FL Traffic School & Language School

Welcome to ADES Academic Courses

ADES English Classes and Spanish Classes are provided using a very unique methodology that has earned the recognition and appreciation of instructors and thousand of students from different countries in the last 15 years.

ADES Florida Traffic Courses are offered in English and Spanish in a very comfortable instructional environment. These Defensive Driving Courses are approved to erase points in driving records for tickets received Pinellas, Polk, Pasco, Hillsborough, Lee, Osceola, Orange, Miami-Dade, Broward, Marion, Lake, or in any other county in Florida state. The certificates are also accepted for tickets in the states of Georgia, Virginia, Alabama, and North Carolina.

ADES is a bilingual private school that has been promoting the academic development of adults in English and Spanish in Tampa since 2003 delivering courses in traditional classrooms and online. ADES works with a team of educators who believe in academic development to enhance human communication and cultural integration.

English Courses

ADES delivers English courses to Spanish speakers. This includes vocabulary, grammar, and conversation.  

Spanish Courses

ADES provides Spanish courses to English speakers. Students learn  vocabulary, grammar, and conversation. 

Traffic Courses

Certified Traffic Courses in all 67 counties in Florida, in English and Spanish, classroom and online.


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Traffic School

Traffic Tickets Information 

Avoid points in your Driving Record!

When you receive a traffic ticket, points may be assessed against your driving record. Attending a class will prevent the ticket from appearing on your official Florida driving record as points, and your insurance company cannot legally raise your rate or refuse to renew your policy.

If you decide to fight a ticket and you are ordered to take a traffic course by a court, you must attend it or your driver license may be suspended or revoked.

Read these most frequent questions or call us. We will gladly assist you! 🙂

How quickly can I finish a traffic course?

The classes are designed for 4, 8, or 12 hours depending on the option you chose when you received the tickets. Read more

How do I pay for a course?

Students pay by cash or money order for In-Person classes. We NEVER charge in advance, we DO NOT charge reschedule fee either. Online courses are paid by credit card. Read more

How do I register for a traffic course?

Registration is easy and practical! By this website, or by phone. Students receive a confirmation registration by email, or by text. Read more 

When do I receive my Completion Certificate?

At ADES Traffic School, your certificate is provided right after the class. No test is required! Read more

Do I need email address?

You need an e-mail address to receive your Certificate of Completion when you take an online traffic course. For In-Person classes you need a phone number or and email address. Read more

Can I take an online course on my phone ?

Absolutely! You can take our Traffic Online Courses from your home, work, or somewhere else using any kind of mobile device. Read more

2000+ Satisfied Students

    review rating 5  I appreciate when people make learning fun as much as being good instuctors. Its what makes a lesson unforgettable and have long personal retention. A lesson i will hold for a very long time. They made a bad scenario for me be fun and educational at the same time. Very unexpected and very appreciated. Im stress free and a better driver thanks to them. Its not just about being a better driver but being a better person in the community we live in and i learned that here. Thanks and dont ever change.

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    review rating 5  It’s a great class, awesome instructor. Enjoyed the class. She didn’t try to be boring either , everyone was involved .

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    review rating 5  Covers information on many topics like point system, and laws regarding driving. Great course to reflect on driving habits. Thanks!

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