Juvenile Driver Improvement Programs
The Juvenile Driver Improvement Program or Juvenile Remedial is a six-hour course required by courts and Ohio BMV for teens who have received a second or third traffic conviction. The course discusses reasons to modify unsafe driving behaviors and decisions teens make as novice drivers.
Advanced Juvenile Driver Improvement Programs
State law provides juvenile traffic offenders an opportunity to take a state-approved advanced juvenile driver improvement program (AJDIP) and petition the judge at the sentencing hearing with their AJDIP certificate. AJDIP training provides a hands-on approach to performing emergency maneuvers due to inclement weather and crash avoidance for those not-so-ideal traffic situations.
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