What is a Traffic Collision Avoidance Course (TCAC)?
Traffic Collision Avoidance Course is another name for the 4-hour Basic Driver Improvement course. Most drivers who fall into this category will have received a letter from DHSMV ordering them to attend a TCAC course because they have been involved in two traffic crashes within a two-year period, a crash involving at least $500 property damage, or a crash in which injuries occurred. Failure to attend a TCAC course can result in cancellation of your Florida driver’s license. If you select this reason for attendance when you register for the BDI course, DTA will report your completion to DHSMV after you successfully complete the course. You will not be required to send anything to DHSMV. TCAC course attendance is different from BDI course elective attendance or court ordered attendance.