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Online Training

Under Ohio law, a young driver must have a minimum of 24 hours of classroom instruction and 8 hours of behind-the-wheel instruction in driver training.

Students may take the 24 hours of education through an online program, but must complete behind-the-wheel training at a traditional driving school.

Online driver education providers go through a process that includes a review of security measures, written content and curriculum, and actual student experience to ensure minimum standards are met. Once a program achieves an acceptable rating in all areas of the review process, it is licensed as an Online Driver Education Program in Ohio.

Use our online tool to search for an Ohio-approved provider by type of school or county.