"This online Drivers Education course for teens is up-to-date and filled with multi-media, animations, videos and other interactive learning tools. It is designed to be affordable and accessible for all teen drivers State-wide. This online driving course is approved by the Ohio Department of Public Safety (DPS) and is listed on the Ohio DPS website as such. You will receive a certificate upon successful completion of this DPS licensed online Driver Education program, which meets the State requirements. Visit our FAQ page for other important information."
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Are you 15 years and 5 months and want to gain your independence by learning how to drive? If so, you are at the right place! In the past, people had no choice but to go to a private driving school in order to follow a Driver’s Education course. However, seeing as there have been so many technological advancements, it is now easier than ever to take an Ohio Driver's Education course. Unlike the antiquated method used by people in the past, you can now take a driver’s course online, to be one step closer to obtaining your Ohio's Driver's License.
Anyone younger than 18 years old must complete an Ohio Driver’s Education course before being able to obtain a license. Seeing as you can start the course when you are 15 years and 5 months, you may apply for your permit once you are 15 years and 6 months.
Acquiring a temporary permit (TIPIC) is done through the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV). You can begin this step once you reach the correct age, provide the proper documentation, pass the written and vision exam and pay the permit fee. Once you have your temporary permit, you may start the fun part: your online Driver’s Education Course! This course consists of both classroom theory and behind-the-wheel-practice. This required 8-hours of driving with an instructor may begin once you have received your enrollment certificate.
If you are under 18 years old, you must also complete 50-hours of supervised practice driving. The signed Fifty Hour Affidavit must be submitted when you apply for your Driver’s License.
Learning how to drive by using our online Driver’s Ed. program is easy, convenient and fun. In our top rated program's curriculum, you will learn:
The Driver's Ed Online Course lets you:
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