Recovering from a DUI Is Possible, Let Us Help
Driving under the influence is never a good idea, and with so many alternatives like Uber, Lyft, and local cab companies, there is no excuse for putting yourself or others in danger. The problem is especially bad in Florida, where the Centers for Disease Control estimates that 2.1% of drivers hit the road after having too many drinks, compared to 1.9% nationwide.
If you're one of these people who made this grave mistake and suffered the consequences, we can help. We are making strides to prevent DUI incidents as well as educate offenders to make sure they have all the tools available to live healthy, productive lives on and off the road. Through licensed professionals, state officials, and the court system, we have designed a course that will lead to success.
Choose an Online Alcohol Awareness Course
During the Alcohol Awareness Course, Florida DMV officials and course takers connect on a variety of levels. Through education and awareness of the dangers of driving under the influence of alcohol, marijuana, or illicit or prescription drugs, we seek to achieve safety on the roads and for people in their personal lives.
Classes typically occur over several weeks, but the teachings from those classes can last a lifetime if students are willing to make a change. Plus, the Alcohol Awareness Course fulfills all TLSAE requirements and can be completed online, so drivers who are working toward recovery and success can work at their own pace on their own time.
The DUI Programs Available to You in Florida
DUI programs are often required so that alcohol and drug education is given to those who offend. Judicial and driver's license requirements hinge on these programs, and we take pride in providing the best instructors and course materials to ensure success for those involved.
The Florida DMV offers two types of educational courses. Level I is designed for first-time offenders, while Level II caters to those with multiple DUI offenses.
For those in Level I, the course is a minimum of 12 hours in the classroom. For those in Level II, the coursework takes a minimum of 21 hours and features more of a group dynamic. Each class is kept to a small size (15 or fewer students) so that each student can gain the valuable experience they need to succeed outside of class.
In addition to DUI coursework, students will also have access to treatment from a Department of Children and Families licensed provider to support them in their journey to wellness as well as access to other resources like psychological evaluation, treatment, and counseling services.
Help Yourself Get Back on the Road
In Florida, DUI offenses can cost citizens thousands of dollars and years in jail, not to mention, the crimes and potential bodily harm that are common with DUI offenses can lead to a lifetime of guilt. Why take the risk?
But if you have made the mistake of driving under the influence and have been charged, we are here to help. Learn more about our courses on DriversEd.com and take the first steps toward becoming a safer driver and a better person.