"Welcome to the Funny In Florida Wireless Communications Device Driving Safety Course!"
You're going to love our engaging and informative Wireless
Communications Device Driving Safety Program course! The course
is loaded with full-color graphics, informative charts and diagrams,
and streaming video clips. And you can take the course at your own
pace: finish it all at once, or do one or two easy-to-read sections
a day. You take the final exam right on the computer, and it's
graded immediately. We'll electronically report your completion
to your court and to the DHSMV within 24 hours, and we'll mail out
to you a copy of your official certificate within 1 business day
(with email delivery and expedited shipping options available).
You'll be back on the road — and driving safely — in no
By clicking "I Agree", I acknowledge, and/or affirm under penalty of perjury,
- the person who is officially enrolled in this
course, and whose name will appear on the course
completion certificate, is the person who actually
takes the course.
- each student must take a test of at least 20
questions on course content, and correctly answer
at least 80% of those questions, to receive a course
completion certificate. Failure to correctly answer
at least 80% of the test questions will result in
failure of the course, and the student's course fee
will not be refunded.
- a student will be asked time-limited validation
questions during the course. Validation measures
ask students questions about themselves (based on
information provided during registration) and about
previously reviewed course content. Failure to
correctly answer a time-limited validation question
will result in failure of the course, and the
student's course fee will not be refunded.
- a student who fails the final exam may reattempt
it as many times as they like. However, by regulation,
the course fee may not be refunded for test
- the following conditions will result in course
failure and the student will not have their course
fee refunded, as required by regulation:
- a student fails to answer a time-limited
- a student fails to score at least 80% on
the final exam.