Which course must first time drivers in Florida take?

Question: Which course must first time drivers in Florida take?

Answer: The Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Course (TLSAE), which is also known as the drug and alcohol course.

Explanation

All new drivers, whether a teen or adult, who have not previously held a license in the past are required by Florida law to attend a class that covers traffic laws and substance abuse. This course, often referred to as the TLSAE, DATA or drug and alcohol course is a minimum of 4 hours and can be taken online for your convenience. Some of the topics addressed in the class include: the impact of drugs and alcohol on your body, what happens to your ability to drive when you are impaired, important traffic laws, and an overview of some important defensive driving skills.

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