Florida residents can now get a driver's license faster and easier than ever before with Aceable, the state-approved online Drug and Alcohol Course (Also known as DATA or TLSAE). Aceable makes driver training simple, so you can finish your Florida Drug and Alcohol Course, pass your DMV written exam, and get your Florida learner permit and license. The four-hour Traffic Law & Substance Abuse Education course by Aceable is the shortest safe driver course allowed by law and is available on iOS, Android and web. Switch between devices with ease and complete learners permit at your convenience. What are you waiting for? Get Aceable, start driving!
Breeze through 12 levels in just 4 hours to learn about Florida safety requirements on the road and to get your learner license aka permit. Once you complete the course we will automatically let the Florida DMV know.
Aceable is approved as a third-party test provider by the Florida DMV. If you are 14-17 years old and want to take your written knowledge test with Aceable- instead of taking it at the Driver License Office- you can purchase the test separately for $25.
Practice driving with any licensed adult ages 21 and up (10 of these hours must be done at night). NOTE: You can only drive during certain times of the day depending on how long you've had your permit.
Ace your driving test and receive your license! The last fee you may have to pay is $20 if you don't pass your driving skills test. Adults, you'll take your vision, hearing, written, and driving test all at the same time to get your license.
For more detailed step-by-step directions, check out our 5 Steps blog post.
At the end of each level is a level assessment consisting of 10 questions. The questions will be a mix of multiple-choice and true/false questions. You must score at least 80% or better (at least 8 out of 10 questions correct) in order to pass and go on to the next level. If you fail a level assessment, you can take it again. There is no limit on how many times you can take a level assessment and you don't have to pay again to take a level assessment more than once.
Passing the TLSAE course final exam allows Aceable to send your course completion information to the state of Florida and serves as proof that you successfully passed the four-hour TLSAE course. The Knowledge Exam, however, is not the final exam. This is an additional exam you need to take to get your Florida permit/license. If you are 14-17 years old, you can take the Knowledge Exam online with Aceable for an additional fee of $25. If you're 18 years old or older, the state of Florida requires that you take the Knowledge Exam at your DMV office.
If you are 14-17 years old and want to take your written Knowledge Exam with Aceable – instead of taking it at the Driver License Office – you can purchase the exam separately through Aceable for $25. If you're 18 years old or older, Florida requires that you take the written Knowledge Exam at the Driver License Office. You CANNOT take the written knowledge exam online with Aceable.Students who take the Knowledge Exam with Aceable will need to:
Florida state law requires that you purchase the knowledge exam again if you fail the exam, fail a security question, or don't complete the exam in 60 minutes. You have up to three chances to take the exam online. After that, the state of Florida requires that you take the exam at the Driver License Office in person.
After you complete Level 12 and the Level 12 Assessment, you'll take the final course exam. The exam has 40 questions and you must score at least 80% or better (at least 32 out of 40 questions correct) in order to pass. If you fail the final exam, you can take it again. There is no limit on how many times you can take the final exam and you don't have to pay again to take it more than once.
You won't receive a paper or digital certificate from Aceable. Instead, we'll send your completion information to the Florida DMV once you finish the course. Your information gets processed automatically, and we'll email you when you're eligible to get your permit or license at your local Driver License Office. You do not need to present a certificate at the Driver License Office.
You can get your permit if you meet all of the following requirements:
For a more personalized checklist, check our Florida DMV's resource: GatherGoGet.com
If you're a teen under 18 years old and have your permit, you'll need to complete the behind-the-wheel hours. You can practice driving with any licensed adult who is at least 21 years old or older. You'll need to complete 50 hours of behind-the-wheel practice, 10 of which must be done at night. There are no restrictions in terms of the number of hours you can do per day. If you want, you can do your behind-the-wheel hours with a driving school instead of your parent. Note: You can only drive during certain times of the day depending on how long you've had your permit.
You can get your license when you meet all of the following requirements:
Proof of Identification - Birth certificate (or a certified copy issued by sftate you were born in) or United States Passport Proof of Social Security Number - Original social security card or your W-2 showing your SSN Proof of Residential Address - Home utility bill, cable bill, home telephone bill, etc. (Non-US Citizens must present proof of legal presence) Parental Consent Form - You'll only need this form if you're an unmarried teen under 18 years old. One parent or legal guardian must sign your license application. Stepparents may not sign unless they have legally adopted you. You must sign this at the DMV. A vehicle for the driving test - You have to be accompanied by a licensed driver if you don't have a valid license. If you need an interpreter, you can bring one for the test, but there can be no other passengers in the car. Adults - $48 licensing fee (if you are a teen under 18 years old, you already paid this fee when you applied for your permit) Teens under 18 years old - your Florida permit For a more personalized checklist, check our Florida DMV's resource: GatherGoGet.com
You'll be asked identity security questions at various points throughout the course. If you fail a question (which we doubt you will since these questions are all about you!), we must return you to the beginning of the level and you must start over from there. Unfortunately, it's a state requirement that we can't get around. On the bright side, our levels are super short and you'll make it back to where you were in no time.
Aceable is in no way associated with Florida Virtual School. Aceable's course can help students complete learner license requirements in as little as four hours.
With Florida Virtual School, students have to take a semester-long class before they can get their learner license.
Per Florida Statute 322.56(3)(b) and (e), a customer who takes (and passes) the Class E Knowledge or Skills Exam through an authorized Third Party Administrator may be randomly selected for a mandatory re-test without prior notice. After a re-test with a passing score is completed in a driver license or tax collector office, the driver license will be issued. A failed mandatory re-test will require a re-exam fee be collected at the next exam attempt.