Drivers Ed

In this course, you will:

  • Develop the skills necessary to become a safe, responsible Florida driver.
  • Study the Highway Transportation System, traffic signs, traffic laws, and accident avoidance.
  • Gain real-world driving knowledge through road simulations.
  • Receive the required Traffic Law & Substance Abuse Education (TLSAE) waiver through the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.

The FLVS Driver's Ed course has been proven to significantly reduce traffic violations and DUI incidents.*

Ready to get your Learner's Permit?

  1. Sign up now for the FREE Florida Virtual School Driver Education/Traffic Safety Course (must be at least 14 ½ years old).
  2. Work at your own pace. FLVS courses are available 24/7, allowing you to complete the course on your time.
  3. Complete the course successfully and earn your required 4-hour TLSAE waiver.
  4. Take the Florida Learner’s License (permit) exam online for FREE** or at your local DMV (must be at least 15 years old at the time of test).
  5. Complete the licensing process at your local DMV.

Congratulations! You are ready to start driving!



Upon successful completion of the course, you receive a half credit elective! This is not offered by any other program.

This courses fulfills the Florida online learning requirement for high school for graduation.

Many car insurance providers are willing to extend additional discounts if you complete Driver's Education. And with FLVS, it's FREE to enroll!

Do you live in Orange or Polk County?

Florida Safety CouncilTake behind-the-wheel training for FREE! In partnership with the Florida Safety Council, you now have the option to take this training once you successfully complete the FLVS Driver’s Ed course. To qualify, you must be an Orange or Polk County resident.
Other qualifications vary by county, so please read carefully.

  • Orange County: you must be registered as a public, private, or home school student in Orange.

  • Polk County: you must have completed the FLVS Driver's Ed course on or after October 1, 2011.

For more information, please visit

Study on the go with the FREE Driver’s Ed app.
Available for Apple iOS devices and Android devices.

* The above statement is based on a study conducted by the Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles on the Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Education (TLSAE) component of the FLVS Driver's Ed course.

**First attempt is free at and applicable to students completing on or after June 25th, 2015. More information will be shared during the course.