Florida Traffic School
- question from 11/6/2021 by Brian, filed under Course Type and Reduce Fines or Points
What is the difference between the 4-Hour BDI course options?
Please could you explain the different course types listed on the Florida 4-Hour Basic Driver Improvement course registration? The court is making me take it, but do I select the first basic course option or the one you list as “court ordered”? Or is there any difference between the courses?
There is no difference in the actual course or program, but it is simply asking for the reason you are taking it. The “4-Hour BDI – To Reduce Fines or Points” reason is when you elected the option to take traffic school with the court and the “4-Hour BDI – Court Mandated” means you appeared in court and were ordered to take the course for your citation as a requirement.
Feel free to contact us if you have any further questions.
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** The information contained within this FAQ is up to date as of 11/6/2021. We always recommend that you get the latest information available by contacting TrafficSchool.com, the DMV, or Court directly.
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