DATE / First Time Driver Course
Effective January 1990, the Florida Legislature passed F.S. 322.095. This statute requires all first-time applicants for Florida drivers license to attend a substance abuse and traffic safety course. Individuals who have attended a Florida Department of Education approved drivers license education course or who have a valid license in another state are not required to complete the course.
The D.A.T.E. course is offered by the DUI programs under the regulation of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. This four hour curriculum focuses on traffic safety, Florida laws and on critical substance abuse information. The goal of the course is to provide drivers with the information necessary to avoid injury or untimely death and to prevent the hardship and embarrassment resulting from a DUI arrest. Click Here to view Locations near you.
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