Get Your Ohio Temporary Instruction Permit
Requirements to obtain your Ohio Drivers Permit:
In order to apply for your drivers license in Ohio you must first obtain your learners permit or "Temporary Instruction Permit". It is required for all new drivers to start with a DMV approved learners permit before applying for a drivers license. This allows the student to get acclimated with driving on the road and in real-world situations.
Additionally, for drivers under 18 years of age and at least 15 and 6 months old they must take a state approved drivers education course. Upon application they must be able to provide their full legal name, date of birth, and social security number. If a social security number or birth certificate is not available they must provide other legal identification before proceeding.
First, the applicant must pass a knowledge based exam along with a vision test before driving instruction is available to them. This is a 40 question multiple choice test that they must score a 75% or higher to pass. The test is divided into two sections at 20 questions a piece. If they do fail the test they must wait 24 hours before retaking the test. There is no limit as to how many times an applicant can take this test.
If a student has gained their learners permit and is under the age of 16 they must have a legal guardian, parent, or licensed driving instructor in the car when driving. If the student is over the age of 16 they can drive with any licensed driver over the age of 21 except during the hours of midnight to 6:00AM.
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