Thanks for thinking about JMP Driving School to get your learner's permit.

Getting the learner's permit is a very simple 3 steps process:

  1. Take the First Time Driver course (Drug & Alcohol course)
  2. Prepare & study to take the Written test
  3. Gather the required documents to go to the DMV (license office)

The Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Education (TLSAE) course, is a 4-hour seminar required of any person who has never held a regular driver’s license prior to their application for a driving permit in the state of Florida. (Drivers who are under 21 and receive a notice of suspension for driving with a BAC of 0.02 – 0.05 must complete a TLSAE course in order to reinstate their driver license on a hardship basis.)

The Internet-based course is comprised of six easy-to-read chapters and a compelling video presentation. You must pass a 40-question final exam by correctly answering at least 32 questions (80%) in order to successfully complete the course. Completions will be electronically reported to the FLHSMV, and you’ll get a paper Certificate of Completion for your records.

This course is easy to complete and the informative materials will make you a safer and more aware driver. Also our traffic-related jokes and trivia make it fun to learn about these serious subjects. Ready to go? Let's do this!!!!


  • First you will need to register, click "Register Here" button below
  • The system will ask you to create an Username & Password.
  • You will be able to log on/off as many times as you need.
  • If so, click "Returning Students" button below
  • You’ll have a final test at the end of the course.
  • If you don’t pass the final test, don’t worry, you can retake it a few more times at no additional cost.
  • Make sure to enter all the information properly.
  • For customer support please call (407) 732-6515

About the Certificate

  • You will select how you want to receive, the options are: email, fax or mail
  • Certificate of Completion will be sent based on your selection.
  • The course completion information will be forwarded automatically to the Florida DHSMV.

For Questions about Online Courses Certificates: (407) 732-6515


  • Don’t use the same login information if you took the Drug and Alcohol course online using our website
  • When you enroll for the Practice Permit test and/or DMV Permit Test Online create different usernames to avoid conflicts in the system.
  • For customer support please call (407) 732-6515

Here the steps to get ready

1. Read & study the Florida Driver’s Handbook

2. Practice the permit test online here (available in english only)

3. Take the permit test online, click here (for people under 18 ONLY):

Before going to the DMV (license office) to get your learner's permit, make sure to have all proper documents to avoid losing your trip. Please check them out!!!