Ohio Adult Abbreviated
What are the requirements to enroll in this online course?
All students must be at least 18 years old, and must have failed their first road test. All students who fail their first road test are required to take an Abbreviated Adult course. All online students must have access to a desktop/laptop computer with internet access. Other than that, you may login and log out as you need to complete the course. Our program will consist of some Modules and Topics with reading content, along with some additional videos and images that will provide you with the additional knowledge to improve your driving skills for life.
How do I submit my paperwork?
The contract can be filled out online by logging on to your account, clicking classes, and e-signing it. There it will also prompt you to do your verification online. If the verification fails, you will have to print out the notarized statement found under contracts section under the Ohio main page, and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also fax them to our office at (734)665-7680, or you may also send them into 75 Aprill Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48103. For any other information, please call our office.
Is this class required for me?
Starting July 1, 2017, any adults (18+ years old) who have never held a driver’s license before and who have failed their first attempt at the maneuverability and/or road test are required to take an Abbreviated Adult Training Course. If you are interested in signing up for an online course to make this process more convenient and easily accessible, then this is the course for you!
How long is this course?
This course is a four-hour long course. This is the required minimum time in order to receive your certificate. That is a cumulative time, you do not need to sit down and finish it all in four straight hours if you do not want to. You can go at your own pace, but you only have 90 days from the day you begin to complete the entire class.
If you fail to complete the 4 hours course in the 90 days, you will need to pay and take the course over again.
What is required to pass the course?
Students will need to complete the entire online program, along with passing all Module/Topic quizzes, fully viewing all visual aids, and must also pass the Final Exam. In the case that a student fails their Final Exam, they will have three (3) total attempts to take it, but are required to wait a minimum of 24 hours between each attempt.
How do I get my completion certificate?
You will receive your certificate in the mail once you complete your final exam. Unfortunately, we are unable to email or fax any certificates. All certificates will be mailed to the address listed on your account, so please double check the address to eliminate any possibilities for error.
How can I get my certificate quicker?
If need be, you can choose to have your certificate priority mailed (2-3 business days) for an additional $30.00 or overnighted for an additional $75.00. If you are interested in these options, please call our office at your earliest convenience with a payment ready.
Ohio Teen Online Combo
How does online driver’s education work?
You will just need to create an account on our website, pay, and submit all of the paperwork necessary. Once all forms are submitted, you will have full access to your course.
Once you have completed 2 hours of the class the driver will be able to schedule your required 8 hours of driving. At that time, please call our office to get set up with an instructor for drives.
Upon completion of the course AND the 8 hours of driving, a final completion certificate will be created. Please allow 10 – 15 business days after your completion of the course AND the drives for the delivery of the final certificate.
How old do I have to be to start driver education?
You can be 15 years and 5 months to begin your driver education course. However, please remember you will not be able to start your behind the wheel hours until you have your temps.
How long do I have to work on the course?
The state allows you to work on the course for up to 4 hours a day. If you hit that 4-hour mark, you will be logged out of your class and have to wait 24 hours before you can log back in. We recommend logging out a few minutes before you hit that time limit. Doing that, you will be able to log in again the next day at any time.
I do not have my temporary permit.
You can still enroll and take classes before receiving your temps. You will, however, have to obtain your temps before participating in the “in-car” portion of driver’s education. Once you have it, we can pair you with an instructor in your area.
How long will this course take to complete?
That depends on your individual pace. 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.
The state of Ohio allows you 4 hours per 24 hours. If you need to step away for any reason, please make sure you log off your account. If you do not log off your time will still run even if you are not actively working on your course. Once you hit your 24 hour time limit you will be locked out, you will have to wait 24 hours from your last login before you can work on your course again.
Is driver education required for me?
It is required for anyone under the age of 18.
I can’t log in. My account says “pending.”
We require an OH Online Contract signed by both parent and student, and also Parent Verification. Parent Verification can be completed online, but we also have a form that must be notarized and sent in if that is easier. Both of these documents can be scan & emailed to email@example.com or can be faxed to our corporate office at 734-665-7680. If you do not have access to email/fax, you may mail the document(s) into our corporate office at 75 Aprill Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48103. Keep in mind, the quicker we receive the documentation, the quicker you will have access to your course.
My certificate has not come in the mail yet.
All certificates are mailed on Friday of every week. You should expect your certificate 10 – 15 business days after you’ve completed. You can choose to have your certificate priority mailed (2-3 days) for $30.00 or overnighted for $75.00.
Can you email me my certificate?
Unfortunately, by state law, we cannot email certificates. All certificates will be mailed to the address listed on your account.
What do I do if my certificate is lost or damaged?
If you lose your certificate, you can contact our office to request a duplicate by calling 800-967-7719. The cost for a duplicate certificate is $15. The State of Ohio also requires a Duplicate Request form to be filled out and sent to us before processing. We will need to collect that fee and form before the new certificate is made and mailed. You can find that duplicate request form at: