers who are under 21 and receive a notice of suspension for driving with
a BAC of 0.02 – 0.05 must complete a TLSAE course in order to reinstate their
driver license on a hardship basis.)
The Internet-based course is comprised of six easy-to-read chapters and a
compelling video presentation. You must pass a 40-question final exam by
correctly answering at least 32 questions (80%) in order to successfully complete
the course. Completions will be electronically reported to the DHSMV, and you'll
get a paper Certificate of Completion for your records.
The cost for the Traffic Law Substance Abuse Education course is