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Take your TLSAE course and permit test online and qualify for your Learner's License!

  • Save Money with Our Discounted Bundle Option!
  • Take the TLSAE Course and Permit Test Completely Online
  • Includes FREE Practice Tests!
  • We Report Your TLSAE Course and Permit Test Completions Directly to the DHSMV for You
  • Print a FREE Copy of Your Receipt of Completion for Your TLSAE Course and Permit Test

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Ready to get out there on the road? Our TLSAE course and permit test bundle option is a great way to satisfy the requirements for your Learner's License. Skip the hassle of classroom courses or taking the permit test at the crowded DHSMV and complete both of these requirements online from the comfort of your own home.


How It Works

You can complete your Florida TLSAE course and permit test requirements in 3 easy steps!

Step One: Register

Registration is quick and easy! You'll create an account with your username and password and fill out your contact information. You'll also need to supply a unique identifier, which can be the last five digist of your Social Security Number, your alien registration number, your admissions number, or your Florida ID card.

During registration, you'll also answer personal validation questions, which you'll be asked to recall your answers for during the course and test. Here's an example of a personal validation question: "What's your favorite candy?"

You must be under age 18 to take the permit test online. If you are 18 or older, you cannot purchase the bundle option.

Step Two: Complete the TLSAE Course and Permit Test

You can complete the TLSAE course and permit test in whichever order you prefer.

Florida TLSAE Course

The TLSAE course is 4 hours long and is divided into 10 short lessons on topics ranging from the physiological effects of drugs and alcohol to how to drive safely in bad weather. Each lesson is full of fun videos, animations and games. You can complete the course at your own pace--come and go as you please. Every time you log in, we'll take you to where you last left off.

At the end of each lesson is a short multiple-choice quiz. You must score at least 80% on the quiz to pass. If you don't pass on the first try, don't worry! You can take the quiz as many times as you need to pass at no additional charge.

At the end of the TLSAE course is a 40-question multiple-choice final exam. You must score at least 80% to pass. Most people pass on their first attempt, but you can take the exam as many times as you need to get a passing score.

Florida Permit Test

The permit test consists of 50 multiple-choice questions on road signs and traffic laws. You must answer 40 questions correctly to pass. Each question is immediately graded as soon as you select an answer, so you will know right away if you got a question correct or incorrect. Once you answer 40 questions correctly, you have passed the exam and the exam will end. You have 60 minutes to complete the exam.

Your parent or guardian must supervise you as you take the permit test. Before you can begin the exam, your parent or guardian must provide their Driver License number and acknowledge that they are proctoring the exam.

Step Three: We Transmit Your TLSAE Course and Permit Test Completions to the DHSMV for You

We automatically submit your TLSAE course and permit test completions to the DHSMV for you. These completions are separate and will be submitted at the time each item is completed (i.e., we submit your TLSAE completion as soon as you complete the course and your permit test completion as soon as you pass the permit test). We also provide you with a FREE copy of your Receipt of Completion for the TLSAE course and the permit test that you can keep for your records.

Please note that it takes approximately 48 hours for your TLSAE course completion to be annotated on your record once we report it.

Random Re-examination

Students who take the permit test online may be randomly selected for re-examination at the driver license office prior to issuance of your license. You must pass the re-examination to get your license.


A Quick Guide to Getting Your Learner's License

To qualify for your Learner's License you must:

  1. Be at least 15 years old.
  2. Complete the Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Education Course.
  3. Pass the permit test (also known as the Class E Knowledge exam).
  4. Pass a vision test.

If you are under age 18 and you are not married, you must have your parent or legal guardian sign your license application in front of the driver license examiner/agent or a notary public. The parent or legal guardian who signs your application agrees to take responsibility for your driving. If the signer decides to rescind responsibility, your license will be canceled. Married minors must show a certified marriage certificate. Emancipated minors must show a certified court order.

If you meet the above requirements, fill out a driver license application and visit the DHSMV with your parent if you are under 18 to apply for your Learner's License.

Driving Restrictions:If you are between the ages of 15 and 17 and have a Learner's License, you must adhere to the following driving restrictions:

  • You must always drive accompanied by a licensed driver who is age 21 or older in the closest seat to the right of the driver.
  • You must only drive during daylight hours during the first 3 months after earning your Learner's License. After 3 months, you may drive until 10 P.M.

How To Get Your Florida Class E Driver License

To qualify for your Florida Class E Driver License, you must do the following:

  1. Be at least 16 years old.
  2. Complete the Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Education Course.
  3. You must provide the required identification documents (to find more information regarding the required identification documents, click here).
  4. You must pass the permit test (also known as the Class E Knowledge exam).
  5. You must pass a vision test.
  6. You must pass the Driving Skills exam.
  7. If you are under age 18, you must also:
    • Hold your Learner's License for 12 months or until your 18th birthday, whichever comes first.
    • Have NO moving traffic violation convictions for 12 months from the date your Leaner's License was issued. Or, you may have ONE moving traffic violation (within 12 months of the date your Learner's License was issued) if adjudication is withheld.
    • Have a parent, legal guardian, or responsible adult 21 years old or older certify that you have had at least 50 hours of driving experience, 10 hours of which must be at night.
    • Have a parent or guardian sign the parental consent form.
    • Be in compliance with school attendance.

Driving Restrictions:If you are under age 18 and have your Class E Driver License, you face certain driving restrictions depending on your age.

  • If you are age 16, you must not drive between 11 P.M. to 6 A.M.
  • If you are age 17, you must not drive between 1 A.M. to 5 A.M. unless you are driving to or from work OR you are accompanied by a licensed driver who is age 21 or older.
  • Any driver under age 18 who accumulates 6 or more points within a 12 month period is automatically restricted for one year to driving for "Business Purposes ONLY."

Why Safe2Drive?

We understand you're eager to get your Learner's License and get out there on the road. That's why we've made it easy to meet your Learner's License requirements with our TLSAE course and permit test bundle option. Get both of these requirements done online for a great discounted price. We even offer FREE online practice exams to help ensure you pass the permit test on your first try!

You can take your TLSAE course and permit test on a desktop, tablet, or even your cell phone! Once you pass, we report your results to the DHSMV for you! It's as simple as that.

So what are you waiting for? Get started today!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Florida TLSAE and Permit Test Bundle

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We have made every attempt to answer the most commonly asked questions about the Florida Permit and the Florida TLSAE course. Please call or email us if your question is not here.

What is the Florida TLSAE and Permit Test bundle?

The bundle allows you to take both the TLSAE course and permit test online for a discounted price (you save $6.95). You must complete both the TLSAE course and the permit test to qualify for a Learner's License in Florida.

What is the TLSAE course?

TLSAE is a 4-hour course that covers information on traffic laws (including road signs, how to interact safely with other roadway users, and how to drive in inclement weather), as well as information on how alcohol and drugs can affect you and your driving. You are required to complete a TLSAE course to qualify for your Learner's License.

What is the Florida permit test?

The Florida permit test (also known as the Class E Knowledge Exam) is an exam on road signs and traffic laws that you must pass to qualify for your Learner's License or a Class E Driver License in Florida. If you are under the age of 18, you can skip the hassle of taking the permit test at the DHSMV and take the permit test online. Complete the permit test wherever you have internet access--from the comfort of your home, favorite coffee shop, or wherever is most convenient for you.

How does the bundle work?

You can complete your TLSAE course and permit test bundle in 3 easy steps!

Step One: Register

Registration is quick and easy! You'll create an account with your username and password and fill out your contact information. You'll also need to supply a unique identifier, which can be the last five digist of your Social Security Number, your alien registration number, your admissions number, or your Florida ID card.

During registration, you'll also answer personal validation questions, which you'll be asked to recall your answers for during the course and test. Here's an example of a personal validation question: "What's your favorite candy?"

You must be under age 18 to take the permit test online. If you are 18 or older, you cannot purchase the bundle option.

Step Two: Complete the TLSAE Course and Permit Test

You can complete the TLSAE course and permit test in whichever order you prefer.

Florida TLSAE Course

The TLSAE course is 4 hours long and is divided into 10 short lessons on topics ranging from the physiological effects of drugs and alcohol to how to drive safely in bad weather. Each lesson is full of fun videos, animations and games. You can complete the course at your own pace--come and go as you please. Every time you log in, we'll take you to where you last left off.

At the end of each lesson is a short multiple-choice quiz. You must score at least 80% on the quiz to pass. If you don't pass on the first try, don't worry! You can take the quiz as many times as you need to pass at no additional charge.

At the end of the TLSAE course is a 40-question multiple-choice final exam. You must score at least 80% to pass. Most people pass on their first attempt, but you can take the exam as many times as you need to get a passing score.

Florida Permit Test

The permit test consists of 50 multiple-choice questions on road signs and traffic laws. You must answer 40 questions correctly to pass. Each question is immediately graded as soon as you select an answer, so you will know right away if you got a question correct or incorrect. Once you answer 40 questions correctly, you have passed the exam and the exam will end. You have 60 minutes to complete the exam.

Your parent or guardian must supervise you as you take the permit test. Before you can begin the exam, your parent or guardian must provide their Driver License number and acknowledge that they are proctoring the exam.

Step Three: We Transmit Your TLSAE Course and Permit Test Completions to the DHSMV for You

We automatically submit your TLSAE course and permit test completions to the DHSMV for you. These completions are separate and will be submitted at the time each item is completed (i.e., we submit your TLSAE completion as soon as you complete the course and your permit test completion as soon as you pass the permit test). We also provide you with a FREE copy of your Receipt of Completion for the TLSAE course and the permit test that you can keep for your records.

Please note that it takes approximately 48 hours for your TLSAE course completion to be annotated on your record once we report it.

Am I eligble to sign up for the bundle?

You must be under 18 years old to sign up for the bundle. Also, you are only allowed three attempts to pass the permit test online. If you've already attempted the permit test online three times, you are not eligible to sign up for the bundle.

What happens if I fail the permit test?

You are permitted three attempts to pass the permit test online. If you fail the permit test and you have not exceeded the three attempts, you may make payment and take the exam again. There is no required wait period between exam attempts. If you fail the third attempt, you must take the permit test at the DHSMV.

Is there a time limit for the Florida permit test?

Yes, there is a 60-minute time limit for the permit test. After 60 minutes, any unanswered questions will automatically be marked as "incorrect" and you will fail the exam.

How do I get my Certificate of Completion?

We automatically transmit your completion information to the DHSMV for you for both the TLSAE course and the permit test (please note that these are separate completions). We also provide you with a Receipt of Completion that you can keep for your records.

How much does the TLSAE course and permit test bundle cost?

The TLSAE course and permit test bundle costs $39.95.

How do I get my Florida Learner's License?

To qualify for your Florida Learner's License you must:

  1. Be at least 15 years old.
  2. Complete the Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Education Course.
  3. Pass the permit test (also known as the Class E Knowledge exam).
  4. Pass a vision test.

If you are under age 18 and you are not married, you must have your parent or legal guardian sign your license application in front of the driver license examiner/agent or a notary public. The parent or legal guardian who signs your application agrees to take responsibility for your driving. If the signer decides to rescind responsibility, your license will be canceled. Married minors must show a certified marriage certificate. Emancipated minors must show a certified court order.

If you meet the above requirements, fill out a driver license application and visit the DHSMV with your parent if you are under 18 to apply for your Learner's License.

Driving Restrictions:If you are between the ages of 15 and 17 and have a Learner's License, you must adhere to the following driving restrictions:

  • You must always drive accompanied by a licensed driver who is age 21 or older in the closest seat to the right of the driver.
  • You must only drive during daylight hours during the first 3 months after earning your Learner's License. After 3 months, you may drive until 10 P.M.

How do I get my Florida Class E Driver License?

To qualify for your Florida Class E Driver License, you must do the following:

  1. Be at least 16 years old.
  2. Complete the Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Education Course.
  3. You must provide the required identification documents (to find more information regarding the required identification documents, click here).
  4. You must pass the permit test (also known as the Class E Knowledge exam).
  5. You must pass a vision test.
  6. You must pass the Driving Skills exam.
  7. If you are under age 18, you must also:
    • Hold your Learner's License for 12 months or until your 18th birthday, whichever comes first.
    • Have NO moving traffic violation convictions for 12 months from the date your Leaner's License was issued. Or, you may have ONE moving traffic violation (within 12 months of the date your Learner's License was issued) if adjudication is withheld.
    • Have a parent, legal guardian, or responsible adult 21 years old or older certify that you have had at least 50 hours of driving experience, 10 hours of which must be at night.
    • Have a parent or guardian sign the parental consent form.
    • Be in compliance with school attendance.

Driving Restrictions:If you are under age 18 and have your Class E Driver License, you face certain driving restrictions depending on your age.

  • If you are age 16, you must not drive between 11 P.M. to 6 A.M.
  • If you are age 17, you must not drive between 1 A.M. to 5 A.M. unless you are driving to or from work OR you are accompanied by a licensed driver who is age 21 or older.
  • Any driver under age 18 who accumulates 6 or more points within a 12 month period is automatically restricted for one year to driving for "Business Purposes ONLY."

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