Welcome To Avanti Auto Driving
Behind The Wheel Driving
Instruction & Traffic School
We're not traveling comedians in driving school or traffic school. Nor do we think learning how to drive safely is "easy and simple". Lets face it, anyone getting behind the wheel not only has their own life in their hands but, the life of other fellow drivers and pedestrians' too!
With Avanti Auto Driving School everyone knows:
1) We are family owned and operated
We literally taught generations.
Note: Avanti Auto Driving school can claim longevity in this industry (in this area alone) with out fudging or stretching the truth. This information is verifiable and documented.
2) Fully licensed - State of Florida Certified Professionals - who takes our profession very seriously.
vehicles are 100% smoke free and
so are our instructors!
4) Combined, our instructors have over 100 years of behind the wheel driving instruction experience and traffic school experience under their belt.
Got a ticket? Need a 4-hour driving school course? License suspended or revoked? Need a TCAC course? Going for a hard ship license? Want your learners permit? Avanti has what you're looking for! Read more >>
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Feel Confident and Secure With Avanti!
We want you to feel confident
and secure when choosing Avanti
Auto Driving School for all of
your driving school needs.
Avanti Auto Driving School is a
family owned and operated
business since 1986 and we feel
strongly that we have a moral
obligation to teach you or your
child the importance of safe
driving behaviors. With this
obligation comes integrity and
honesty. Rest assured, we will
not give false information or
conjure up false impressions
about our company and
qualifications to win your
for more information and useful tips when selecting a State
certified driving school.
Note: All Avanti Auto Driving School - behind the wheel instruction students - receive private driving instruction based on each student’s individual needs in 100% smoke free vehicles. All lessons required by Florida Department of Highway Safety, and for safety reasons, are conducted in State Certified, dual-brake controlled, air-conditioned vehicles, which are inspected daily for safety.
Beware of The Traffic Camera Ticket Scam
Traffic light cameras are the
pits! But, many people simply
pay the fine without thinking
about it or questioning it!
There's a new scam in town that
you need to be aware of and
avoid so your identity isn't
The scam is simple. Scammers pick phone numbers at random. Once you answer, it tells you that you have an overdue red light camera fine and the only way to avoid a significant late fee, a court case, or even jail time is to pay the bill over the phone. If you don't pay up, you're threatened with a warrant for your arrest.
Sometimes, the voice at the end of the phone line identifies itself as a police officer, and could even give you a phony identification number. The phony cop will ask for your credit card info, credit card security code, billing information, date of birth and social security number.
Tip #1 Traffic Camera Scam
Law enforcement NOR the “traffic light camera” knows your phone number. That alone should send the “red flag” up and activate your antenna alert. Hang up immediately.
Tip #2 Traffic Camera Scam
Providing that the vehicle
registration information the
county has on file is correct,
camera violations are sent via
U.S. Mail and you will receive a
citation along with a picture
which shows the driver, vehicle
and vehicle license tag.
Even if things did get to a third-party debt collector stage, all correspondence would be carried out in writing, creating an official paper trail that can be traced back and audited if necessary.
The “red light” camera scam is very similar to another popular identity theft attempt which is: The Missing Jury Duty Scam. In this case they will threaten you with a fine or late fee, along with possible jail time.
Tip #3 Traffic Camera Scam
The courts do NOT have time
to call people who “missed” jury
duty. The scammer on the other
end of the phone is after your
money and your personal
Sometimes, you might receive a second call several days later. The person on the other end of the line claims a mistake was made, that it wasn't your vehicle or, they were looking at the “wrong” jury duty list. Of course they'll be apologizing and also claim that your credit card will not be billed. This “second call” is a distraction. In other words, putting your mind at ease which will not prompt you to “check your account”. By the time you do check your account it's too late.
To avoid any type of unnecessary stress, never, provide personal or financial information over the phone, email, text, or mail when solicited by a stranger. At the same time, find out as much as you can about the caller. Get a contact number, name, account number, job title, and any other relevant information that will help you identify them later. Tell them: you want this information in case you need to call them back later. More than likely – they won't provide you with anything or – if they do – it will be bogus info.
If you feel or believe you may have been involved in a scam, contact your credit card company immediately and cancel your card(s). Be sure to carefully review your statements for any fraudulent transactions, and report ASAP. You may want to seriously consider getting fraud alerts placed on your credit report and cards.
Unfortunately, if you've handed over your Social Security number to strangers, contacting the Social Security Administration will be useless. They will not take a report nor put a notice in your social security file.