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Ohio Online Driver Education

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Driver’s Education designed with you in mind

When teens are first learning to drive, they are highly receptive to important messages about the dangers of unsafe driving and driving while intoxicated. That is why it is so important for parents to get involved at this initial stage to ensure proper and thorough education to help set ground rules and instill good driving habits, as their teen takes on the responsibility of operating a motor vehicle.

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Course Syllabus

Course Duration

The course takes a minimum of 24 hours to complete. Students may spend a maximum of 2-hours per day taking the course, which means it will take a minimum of 12 days to complete the course.

Final Exam

The final exam consists of 50 questions. The student must correctly answer 38 (or 75%) of the questions correctly in 3 or fewer attempts in order to pass the course.


There are two certificates for this course: Certificate of Enrollment - which is sent to the student after he or she completes the first 2 hours of the course and must be presented at a driving school in order to begin in-car training; Certificate of Completion - which is sent to the student after completing the entire course and must be presented at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles in order to apply for a learner's permit.


  1. 1
    1.1 Welcome
    1.2 The System and You
    1.3 A Motor Vehicle is a Weapon
    1.4 Sharing The Road
    1.5 Traffic Safety
    1.6 Getting Your License
    1.7 Ohio Point System
    1.8 Organ Donation
    1.9 Space Management
    1.10 Risk and responsibility
  2. 2
    2.1 Vehicle Familiarization
    2.2 Safety Belts
    2.3 Tires
    2.4 Vehicle Controls
    2.5 Introduction to Automobile Components
  3. 3
    3.1 Basic Control Tasks
    3.2 Operating your Vehicle
    3.3 Changing Lanes
    3.4 Left and Right Turns
    3.5 Making a Turn
    3.6 Reversing Direction
    3.7 Parking
    3.8 Parking Situations
    3.9 Parking on Hills
    3.10 Passing and being passed
    3.11 When Passing is Authorized or Prohibited
  4. 4
    4.1 Traffic Control Devices and Laws
    4.2 Regulatory Signs
    4.3 Signs Continued
    4.4 Guide Signs
    4.5 Flashing Signals
    4.6 Pavement and Curb Markings
    4.7 Line Markings
    4.8 Authorized Emergency Vehicles
    4.9 Special Stops
    4.10 Understanding Pictorial Messages
    4.11 Speed Laws
    4.12 Violations and the Ohio Point System
  5. 5
    5.1 Perception and Driving Strategies
    5.2 Components of the Space Management System
    5.3 Stopping Distances
    5.4 Sharing the Roadway
    5.5 Sharing the Roadway Continued
    5.6 Urban Driving
    5.7 Look ahead of Traffic
    5.8 Positioning Your Vehicle
    5.9 Interacting at Intersections
    5.10 Right-Of-Way
    5.11 Special Situations for Yielding the Right-of-Way
    5.12 Identifying an Intersection
    5.13 Crossing and Turning
    5.14 Left Turns
    5.15 Left and Right Turns
    5.16 One Way Streets
    5.17 Freeway Driving
    5.18 Trip Planning
    5.19 Freeway
    5.20 Freeway Factors
    5.21 Traveling on the Freeway
  6. 6
    6.1 Natural Laws Affecting Vehicles
    6.2 Vehicle Components
    6.3 Centrifugal and Centripetal Force
    6.4 Vehicle Balance
  7. 7
    7.1 Handling Vehicle/Driver Emergencies
    7.2 Tailgating
    7.3 Driving Habits
    7.4 Various Driving Conditions
    7.5 Driving in Bad Weather
    7.6 Stopping Distances
    7.7 Escape Techniques
    7.8 Avoiding Collisions
    7.9 In a Crash
    7.10 After a Crash
  8. 8
    8.1 Operating in Adverse Conditions
    8.2 Reduced Visibility
    8.3 Driving in Fog
    8.4 Fog and Headlights
    8.5 Driving in the Rain
    8.6 Driving in Heat and Cold
    8.7 Driving in Snow and Ice
    8.8 Traction Loss
    8.9 Vehicle Emergencies
  9. 9
    9.1 Driver Fitness
    9.2 Vision
    9.3 Hearing and Physical Condition
    9.4 Age
    9.5 Psychological Nature of the Driver
    9.6 Inattentiveness
    9.7 Irresponsbility
    9.8 Drugs and Alcohol
    9.9 BAC Level
    9.10 Impaired Driving
    9.11 Distracted Driving
    9.12 Texting and Driving
    9.13 Texting Violation
  10. 10
    10.1 Responsibilities of Owning a Car
    10.2 Types of Insurance
    10.3 Maintaining Your Vehicle
    10.4 Trip Planning
  11. 11
    11.1 Final Exam Instructions


Cincinnati Ohio Online Drivers Ed and Cincinnati Ohio Online Learners Permit Courses


Cincinnati Ohio Online Driver Education

Courses Purpose

To obtain yours Cincinnati Ohio Learners Permit or Drivers License


$48.00- LOWEST PRICE in the Cincinnati Ohio


Our Cincinnati Ohio drivers ed courses are fast, fun and easy! No other Cincinnati Ohio driver ed course makes getting your learners permit or drivers license so much fun! Our courses contain brand new videos, interactive video games, award-winning animations, and much more!


Once you complete this Cincinnati Ohio internet drivers ed course, we will send you a certificate of completion via regular US Mail or through one of our convenient FedEx shipping options.


Cincinnati Ohio Online Driver Education and Cincinnati Ohio Licensing Procedures

We're very happy that you're starting the process of applying for your Cincinnati Ohio learner's permit or first Cincinnati Ohio driver license! Cincinnati Ohio has a graduated driver license program for Cincinnati Ohio drivers ages 15-18, and there are a few things we would like you to know to make sure that applying for your Cincinnati Ohio driving license is as trouble-free an experience as possible. So let's jump right in.

Cincinnati Ohio Learner's Permit

When you turn 15 and a half, you can apply for an Cincinnati Ohio Temporary Instruction Permit, otherwise known as an Cincinnati Ohio Learner’s Permit. With this license, the following restrictions apply:

  • For the first 6 months you must practice driving with your parent, guardian, or driving instructor
  • After 6 months, you can also practice with a licensed driver who is at least 21
  • All passengers must wear seatbelts
  • Be sure to carry your Cincinnati Ohio Temporary Permit with you at all times!

When you're ready to apply, you’ll need to bring proof of age and identity; your social security number; and a parent/guardian to sign the permit application.

    If you’ve got all of the necessary materials, head on down to your local Cincinnati Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) with your parent or guardian and submit your application. Then, you’ll have to take a vision test, as well as a knowledge test. (Relax, you can practice with a sample Cincinnati Ohio knowledge test.) If you pass, then congratulations--you’ve just earned your Cincinnati Ohio Temporary Permit!

    Once you’ve held your Cincinnati Ohio Temporary Permit for 6 months and have met a few more requirements, you’ll be ready for the next step in the Cincinnati Ohio Graduated License Program, the Cincinnati Ohio Driver License.

    The Cincinnati Ohio Provisional Driver License or Cincinnati Ohio Full Driver License

    You can apply for your Cincinnati Ohio Probationary Driver License once you’ve held your Cincinnati Ohio Temporary Instruction Permit for 6 months and have met the following requirements:

    • Complete 8 hours of driving instruction
    • Complete 24 hours of class instruction in an approved Cincinnati Ohio driver education course
    • Practice driving for 50 hours total - 10 of these hours must be at night
    • Your parent/guardian will have to certify your documented practice hours

    As soon as you satisfy these requirements, head on down to your local Cincinnati Ohio BMV. You’ll have to overcome one final obstacle: the dreaded Cincinnati Ohio road skills test! If you pass, then reward yourself for making it to this point. You’ve just earned your Cincinnati Ohio Probationary Driver License!

    Cincinnati Ohio Teen Driver License Restrictions and Penalties

    You still have just a little father to go to earn your full Cincinnati Ohio driver's license. Until then, there are a few restrictions for your Cincinnati Ohio Probationary Driver License, depending on your age:

    • Cincinnati Ohio teen drivers under 17 can’t carry more than 1 passenger that is not family (unless accompanied by a parent/guardian of course)
    • All passengers between the ages of 4 and 15 must be properly restrained
    • If you’re 16, you may not drive between the hours of 12AM and 6AM
    • If you’re 17, you may not drive between the hours of 1AM and 5AM
    • The exception for the driving curfew is in case of: (1) an emergency, (2) driving to/from a school sanctioned activity, and (3) driving to/from your place of employment (must have written documentation from your employer)

    On the bright side, once you turn 18, these restrictions are removed. Freedom!

    Cincinnati Ohio Drunk Driving, Cell Phone, and Text Messaging Laws

    As an Cincinnati Ohio teen driver, there's no bigger threat you'll face than drunk drivers. It’s important for you to learn the Cincinnati Ohio drunk driving laws (and obey them religiously). Like most states, Cincinnati Ohio has a Zero Tolerance Law for underage drinking, and if you are convicted of an Cincinnati Ohio DUI or Cincinnati Ohio DWI, you face additional penalties to those listed below.

    Upon your first conviction of an Cincinnati Ohio DUI, you’ll face the following penalties:

    • License suspension from 6 months to 3 years
    • Or Driver Intervention Program (3 days)
    • Cincinnati Ohio License reinstatement fee $450
    • Jail 3 days to 6 months
    • Fine from $250 to $1,000

    And of course, further Cincinnati Ohio DWI and DUI convictions will result in more severe penalties, up and including jail time, Cincinnati Ohio license suspension or even Cincinnati Ohio license revocation. As you can see, it's something we take very seriously - don't do it!

    Cincinnati Ohio Auto Insurance Financial Responsibility Laws

    Once you finally get your coveted Cincinnati Ohio Learner’s Permit or Cincinnati Ohio Provisional driver’s license, you’re ready to drive--or so you may think. Because accidents happen to even experienced drivers, Cincinnati Ohio drivers are required by law to be covered by liability insurance. The minimum liability insurance coverage is:

    • $12,500 bodily injury for one person
    • $7,500 for property damage per accident
    • $25,000 bodily injury two or more people

    It's no joke. If you are in an accident and found to be driving without Cincinnati Ohio mandatory liability insurance, your Cincinnati Ohio license could be suspended for 90 days to 2 years, and you may face Cincinnati Ohio license plate reinstatement fees, as well as other penalties.

    Cincinnati Ohio Cell Phone Laws

    We acknowledge how important it is for young people to stay in touch with friends, but studies show that cell phone use, especially text messaging, contributes to accidents. Currently, it is illegal for Cincinnati Ohio teen drivers to use cell phones while driving only in Brooklyn, North Olmstead, and Walton Hills. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't be careful elsewhere as well!

    Cincinnati Ohio Online Driver Education

    Cincinnati Ohio teen drivers are required to take an Cincinnati Ohio approved driver education course. You can find more information on approved Cincinnati Ohio online driver education courses at the Cincinnati Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles search page.

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  • 5
    The course was easy to navigate and had a lot of information to get me started on driving. Good system of quizzes, exams, and information.
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  • 5
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