Can I get my course for free?

Can I get my course for free?

2Cool Traffic School does not offer any of our courses for free, however, we remain extremely competitive with the market rates. There are, however, ways for you to get some of the courses you may need to meet your requirements for a free or reduced cost.

Florida

TLSAE (Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Course)
    1. High School Students: If you are in high school, you can opt to take a semester of driver's ed online through Florida Virtual School. During the semester long experience, you will meet the TLSAE requirements for a learner's permit. If you only want to take the TLSAE course, our interactive, 4-hour program is only $29.99 and can be purchased here. 
    2. Teens in Foster Care: If you are in the foster care system, you can get reimbursed for your purchase of the TLSAE and Learner's Permit Exam from Keys to Independence. They can also assist with reimbursements for driving lessons and car insurance. 
    3. Low-Income / Immigrant Assistance: Florida Department of Children and Families, as well as other non-profit organizations offer assistance for training and education that is required for getting jobs. Having a driver's license is an important part of being able to reliably get to and from a job and may qualify under their programs.
Other Traffic Courses
If you have unique circumstances which make you unable to pay the fees involved with meeting your state requirements for your license, you may be able to connect with other non-profit organizations for assistance. 

Ohio

24hr Driver's Ed / Abbreviated Adult Driver 
  1. If you are a part of a Workforce Job Program (for example: ohiomeansjobs.ohio.gov), you may qualify to have your fees covered for workforce readiness. 

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