Drug and Alcohol Courses

Drivers who have never held —or do not have in their possession— a driver license from any other state, country or jurisdiction, must complete a Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Education (TLSAE) course before applying for a license in Florida. Driver Education Licensing Assistance Program (DELAP) courses offered by some county school boards may substitute for this requirement. Contact the local school board for further information. Drivers under 21 years of age who have received a notice of suspension for driving with a blood alcohol level (BAL) of .02 to .05 must complete a TLSAE course in order to reinstate their driver license on a hardship. A hardship license is a license restricted to “business” or “employment” purposes only.

The Santa Rosa County Tax Collector has partnered with All Florida Safety to provide all types of Driver License testing services.  You can visit the All Florida Safety Institute website for more information.  https://allfloridasafetyinstitute.com/

For more information and a complete list of TLSAE providers visit the State of Florida website HERE.