If you’re younger than 18 years old, you’ll need to complete this driver education course to obtain a probationary Ohio driver’s license. You can enroll in this course when you are 15 years and 5 months old. You’ll be able to apply for your Ohio learner’s permit once you turn 15 years and 6 months old.
In Ohio, all drivers’ education courses must be at least 24 hours. You can always go at your own pace and log in and out at your convenience.
Keep in mind, the state of Ohio only gives 180 days to complete the entire program.
Get your driver ed with the BMV approved leading driving school in Ohio. This course is offered online from the convenience of your home.
NOTE: This course does not include in car driving lessons.
Module 1: The System and You
Module 2: Vehicle Familiarization
Module 3: Basic Control Tasks
Module 4: Traffic Control Devices and Laws
Module 5: Perception and Driving Strategies
Module 6: Natural Laws Affecting Vehicle and Operator Performance
Module 7: Handling Vehicle/Driver Emergencies
Module 8: Conditions, State of Mind and Taking Care of a Vehicle
Module 9: Alcohol, Drugs, Distractions and Organ Donation
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